Entries in trekking (6)

Wednesday
Nov182015

How To... Build A Shelter

If you’re caught in the wild for some time, building a shelter is a vital survival step—both for the physical safety a shelter offers, and the feeling of well-being and morale it can create. Exposure to the cold can cause fatal hypothermia, but it can also cause excessive weakness and fatigue that can reduce the desire to survive.

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Thursday
Oct302014

Halloween Horror Stories

In the run up to the creepiest, scariest and most ghoulish day on the calendar, Frontier brings you 5 spooky stories to rattle your bones!

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Monday
Oct202014

Animal spirits: Your ticket straight to wonderland

According to Native American beliefs, human beings have 9 animal spirits, also called animal guides, to follow you throughout your life. Some of these come in and out of our lives, while others will stay beside you for your entire lifetime.

 

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Thursday
Oct162014

A Frontier Guide to Dining Abroad

You’re in a strange foreign country, you’re hungry, and there’s not a burger van in sight. What do you do? Well luckily for you, we’ve got the answer.

 

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Wednesday
Oct012014

Into the Wild Meets: Jill Inman

When the travel bug bites, it’s hard not to scratch the itch. Today, Into the Wild blog meets Jill Inman, creator of iquitmyjobtotravel.com who decided to leave it all behind and travel.

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Wednesday
Oct012014

Responsible and Sustainable Tourism: How to Travel Conscientiously

Being both a sustainable and responsible tourist is something any would-be traveller should consider, and is most certainly important to the future of our planet.

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