Julia Reynolds is a travel writer, adventure enthusiast, and serial nomad living (mostly) in the Hawaiian islands. She is currently on a one-year trip around the world, avoiding air travel when possible and traveling slowly over land and sea. Some of her best travel experiences to date have been kayaking the Napali Coast of Kaua'i, diving the isolated atolls of Belize, and rock climbing in the Krabi region of Thailand. Her worst travel experiences have been getting robbed in Guatemala, breaking her back in Thailand, and breaking multiple bones in a mountain bike accident in Alaska. She still loves the places where the worst experiences occurred.
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A Wayward Weekend in Hobart
Hobart is nestled in the vineyard-etched foothills of Kunanyi (Mt. Wellington) and adjacent to the lush farmland of the Huon and Derwent Valleys. It seems only natural that a city like Hobart would be at the forefront of the slow food and sustainability movement in Australia. See Hobart with this 48 hour, socially-conscious travel guide.