Posts tagged travel stories
Fighting pain with adventure. An interview with Olivia.

Standing on the beach with the sun shining and the wind blowing her hair across her face. We catch up with Olivia. She is out of breath and dripping sea water, but grinning from ear to ear. The typical scene after a kite-surfing session at Rosebud beach, Melbourne, Australia. At first glance you might think that this is a kite-surfer who has always been gifted at the sport. A natural from her first time on the water. That couldn't be further from the truth. Olivia tells us her story about how she comes to be standing here, glowing.

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Travel Slow

Slow travel is an offshoot of the slow food movement, which began in Italy in the 1980s as a protest against the opening of a McDonald’s in Rome. The slow food movement aims to preserve regional cuisine, local farming, communal meals and traditional food preparation methods. This cultural initiative has since burgeoned into a whole way of life known as the Slow Movement, which emphasizes connection — connection to food, connection to families and, in the case of travel, connection to local peoples and cultures. Lexi Connors headed to Europe to commence her 800km walk along the Camino de Santiago route. Read about her adventure on the blog

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How to go wild camping with a baby (even in winter)

Amy Molloy reveals her latest on camping with a little one.

Keen to take your bub out for a few nights in the wild? But not sure how? Worried about their comfort? What should you pack? How will you do it? Amy Molloy has you covered. Read more about her advice on camping with a little one (even in winter) in this article. Get out there!

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