Guest Adventures

Our Mission: To inspire people to embrace their fears and turn their dreams into reality. (We’ve been featuring adventurers since 1999, before “blog” was even a word.) To contribute your inspirational story contact us.

India Enters the Pollution Age

by Hasnain Ziuaddin Indian Correspondent I am a 14-year-old kid with an interest in writing articles about present lifestyles. I also have a vast imagination.

Throwing Stones to Save the World

Several years ago, Mikkel Aaland on a quest for peace, placed Shinto stones in South Africa, the Philippines, and Germany. Shortly thereafter, South African apartheid came to an end, President Marcos left the Philippines and the Berlin Wall came crumbling down.

Move over ClubMed – here comes ClubMir

TO THE STARS! Although some consider it more “Motel 6” than “ClubMed,” the Mir space station is being resurrected and transformed into the first tourist

For the Love of Travel

Traveling around the world for tens years after college left her with an enormous craving for more adventure. “Once you start it’s hard to stop,” Janine explains.

Meet Goran Kropp

Pictures courtesy of Göran Kropp There is an update on Scott’s friendship with Göran in his new book Falling Uphill. You can also read the

Welcome to my space tourism column!

TO THE STARS! Space has always been the domain of astronauts, rocket scientists, and assorted “experts” who have the “Right Stuff.” NASA has guarded the

Antarctica Photo Pictorial

Editor’s Note: These photographs may look old-fashioned now, but when we first started posting photos most images were scanned in from film negatives, and the

Dinosaurs in Antarctica

Vilmar’s adventures in Antarctica continue with this four-part installment of his vivid journals. Dinosaurs in Antarctica A River Runs Through It (PART II) Shakespeare Comes

Argentine Tango

Argentine Tango: An Emotion that turns into Dance.

Encountering Your Soul in Antarctica

“Where would you go to find the answers to life’s deepest questions? Is there a God? Why am I here? Is there life after death?” For seventy-six year old Professor Graham Collier, the answers were found in Antarctica.

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