Into The Wild

Making the Connection: Bonding with Wolves in California

I stand outside the fence and take a few deep breaths, trying to remember everything I have been told to prepare myself for what I am about to encounter. Once I enter, I must drop down low…

Survival in the Serengeti

It gets dark quickly in eastern Africa, as if a great vacuum cleaner is draining the sky of light. The acacia trees of the southern Serengeti become gently swaying silhouettes against an…

The Magnetism of Fiordland

Fiordland is a magnet to me: profoundly nurturing of the restless spirit and deeply satisfying to the eye. So much so, that I find myself drawn back time and again to drink in the majesty of…

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

As wide as all the world, great, high, and unbelievably white in the sun…” ERNEST HEMINGWAY, ‘THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO’ Just below Stella Point, the first of Mount…

Island of the Fire Gods

It’s one thing to drink organic single origin tea from some far-off land. But it’s another to drink the brew of freshly plucked leaves, only feet from the plantation in which they grew.…

Going Walkabout in Sydney’s Blue Mountains

The term 'walkabout' is synonymous with Australia in many travellers' imaginations. It's not surprising, then, to find a proliferation of activities identifying themselves as such, from…

Climbing Fox Glacier

Crampons? Check. Yes, crampons. I have never actually seen or held crampons before. Until now, they were just something that explorers and climbers on television wore: metal traction devices…

William Trubridge — Breath of Life

William Trubridge is only too conscious each time he completes his pre-dive routine that this could be his last breath. After all, what other sport so overtly challenges the very existence…

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