Tag Archives: hiking and trekking

The Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk

The Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk

The Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk is my must do for all visitors to Sydney. I put it above the Opera House. I could bore you with descriptions of azure water, golden beaches and soaring cliffs, but that just sounds cliché. Instead, I’ve put together a little photo essay. The photos were all taken onContinue Reading

Siurana – travelling to the edge of the world

Siurana – travelling to the edge of the world

A haven for climbers and walkers alike, this dreamy village nestled under the gaze of Serra de Montsant, Gritella and Muntanyes de Prades is a unique way to spend a day, whether it be summer or winter. With many hiking options and a small artisan village, Siurana certainly provides some of the most spectacular viewsContinue Reading

The Mesmerizing Trek to Poon Hill -The Best Trekking in Nepal

The Mesmerizing Trek to Poon Hill -The Best Trekking in Nepal

“Wake me up when September ends and I will have best days of my life”. This statement holds true for me. October 2014 brought new adventure in my life when I accomplished a breathtaking trek to Poon Hill, over 3200 meters in altitude, near Ghorepani village of Myagdi district, Nepal. It presents scenery of over fifteenContinue Reading

Torres del Paine – the 8th Wonder of the World

Torres del Paine – the 8th Wonder of the World

One of my last encounters with the amazing nature of my country, Chile, happened just a few months ago. I had the opportunity to visit the recently declared 8th Wonder of the World: Torres del Paine National Park for the first time of my life. And I am almost 30. This is the first, andContinue Reading

Manquehue: Place of Condors

Manquehue: Place of Condors

November 2007. My boyfriend’s first birthday since we first got together. I wanted to plan something different, something special. We were still college students at the time, so money was not a resource that we had. What was availabe, then? Time and energy, the usual resources during college years. So I decided we would celebrateContinue Reading

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