5 ways Alaskan Locals Fight Seasonal Depression

Everyone (living in the Northern hemisphere) has been subject to the winter blues at least once in their lives. Whether you were just bumped for a day that it was Read More

The Ultimate Guide to the Kenai Peninsula

If there is one peninsula you don’t want to miss out on in your life, it’s definitely the Kenai Peninsula. It is located in South central Alaska and extends approximately Read More

24 Hours in Homer

.Known as the “Halibut Fishing Capital of the World”, Homer is a charming town on Kachemak Bay overlooking the mountains and glaciers. Besides the fishing, it is famous for hiking, Read More

Subsistence Hunting in Alaska

For thousands of years, before the arrival of the Americans and the Russians, before the invention of currency, the natives of Alaska spent their days hunting and fishing as a Read More

10 Tips to Stay Safe in Bear Territory

In my recent trip to bear country (Alaska), I was taught the tips and tricks to prevent myself from ending up in a dangerous situation with a black or grizzly Read More


La Brisa Tranquila – Hostel Review

La Brisa Tranquila is a beach hostel on Costeño beach, a mostly unpopulated stretch of beach of approximately four kilometers long. It is located right next to the beautiful Tayrona Read More


5 Reasons why you MUST Stay at the Costeño Beach Hostel

It’s been almost a week and I’m still looking for the words to describe how incredible my stay at the Costeño Beach Hostel was. To give you an idea, I Read More


24 Hours in Anchorage

Anchorage is the biggest city in the entire state of Alaska. It is located in the southcentral region of Alaska and has a population of approximately 300,000 people. This may Read More


The Ultimate Guide to Wrangell-St Elias National Park

We woke up early in the morning in Fairbanks to start our journey to the east. Our destination? The Wrangell-St Elias National Park. Characterized by its remote location, glaciers and Read More

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24 Hours in Minneapolis

The Mississippi River flows silently through the city. On its way, it comes across a variety of creeks, wetlands and waterfalls. A group of people get off their bicycles to Read More