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Dan Sadgrove

Dan Sadgrove is from New Zealand and is currently on the road travelling. With a background in anthropology and ethnomusicology, he has a strong interest in different cultures and often travels to places that offer a unique slice of life unlike his own experience of growing up in suburban New Zealand.
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Truly Off the Grid: Living on a Ranch in Argentina’s Patagonia Region

The first time I’d ever gotten on a horse was when I arrived at an outpost on the way into Estancia Ranquilco, a 100,000 acre ranch in North Patagonia and nestled in the Andean...

Our Public Lands

For weeks I have been trying to summarize my adventures in the U.S. in one encompassing story. To find one perfect day that represents the rest. But, I find that no story can capture...

The Wonders of Jordan

I didn't know a thing about Jordan when I stepped off the plane. My friend had organized our trip, and wanting to go into the country with fresh eyes, I ignored all of his emails...

Simeulue, Indonesia

It was when I was 15 feet above a river inlet, balancing nervously on a primitive foot bridge consisting of 3 thick bamboo poles loosely tied together, that I knew this was the Indonesia...

Seeking Adventure on Two Wheels in Vietnam

“One of the advantages of being disorganized is that one is always having surprising discoveries.” (A.A. Milne) I was purposely unprepared when I undertook a four-day motorbike trip from Ha Giang into the mountains in...

6,000 Miles Through 12 National Parks

Inspired by the jaw-dropping beauty of Yosemite National Park, Dan Sadgrove set off on a road trip around the United States to discover the diversity of the country's landscapes. Here, he describes what he witnessed,...

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Dan Sadgrove is not a novice traveler - he's been to Indonesia and Jordan, among many other of the world's beautiful places. He is, however, a novice trekker; not one for big mountain climbs....


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