I suffer from a burning desire to travel; I have ever since I moved to the USA in 2001 for University. It’s often referenced as ‘Wanderlust’, however for some of us, it’s more than that. The experience, the challenge, the feelings, all have become very integral to who I am as a person. As such I have now visited a staggering 33.3% of the world’s countries, and I have no intention in stopping. … More Surpassing Wanderlust
An interesting daily-post photo challenge this week of – Bridge
Most countries around the world have an example of a bridge within their borders. Some are modern, some are beautifully decorated and some even define architectural brilliance. … More The Great Wall Bridge
It’s that time of year again!
Yes, its time for the biggest music festival in the world – Glastonbury.
A few years back I was lucky enough to experience one of the most iconic musical events in the world – Glastonbury. The achievement of obtaining tickets alone was a thrill, as over 2 million people attempt every year. … More Glastonbury Festival
I know it’s a naive question but sometimes we wonder – why can’t we all get along?
There is so much hatred, greed, envy and intolerance in the world, it sometimes feels as if we are doomed to fail as a species.
Then we look back at our Wandering Memories, where we shared adventures with a host of strangers, from all types of backgrounds, cultures and religions. … More United we stand
A Wandering Memory is specifically focused and purposely designed to help and inspire those who wish to travel. Travel to us is part of our very being, we love to explore, learn and create memories throughout the globe. As a traveler we have an ethic of sharing, if it’s sharing a night out, a meal, car journey or sharing our experience, our insight and our inspiration. … More The Truth behind Backpacking
Christmas is coming and there is no where like New York City to find a real Wandering Memory festive experiences.
At the top of this Christmas extravaganza is the quiet suburb of Dyker Heights in far Brooklyn, a good hour away from the glitz and glamour of the city. Every year this quiet suburb comes to life with some of the most incredible, slightly outlandish Christmas light displays we have ever witnessed. … More A Christmas Treat – Dyker Heights
There is nothing like experiencing the natural world first hand. Marveling at landscapes, the beauty and the splendor is one thing but getting a close up with it is something else.
One aspect that has always captured our imagination is the ancient ice fields otherwise known as glaciers. The sheer size and age of many of these giants is beyond comprehension. They shape the valleys, gorges and passes – essentially they are the architects of beauty. … More Architects of Beauty
I wrote a blog piece last week when I was frustrated and unfortunately today we received some less than pleasing news that we wasn’t expecting. I am not angry regarding it, just a little disappointed, and again I need to use the perspective piece. … More Perspective – the Bigger Picture.
Following on from this weeks Bucketlist series (part 1/part 2/part 3) and in celebration of A Wandering Memory reaching its 1st year anniversary, here is the final post of the series. … More Experience Bucketlist – Finale
Following on from A Wandering Memories Bucketlist series (part 1/part 2) over this week and in celebration of us reaching our 1st year anniversary, here is part three of A Wandering Memory’s experience Bucketlist.
Walking with the Emperor Penguins
An international flight to Buenos Aires, followed by an internal flight, boat ride or coach journey to Ushuaia. … More Experience Bucketlist – part 3