Odd-request filter: I'm looking for films, novels, comics, stories, songs or art that feature at least two of the following three things: Pirates, Love Stories, the South West of England. Any thoughts?
Please Help Me Find (Yet Another) Text-Based Adventure [more inside]
What are some weird ways to live? [more inside]
I'm thirty years old, and it's my first semester of grad school after working in the corporate world for 8 years. It just kind of hit me that I'm going to have a summer vacation for the first time in forever. Whoa, awesome, but what to do with myself? Also, how to fund it? [more inside]
Where can I book a hot air balloon ride near New York City? [more inside]
What is the one thing you would like to do in Europe if money wasn't an issue? [more inside]
Putting together a Stockholm based scavenger hunt / amazing race type of activity. What should it include? Do you have non-city-specific ideas, come on in too! [more inside]
I'm trying to figure out which older PC adventure game I played back in the 90s, and want to play again. [more inside]
Recommendations for nonfiction adventure books with one person facing a single overwhelming challenge? [more inside]
Secret of Monkey Island: Was anyone actually fooled? (Spoilers inside) [more inside]
Help me find "adventure races" near Chicago. [more inside]
Two days outside of Portland, OR... what to do? [more inside]
Me and my girlfriend are planning to embark upon a long adventure. We have never done it before and have some questions. [more inside]
I'm trying to remember a story that involves finding a castle/king, and following the sound of a flute to get there. [more inside]
I'm about to get 2 years of free time starting october where I'm intentionally stretching out my phd because of some funding. I'm kind of looking for a new life-changing "adventure", something totally different to try. Can you provide some suggestions? [more inside]
The world is boring. It needs more buried treasure. What things could I bury as treasure - things with great and lasting value, yet could be obtained cheaply? (Eg, a spirits/wine chest could be inexpensive to buy, but eventually become a treasure worth finding after enough years have passed. Superstar backstage passes are useless as treasure (they expire), but are an example of something of great value that doesn't cost much money to obtain - if you can find a way to obtain them.) How can I assemble epic genuine treasure on a budget? [more inside]
Recent events have left me feeling sad about my city, and made me realize that our love affair has grown cold and stale. Help me rekindle it! [more inside]
Was just told by my lovely SO that, as a tenth anniversary gift next year, he is taking me anywhere I'd like to go in the world for 7-10 days. (Courtesy of a LOT of banked United Airline miles.) Where in the world to go? [more inside]
It always rains on tents. Rainstorms will travel thousands of miles, against prevailing winds for the opportunity to rain on a tent. ~Dave Barry
Camping for dummies: I want to go camping. But I've never been camping as an adult, much less camping with children. I need advice. [more inside]
1.5 months in Japan and I'm loving it. Now that I'm used to the neighborhoods, and had a few great mini-travel experiences, I want to push myself and my time here more. Help me plan adventures? [more inside]
I want to see more than just Amsterdam. How can I go off the beaten path in The Netherlands? [more inside]
I'm planning on visiting Alaska in June of 2011 with my boyfriend and was wondering if anyone has recommendations for small ship excursions. I hate, hate cruises and have no interest in a big cruise ship package. Looking for something smaller and more adventurous, with a younger crowd. Not exactly sure what I want to do specifically, but glacier hiking and fishing/catching seafood would be definite pluses. I don't know much about Alaska but I'd like to see some of the cooler towns along the way as well. Has anyone had any great small ship experiences in Alaska? By small, I mean anything from 10 people to 100, but just none of those big ship casino-and-canned-entertainment experiences. Thanks!
