What Travel Can Offer

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OK, I’ll admit it. I’m hooked on travel. I think it’s awesome. There is just something about heading to new places that excites my soul and gets me giddy every time I start packing my […]

Desert Bound: A Meeting With Peyote

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With the sun overhead Pedro exhales a lungful of smoke, passes the pipe on, and goes back to checking the group’s food supplies in his bag. “I’m so high” Molly says amused as she gazes around […]

My Continental Cycle Trip: Living With Eyes Open

This is the latest guest post by friend and adventure cyclist Kieron Ramsay. Last year he quit his job and got on a bicycle, setting off on a life-changing journey that would see him camping his way […]

User’s Guide: Taking San Pedro in Peru

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My experience of drinking San Pedro in the Sacred Valley was an incredibly powerful, humbling and beautiful experience. I would seriously recommend it to anyone inclined to such experiences. It was a highlight of months of travel in […]

The Ultimate Stoner’s Destination: Amsterdam vs. Colorado

Stoner? Planning a vacation? Have no fear, guest writer ‘The Hemperor’ has you covered with the info on these two pothead-friendly destinations… As a consummate consumer of cannabis for over 10 years, I’ve had my fair […]

Uruguay & Legal Weed – A Stoned Traveller’s Paradise?

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December 10th 2013. This was the date that the tiny South American nation of Uruguay broke new ground and became the first country in the world to (re) legalize marijuana. Jose Mujica, the leftist now […]

1 Year Travelling Latin America: Inspiration From The Road

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Exactly one year ago to the day, I arrived in Rio De Janeiro to begin my exploration of the Americas. One year on, I’m still travelling, writing this as I sit sipping my morning coffee […]

My Continental Cycle Trip: Making It Happen

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This is a guest post by friend and adventure cyclist Kieron Ramsay. Last year he quit his job and got on a bicycle, setting off on a life-changing journey that would see him camping his way […]

My Continental Cycle Trip: Why I Left Everything Behind For The Open Road

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This is a guest post by adventure cyclist and good friend Kieron Ramsay. Last year he quit his job, got on a bicycle and left the country, setting off on a journey that would see him […]

How Living Abroad Taught Me About The Country I Left

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When I left the UK in 2012 to go and live and work as an expat in Shanghai I obviously expected to learn a bit about China and its culture, but what I didn’t foresee from […]