Taking off in T-0 seconds: The (new) Adventurist

The (new) Adventurist takes off3-2-1-lift off! 

It’s all new and it’s all for you!

So you may have noticed a few changes to our eNews this month… Ok it’s a whole new eNews and we’re so excited to share it with you!

In the works for some time, it’s such a thrill to finally hit the send button on ‘The (new) Adventurist’.

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How hiking heals by Sarah Wilson

How hiking heals by Sarah WilsonHiking is my default travel raison d’etre.

When you travel solo, you have to create an ultimate purpose.

Couples and groups of friends have shared experiences and the very process of negotiating and compromising becomes a motivating and guiding raison d’etre in and of itself. It creates boundaries.

When you’re on your own you can literally do whatever you want. So you have to reign things in and create a framework of purpose. It needs to be a framework that can stand up to the loneliness of moments, and the most angst-ridden existential meltdowns. Hiking does this. It also does more. As I say, it tames and heals any dis-ease, whether it be illness, angst, pain, longing, frustration or imbalance. Here’s how…

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Five rules for eating in a foreign country

Five rules for eating in a foreign countryWhether you’re from Sydney or Sorrento, Brisbane or Broome, chances are if you are travelling domestically within Australia, you will be able to find a great meal in a great location for a suitable price.

Throw in a foreign language and an unfamiliar city however, and you’re immediately at risk of a rumbling tum (a travelling foodie’s worst nightmare).

So how do you find a truly memorable meal while travelling? Check out our top five tips…

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