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Viking Couchsurfer - Story of the man who's hosted over 500 people in his house
Natalia Ahmed March 15, 2020

Viking Couchsurfer - Story of the man who's hosted over 500 people in his house

Couchsurfing stands to be the ultimate way to travel cheaply and start new friendships…

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Around The World On A Vespa - Markus André Mayer
Natalia Ahmed March 7, 2020

Around The World On A Vespa - Markus André Mayer

Unique travellers are taking the world by storm, with innovative ways of scouring the…

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Learning to live in the wildernerness with Miriam Lancewood
Mohamed Nawaz Muallim February 25, 2020

Learning to live in the wildernerness with Miriam Lancewood

Edited and Written by Natalia Nazeem based on conversation with Miriam Lancewood during her…

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Around the world on two wheels - Fredrika Ek's solo bike journey
Natalia Ahmed February 16, 2020

Around the world on two wheels - Fredrika Ek's solo bike journey

The year has begun on an unstable note, with natural disasters or geopolitical tensions…

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Thor is challenging convention visiting every country in the world by land
Natalia Ahmed February 14, 2020

Thor is challenging convention visiting every country in the world by land

Torbjørn C. Pedersen is on a journey to address environmental concerns, showing round-the-world trips…

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Ever wondered why there is a tiny bordered land within UAE? The story of Madha, Oman
Mohamed Nawaz Muallim February 11, 2020

Ever wondered why there is a tiny bordered land within UAE? The story of Madha, Oman

Madha is in Oman and bordered inside UAE. Yes, you read it right. Let…

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Travel With a Twist - Story of The Game Show Where Next
Natalia Ahmed February 1, 2020

Travel With a Twist - Story of The Game Show Where Next

For most, the idea of traveling or going on a trip involves a) a…

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"Why I left" - The story of a Midwest American who explored the unsafe world
Nathan Lieberman January 25, 2020

"Why I left" - The story of a Midwest American who explored the unsafe world

Hi! I’m Nate, and I’m from one of those forgotten states in the middle…

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How Shosho Chang is Bridging the Cultural Gap by Cycling the World
Trift November 18, 2019

How Shosho Chang is Bridging the Cultural Gap by Cycling the World

Shosho Chang, a YouTuber, traveller, photographer, a storyteller is cycling around continents, leaving some well-paid jobs to explore the world and eliminate the prevailing cultural differences.

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Cycling from Europe to Asia for differently-abled children - Nón lá Project
Paridhi Joshi October 17, 2019

Cycling from Europe to Asia for differently-abled children - Nón lá Project

Here’s a couple who decided to cycle from Europe to Asia, 16,000 km to raise funds for differently-abled children, supporting the NGO “Poussieres de Vie”. This NGO helps young kids from poor families to get education and skills, and have jobs when they are old and capable enough.

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Tom Fremantle, the man walking around the world for a cause
Mohamed Nawaz Muallim August 27, 2019

Tom Fremantle, the man walking around the world for a cause

Meet Tom Fremantle, an author, and adventurer from England, who, now in his early 50s, decided he wanted to walk around the world. Tom has now covered over 4,300 miles of his world walk but still has a long way to go. To complete an official world walk in accordance with the rules laid down by the World Runners (and Walkers) Association, Tom needs to cover over 26,230 kilometres (more than 16,300 miles). This would be equal to covering at least four continents coast to coast, every step of the way.

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