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There are some things that only experience can give you. Travel stories are one of the best souvenirs that travelers collect from around the world, and can be traded like currency in the right social circles. The experiences we have and how they shape who we are going forward is one of the most important reasons to travel. The places you travel to become a part of you

We wanted to share some of our favourite, collected in one place for your viewing enjoyment. This section is dedicated to some of the articles we have written for Travel Around the Galaxy, as well as a few guest posts that have featured on the websites of others. We hope that our love of travel comes across in these stories, as our number one goal is to motivate other people to explore the world, finding their own adventures.

Featured Short Stories:

canadian rockies

Wow! What an incredible two weeks! We just got back from our adventure around British Columbia and Alberta, where we explored the spectacular scenery of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. We drove through 5 different National Parks (Banff, Jasper, Yoho, Glacier, and Mount Revelstoke) and countless provincial parks, covering almost 2700-km in only 9-days. With each twist and turn of the highway, our travels through the mountains unveiled new spectacular views for us to admire.We had planned our trip for early October for two reasons. The first was a wedding – not ours – that we had been invited to in Revelstoke. Since we were going to be driving all that distance we may as well add on an extra couple days to visit Jasper and Banff National Parks before heading to the wedding, right? Seemed like a good idea… continue reading

Salkantay Trek

When we decided to start planning our trip to South America, the number one goal we set our sights on was a visit to Machu Picchu. Located in the jungles of Peru, this Inca Ruins was re-discovered in 1911 and has been a place of pilgrimage for all types of travelers ever since. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and was recently named as one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. There are several ways to get to Machu Picchu. The easiest way is to take a train direct from Cusco to Aguas Calientes, spend a night in “Machu Picchu Pueblo”, wake up early the next morning to see the ruins and take the train back to Cusco… continue reading

Travel Stories (2001-present)

  • The World’s Most Dangerous Road (2017) – Coming soon
  • Driving Across the Sahara Desert (2008) – Coming soon

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Articles featured in other Publications

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Guest Posts

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