Latest in Wander

  • J.C. Marie
    Published 3 years ago
    Me First

    Me First

    I have always loved travel, although I haven't done it nearly as much as I want to. In high school, I traveled to Italy and Greece and fell in love. The architecture was so beautiful, the culture so rich, and it was all around so different from America, a place I often felt lacked a strong cultural connection. This was the true beginning of my travel bug.
  • Lara Alice
    Published 3 years ago
    Weirdness Heaven

    Weirdness Heaven

    Autumn came and most trees around the big lake in Gaasperplas were covered in bright yellow leaves while others were as red as wine in the sun.
  • Gareth Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    Cafayate: A Travel Guide

    Cafayate: A Travel Guide

    Cafayate is the wine region in the Salta region — the north of Argentina.
  • Mountain Sage
    Published 3 years ago
    The Flow

    The Flow

    Once I was in the flow everything happened fast. I still remember rising early in the morning in Cairns and saying goodbye at a corner to Jen and then walking to the airport. A few hours later I was in Cairns and a couple days later I was looking at the Pacific Ocean en route to California and then Colorado. The wheels were turning for Japan though. I had applied for The JET Program from Australia. At that time though I had no clue what would happen. So often my life has plopped me right back down on Main Street in Aspen, Colorado and told me to be patient and start over and so there I was. The musical ringing from Australia hadn't subsided and soon I met up with an old friend and we formed a makeshift band. I got a regular gig for apre ski and met quite a few music connections. The glitter was still pouring out that year from Australia and everything was in movement.
  • Gareth Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    Queenstown: A Travel Guide

    Queenstown: A Travel Guide

    Winter isn’t a lot of fun unless you are properly equipped with some skis and a hip flask. It was only a short flight to Queenstown on the South Island of New Zealand but it felt like a world away from the dreariness of Sydney. Fresh deep snow, blue skies, and the streets teeming with attractive men in expensive winter wear.
  • Joanna White
    Published 3 years ago
    Top Ten Castles To Visit

    Top Ten Castles To Visit

    Where do you see yourself wanting to travel to on vacation? Perhaps you want to go to a nice hotel and resort, or visit different tourist attractions. Maybe you even want to go see Disneyworld, or travel to Hawaii. If you’re anything like me, then you might have a desire to visit a castle someday. Here are the ten best castles to travel to.
  • Gareth Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    Exploring the Costa Blanca

    Exploring the Costa Blanca

    The Costa Blanca is one of the iconic holiday destinations that Spain is famous for. Unfortunately it seems that the Costa Blanca is famous for many of the wrong reasons — over-developed conurbations, swarms of package-holiday tourists, and local cuisine being shunned by cafes and restaurants all intent on offering the all-too-familiar English Breakfast and Fish & Chips.
  • Tomás Brandão
    Published 3 years ago
    Solo Traveling Through Amsterdam

    Solo Traveling Through Amsterdam

    Recently I've had the pleasure and the chance to visit a unique and wonderful city, none other than the capital city of the Netherlands, Amsterdam.
  • Gareth Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    Salta: A Travel Guide

    Salta: A Travel Guide

    Salta is surrounded by mountains on all sides — it’s a beautiful city in a unique location.