Thirsty for Adventure? Blogging In The World’s Most Dangerous Places

What do Moby Dick, The Hobbit, and The Odyssey have in common? They all rely on a narrative technique called the hero’s journey. It’s a ubiquitous theme across storytelling traditions: a hero must leave behind all that is familiar and safe and venture into the unknown. It’s easy to see why this theme has been so successful in fiction. But adventures are few and far between in the real world.Read the full article