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Adventure is valuable. We love to explore the abandoned and obscure. We hope to inspire and help others to find their adventurous spirt, no matter where they are from. Humbled by the the generosity of the people of the world, experience is our true currency. This is how we Embrace the Wild.

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If your business in Accra doesn't already take you there, you should definitely visit Jamestown.  The hot, lively jumble of historical sites, markets, hotchpotch businesses, food stalls and life on the streets, is also known as old town Accra....

Just a 61 km spit from the equator, sits the smallest republic on Earth. As a completely isolated speck in the Pacific, on approach you wonder if pilots ever over-shoot Nauru....

After striking an uncharted rock while passing in the Sandfly Passage in the Solomon Islands the MS World Discoverer began to list badly. The Captain brought the ship into Roderick Bay to avoid sinking where it now rests abandoned....

Hidden amidst dense jungle lies Singapore’s largest private estate, Istana Woodneuk. A romantic imperial history, an imperative role in WWII as a field hospital and its unexplained decline into oblivion contribute to mystery surrounding this majestic house. Now crumbling and succumbing to the advancing jungle,...

Burma’s largest city, Yangon (also known as Rangoon) is on the move at an startling rate. The days of military rule remain in very recent memory but now tourist are aloud to visit the glittering gold pagodas and experience the street life of this interesting...

Perhaps the worlds most woefully constructed monument ever! This odd cubist monolith was built to commemorate 1300 years of Bulgaria but only lasted just four years from it’s official opening in 1981 before large marble plates covering the monument began to come away and crash...