Tosari — Yes, I know it’s a bit of an arty title, but then again, it’s a bit of an arty shot! This is actually a rarely taken scene from a hugely popular location - Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park in Indonesia, containing Mount Bromo, a currently active volcano. Sometimes, where there is a violent volcanic eruption, the ground left can collapse, leaving a massive crater knows as a caldera. In this part...
Kolmanskop — This is a location that I’ve seen many times and been wanting to go to for years. This particular scene has always captured my attention and I just had to photograph it for myself. This is the amazin...
New york — I open to the content page for this year’s The Best American Travel Writing. Amanda Lindhout’s story on being kidnapped in Mogadishu for 460 Days caught my eye. That story was my bedtime reading a few...
Every city has their ups and downs. The longer you visit, the more downs you start to notice.
We're so excited to launch Toured, a marketplace for people to list, discover and book adventures from around the world.
I have been here for a bit over two weeks, it's gorgeous, but I have yet to find my niche.
There is a piece of me that thrives here and can survive no where else.
The world is so vast, and sometimes it makes me feel insignificant. But sometimes, I feel limitless.
The tunnel seemed endless, with a simple lantern on the wall every mile or so. Danielle didn't care at all.
Like the night sky, we're full of mysteries with our curious eyes. Possessing the elegance of a blooming rose, in a field of ungracious souls. We are pearls of an extraordinary paradise, though most of us are blinded by the unearthly cries. I write of such matter, in the deepest state of poetry. Such a graceful art, that's written cursively across my heart. In a paralyzation of beauty, this earth inevitably stuns me. Leaving each flower to grow, in a cardiac arrest of a fanciful field of the unknown. Each day is an adventure, grasp the exhilaration resting gracefully at your awaiting.
Its weird, we don't know what to expect. First we ran, now we walk, next thing you know, we sit.
The Great Smokies
I knew it was dangerous, and risky, and faulty, and unfair-- I still climbed up there.
People from the Queen City of the South always Smile for they believed, Problems always have solution.
When In Thailand: How Many Types of Thai Noodles are There? Pt 1: Small
The Eating Adventure: Bangkok Edition - Duck Noodles in Bang Sue
It's harder to leave behind the mountains than it is to get out of bed in the morning.
Poetry saves me, When I'm falling so hard; When I am lost at sea, It reels me in; Though I'm hurting, It reminds me I'll heal within; I'am a diamond in cognito, Buffering my flaws; Though the crevasses run deeper, I give it my all; They think they see through me, But look again; Look even harder, You won't know where to begin; I'm just a girl, who's learned to concur sins;
Now, Next Week, the Week After and Sometime in the Future. Writing a will and I'm only 36.
Biting my tongue to stay awake, peering out into the abyss to scout for other boats. There is nothing to see; nobody goes here.
One Fine Day In August
Becoming Local. Learning to ride a motorcycle in Hanoi.
Dolphins jumping out of the fog
The other day when I was on a boat to a village on Lamma Island.
How did Romeo and Juliet...KNOW?!
I hiked some seven-eight miles. It was misty and cold. I was alone. I was free.
Always make time for adventure.
"On one of those gold mornings which April borrows from June, I set out alone in search of new adventures."- H. V. Morton, The Call of England
The road is calling....mayhem is coming. 3500km across India in a rickshaw.
After days in thick fog, we caught our first glimpse of the distance, the mountains and possibility of adventure.
Not the top of the world, but the closest I've been for a while.
The night before a new adventure begins, filled with anticipation and excitement. Hopeful. Nervous. Ready.
Hey, hi, hello! Greetings from a rooftop in the enchanting city of Zurich in which I had a 15-hour layover.
The Waterfall of Light
The Eating Adventure: Bangkok Edition – Thai River Prawns
When In Thailand: How Many Types of Thai Noodles are There? Pt 2: Medium
Some spur of the moment shots end up working out just fine.
The Eating Adventure: Bangkok Edition – The Golden Basket