Shannon Wolf

Shannon Wolf

Born in Toronto, Canada, Shannon Wolf has lived and worked around the globe as a freelance writer and photographer. Over the years her work has been featured and published both in print and online in various publications. Shannon has travelled over 40+ countries on 4 continents in the last 3 years and is an avid food lover and adventurer with an open itinerary and no intent of stopping.

Ha Giang Loop in Vietnam by Motorcycle
Discover Vietnam's Ha Giang Loop by Motorcycle There is no better feeling in the world than to be on a motorbike in a foreign land with your hair blowing in the wind as your eyes widen in amazement around each bend. Driving Vietnams tourist-trail from Hanoi to Saigon is a…
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Raddest Thailand Festivals
Where and When are the Best Thailand Festivals If you ask us why you need to add Thailand's raddest festivals to your bucket list  – We could go on for hours listing all the ways. From the music, the ambiance, the food to the weather; landscape to it’s rich culture…
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What to Do In Pai Thailand As you hitchhike along highway 107 followed by the 1905 – Chiang Mai’s busy city is replaced by lush hillsides and fresh mountain air as the sun warms your skin in the back of a pickup truck on your way to Pai Thailand. Although…
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Things To Do In Hiroshima, Japan
One of the best parts about travelling is reuniting with old friends and during our time in beautiful Japan; Victor and I hitchhiked all the way to Hiroshima to reunite with my good friend Phil I had met the year prior in Thailand. Although Hiroshima is a somewhat sleepy town…
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Things To Do In Chiang Mai view of the city
Chiang Mai is the second largest city in Thailand and renowned for its mouthwatering and flavorful northern Thai dishes – most of which are vegetarian and vegan friendly! Furthermore, it’s a city rich of culture, fantastic nightlife and breathtaking landscapes only minutes out of the old town. After living in…
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Things to do in Kyoto, visit the bamboo forest
If you’ve ever watched the film “Memoirs of a Geisha”, you can understand our fixation with Kyoto, Japan: Imagine being taken back in time to experience Japan as it once was – a time of honored traditions; sitting amongst elegant and porcelain faced Geishas in dim lit teahouses along the…
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Things to do in Osaka explore the alleyways
Things To Do In Osaka: where to go and what to do in the city Osaka is essentially the chilled out version of Tokyo, Japan and if you love a mix of new and old with an unlimited supply of tantalizing cuisine, the raddest museums you’ve ever experienced and a…
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What to do and where to go in Hokkaido, Japan Given that my friend Victor and I are massive foodies, it's no surprise that we hitchhiked 1246km in two days from Tokyo in order to reach the promise land of Hokkaido known to be some of the best seafood, dairy…
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best bars in Tokyo
What to know and where to go for the best bars in Tokyo Japanese culture may be thought of as timid but when the day transforms into night; the ties get loose, the bars become packed and they sure know how to party. In a city as big as Tokyo, Japan,…
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