I’ve always had a thing for second cities—or, as I prefer to call them, “underdog” cities. This is as much because people don’t give them a fair shake as it is because of how cool they tend to become while most of the world’s sights are set elsewhere.
I have a more longstanding connection with Australia than most Americans. My second-grade teacher Mrs. Fraley, you see, was somewhat obsessed with the country—I had the words to “Waltzing Matilda” memorized before my eighth birthday, to say nothing of all the other random trivia I ended up learning in her classroom that year.
If you’ve ever been hiking, you know that the scenery makes for 90% of the experience! The most amazing part in hiking is that, regardless of the fact that you plan to hike for days or you simply go on a short one-day trip, you are surely going to come across some...
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