A meander through the Aussie bush sounds like the perfect Sunday activity, but for a newbie walker, it can be hard to know where to begin.
Faced with hundreds of trails to choose from and hiking boots you’d have to re-mortgage your house to afford, we knew it was time to turn to an expert.
Whether he’s trekking in Nepal or bashing through the Blue Mountains bush, there’s not much about bushwalking that doesn’t capture Bruce Henderson’s imagination.
Armed with a Survival First Aid KIT, a love of nature and a hearty smile, we sat down with Bruce to get his hot tips for budding hikers.
Just 7 degrees north of the equator in the western Pacific Ocean, lays the beautiful island atoll of Yap.
Ringed by coral reefs, and home to manta rays and sharks, Yap is well known for its rich culture, spectacular dive sites, thatched huts and ancient stone money.
Sounds idyllic, doesn’t it?
But the people on the outer islands of Yap are on the front lines of climate change.