Across the borders, into the bush and over the slopes lie some of the world’s most unique surroundings. We’re living in the Information Age, rooted in the knowing of things — but what about those places that don’t quite fall into that neat column? In truth, the fact that they require a little more effort to reach seems to only deepen their allure. From stumbled-upon paths to entirely untouched vistas, we want this week’s conversation to stretch beyond what we know, to talk about those in-between places that get us buzzing — the wild, whatever that means to each of us.
This week join us, @_CarlosLZ, @InsaTrav, @georgeBTurner, @_bensalt and the Passion Passport community on Wednesday the 17th of January at 2:30 – 3:30pm EST to chat ‘Into The Wild’! Make sure to tag us in your tweets with #PassionPassport.
If you are unavailable during the chat time but would still like to participate, feel free to schedule your tweets according to the times listed below:
Q1 – 2:30pm EST
Welcome to the chat! What does “the wild” mean to you in relation to travel? Illustrate it with a photo if you can!
Q2 – 2:35pm EST
Share a photo from a standout moment in the wild. Where were you? What made it so special?
Q3 – 2:45pm EST
With the wild comes wildlife! What’s been your most exciting sighting, and where? Share a photo if you can!
Q4 – 2:50pm EST
Tell us about a moment you went off-path or found somewhere special accidentally. How did it happen?
Q5 – 3:00pm EST
Survival needs aside, what three things would you take on a venture into the wild?
Q6 – 3:05pm EST
The wild is one of the most fabled themes in literature, film, etc. What artistic work gets you in the mood to go exploring?
Q7 – 3:10pm EST
Would you rather experience the wild alone or with a friend? Why? (Tag them, if you can!)
Q8 – 3:20 pm EST
What “wild” place would you like to explore next? Or, can you share a story that encapsulates it from another traveler?
Body image Alexandre Godreau / Header image by Jeremy Bishop.