Of all the exotic vegetables that Taiwan offers, my favorite is a mountain green called shanshu. It’s also known as the South Pacific Bird’s Nest Fern.
A photo essay of Lake Louise from My Several Worlds. A blue-green alpine lake situated at the base of glacier dressed peaks, Lake Louise is one of the world’s must-see destinations.
A travel tale of our journey from Tbilisi to the tiny mountain village of Kazbegi in the Caucasus Mountains, just a short 10km away from the Russian border.
Sa Ryang Do Island is known to have some of the best hiking in South Korea. The hike provides beautiful ocean views and a stunning landscape.
This guest post was written by Stephanie Long, an American expat with a passion for hiking in Taiwan. This is a first-hand account about hiking Snow Mountain, the second tallest mountain in Taiwan.
Day 2 of our travel journal in Smithers, British Columbia had us scaling heights at local attraction, Twin Falls. We ended the day catching up with some of my nearest and dearest lady friends.
Guest author Ava Apollo lists her top five Taiwan tourist attractions that travelers shouldn’t miss when they visit this pretty little ilha formosa in the Western Pacific Ocean.
Travel blog update of our road trip to Smithers, BC.
The Formosa Adventurers’ final video from their four day trip for Taiwan’s Best Trip has finally been posted and their journey is at an end. Day 4 was a long, wet, rainy day, but the guys came through it like champs.
Photo and Commentary by Craig Swanson. The Root Glacier is a short two mile hike from Kennecott, Alaska and one of the most accessible and active glaciers in Alaska. It’s surface is dotted with deep blue pools, canyon-like corridors, and meandering mini-streams that often spill into deep vertical shafts that seem to go straight through […]