An excerpt from James McLaren’s new book “Chasing Lines: My World Record Pursuit Cycling Unsupported Across Europe…”
Although synonymous with Africa, safaris don’t necessarily mean big cats and the Big Five. Instead, you can visit safaris in the most unlikely of countries.
Mark looks back at his travels and adventures from 2013, including visits to India, Nepal, Thailand, Tanzania, and Ethiopia.
Attempting to climb Mount Kinabalu, a 4,000-meter peak on the island of Borneo.
Several skydiving operators in Las Vegas specialize in first-time jumpers.
Soon the Orangutan crew settled down, watching us as we watched them.
It’s important to use whatever it takes to visualize your strengths.
The edge of the interior crater lake of Mount Taal was smoldering with sulfur. Click to learn more about the world’s smallest volcano, which is found in The Philippines.
Jagged limestone cliffs and clear Andaman seas make Krabi an inspiring destination in Thailand.