If you had a freelance photographer at your disposal, what (in the U.S.) would you assign them to cover? [more inside]
I'm looking for some games with the classic point & click adventure flavor... for the Xbox 360. [more inside]
My boyfriend has been playing Psychonauts for the past couple of weeks and I like the concept of different worlds with different challenges, skills, and puzzles. I also enjoyed playing Myst. What other adventurous quests are there? [more inside]
Camping and general outdoor sports filter. Inspired by the camping stove question below, and a recent near disaster of canoe camping, how do vet potential sport companions? [more inside]
How do you keep your sense of adventure when you sit in a cubicle and have to pick up the kids at 5 o'clock? I love my wife. I love my kids. I like the fact that my soul-sucking job allows me to use my brain while paying for piano lessons, vacations, and an educational trust. I am not looking to get rid of said wife, kids, or job. What I am looking for is a renewed sense of adventure within my current 'constraints'. [more inside]
Please recommend some great puzzle/adventure/escape browser games! [more inside]
I'm travelling to the U.S in August to stay with my sister and her American husband. I'd like to buy a motorcycle to tour the country (and eventually head down through Mexico). What are my options? [more inside]
How can I lead a more adventurous existence? [more inside]
Recommend some books that "change the way you think." But also, good adventure stories. [more inside]
I'm wanting to spend a month or so in each of some of the coolest cities of the USA/Europe. I've got a full-time work-from-anywhere-there's-wi-fi job that'll keep me going but still want to keep expenses down. Done something similar? What was your best way to find lodgings? [more inside]
Pop quiz: where should my boyfriend and I spend New Year's Eve? We'll be kidless... well, kinda (no varmints from ~5PM on New Year's Eve until ~5PM on New Year's Day). However, we can't decide where to spend our day o' freedom. The details: [more inside]
I intend to make this weekend a gaming weekend. I haven't played video games in a long time. At least not as seriously as I used to. Do you have any suggestions? [more inside]
I need a good idea for a one-night D&D game! [more inside]
Should one wear cotton or synthetic fibres in a tropical country ? I'm visiting guyana and the tourism website advises "Bring clothes made of cotton (avoid synthetic fibers) ". What is the justification for this ? I prefer synthetic fibers in hot & humid weather.
Please help me find short films (animated or live action) that I can watch online. Difficulty: only looking for action/adventure-themed shorts. [more inside]
Help me spend 5 non-traditional days in Egypt! [more inside]
Looking for off the beaten track destinations/activities in Sonoma/Napa (and/or Monterey). [more inside]
Single female traveling alone and staying in a youth hostel in Shanghai: fun adventure or catastrophically bad idea?
Single female traveling alone and staying in a youth hostel in Shanghai: fun adventure or catastrophically bad idea? [more inside]
Any stories, published or personal, about those who've taken the road less traveled... and regretted it? [more inside]
The Mister and I are planning to head to the San Juan Islands in Washington for an extended outdoor adventure in September. Tell us what you know about visiting the San Juans! [more inside]
Name-That-Game Filter: Trying to remember the name of a late 80s/early 90s black & white "adventure" game. Involved outer space. [more inside]
I want to go on a grand adventure, a multi day hike/swim - eg Hike half a day, swim across lake, hike a bit more, swim out to an island, hike and repeat..etc. warm water, health environment, lots of short length water crossing (say 200m) and some longer (1 km) are good. sharks, crocodiles, parasites and icebergs are not. Where in the world is it possible to do this? [more inside]
Seeking stories of men and women who -- either by way of adventure or by circumstance -- succumbed to the elements after a protracted attempt at survival...
I've read and loved the histories of Sir Robert Falcon Scott, James Kim, George Mallory, S. A. Andrée, et cetera, and now I would like to be pointed towards more stories of men and women who -- either by way of adventure or by circumstance -- succumbed to the elements after a protracted attempt at survival... preferably leaving a rich and well-written-about story. [more inside]
I'm 35, an attorney, and married with 3 children, and want to move myself and my family to Europe (preferably Germany) for the experience. My preference is to work for the U.S. Government overseas, as that seems the easiest transition, but positions are not easy to come by. Any ideas?
Have car, seek roadtrip and adventure! What are some secret/mythical/mysterious/epic places in WA state (or nearby states), that would be a destination fit for pilgrimage? Centralia / Silent Hill is in PA. The Abyss is in SC, Area51 is in NV, Mesa Verde is in CO, Barringer Crater is in AZ, etc etc. What mysterious secret places can be pried from the Northwest? [more inside]
What are adventures I can do at 25 which I won't be able to do when I'm older? [more inside]
What recent(ish) games offer a Deus Ex like experience?
I need to prove myself a man. Help me plan a sailing rite-of-passage/adventure. [more inside]