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High Definition Video: Trans-Iceland Expedition

A newly-released video of an attempt to cross Iceland, from coast to coast, travelling only by foot and inflatable packraft.

Beautiful scenery and raging whitewater rivers, all in stunning High Definition.

The video is accompanied by blog entries and photography from the expedition.

G´Day Mate and Other Aussie Stereotypes

Australians are known for their ‘No worries’ attitude, and that is definitely true. But over the course of my travels, there are many things that people think about Australia (or Australians) that are blatantly false. Check out this cracker post that we wrote for ThePlanetD.

Reiki 101 – My Lesson In Universal Healing Energy

I decided to enroll myself in a level one Reiki course in Rishikesh, India.  I had an amazing experience and have continued to use Reiki to heal myself and others throughout my journey around the world.  Click here to read more about my experience with Reiki.

The Long 6,500km Walk to Freedom

All the way from a Siberian prison camp to India for freedom (6,500 kilometers, approx. 4,000 miles). A trek through frozen forests, over mountains and across deserts on a journey that took 11 months. The book, The Long Walk, turned into an international best seller. In January 2011 Hollywood will release a film based on the story.

Exposed Bones: Cafayate, Quebradas, and Kindness

In the mountains south of Salta, Argentina lie the sandy vineyards of Cafayate. Follow Traveling Savage as an impromptu day trip turns becomes an exposition on the powerful and welcome kindness of strangers, and a matter of life and death.

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