If you like adventures – and if you’re reading this it’s likely you do – then The Adventure Handbook could be your next favourite place to stop before going out on one. It's run by a self-confessed “bunch of neurotic kids going places” who document their journeys, or seek out people who have been on interesting ones.
It's full of honest words and top-notch photography about riding the rails hobo style in Canada, reflecting on the intersection between wanderlust and photography, capturing stunning photography of the Australian outback – documenting the reality instead of the myth, which ends up being kind of mythic anyway – or simply providing some handy recipes made for cooking rough with a Weber.
It’s a no nonsense operation, the kind of thing to give a person an uncomfortable itch on the bottom of their feet. Founder Luke Byrne puts it best when he says that they’re “just a bunch of people who like stories. Whether it’s going down the street to get a carton of milk or conquering Everest”. So whether you're running out for two litres of low fat or running up nine kilometres of mountain, The Adventure Handbook has you covered.