If you're heading south from Perth and wondering how far east to go... the answer is Esperance, or more specifically Cape Le Grand National Park and its breathtakingly beautiful coastline. Rolling hills, white sand, turquoise surf and kangaroos, what more could you want?
When I first arrived in the town of San Juan del Sur it didn't seem like anything special, but as soon as I saw the beach, or rather the view from it, it left me speechless. The crescent beach is lined with palm trees, the bay full of calm, cold water and fishing boats, with... Continue Reading →
Diving around Playa del Carmen We chose to dive with the highly recommended Scuba 10. The crew was rad; Gerardo hooked us up in the shop, Irene taught the Open Water while I tagged along on a refresher dive and Chino took us deep into the cenotes (sinkholes and underwater cave systems). A standard two-tank... Continue Reading →
Before You Go There are two very important things you need to know about this hike. You will need a car to drive you 45 minutes south of Whistler, up the dusty and potholed 8km access road to Callaghan Lake (which means you can camp in style), and you will need a boat to cross... Continue Reading →
Before You Go The best time of year to hike to any of these places is between July and October due to the amount of snow that builds up over winter. You will need a decent pair of shoes and an extra layer for when you reach the top as it can be very cold... Continue Reading →
Whistler is a world-famous resort just north of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. The pedestrian village has won plenty of awards and Whistler was host to the 2010 Winter Olympics. It's the largest ski resort in North America and was my home for two incredible years. The main reason people come to Whistler is for... Continue Reading →
74 mostly uninhabited islands make up the Whitsundays. Pristine white beaches and dense jungle are ready to be explored, you can charter your own boat for your island hopping experience or pay to go on one of the overnight tours available. A huge group of us sailed aboard the SV Whitehaven for three days and... Continue Reading →