Boryeong Mud Festival 2019, South Korea
At the Boryeong Mud Festival in South Korea, everything revolves around one and one thing only: mud. During 10 days the beach of Boryeong transforms itself into a mud heaven with bouncy castles, slides, football fields and even inflatable prisons all filled with nothing but mud, turning this event into one of South Korea’s most popular happenings. Combined with live music and DJ concerts, this is the place to get down and dirty Gangnam style.
Roatan Honduras and Banana Republics
Continuing his Central America travel adventure, Mark Bibby Jackson ventures to Roatan Honduras for adventures with dolphins and reminders of banana republics before returning to the wild Pacific in El…
Central America Travel: Pupusas and Garifuna Beat
Mark Bibby Jackson discovers a wealth of culture and history during his Central America travel through El Salvador and Honduras. Momentarily disregarding my middle-aged spread, I emerge from the turquoise…
Lord Howe Island; Australia’s Paradise Found
Set in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand UNESCO-listed Lord Howe Island truly is an island paradise a short flight from Sydney. Excellent diving, walking and biking awaits…
13 Unusual Fitness Experiences from around the World
From goat yoga and ice climbing, to swimming with sharks and samurai training, mix up your regular exercise routine with one of these unusual fitness experiences from around the world….