Już pod koniec lutego szykujemy obóz wspinaczkowy w Wadi Rum, w Jordanii. Termin 24.02-03.03.
Tym razem koncentrujemy się na kilku sektorach sportowych i rysach (trad). Jeździmy jeepami. W planie obozy na pustyni: od noclegów pod gwiazdami po luksusowy kamp z białymi recznikami :), dla relaksu.
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One more from Fairy Falls. Close up view.
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An incredible hot air balloon ride over the floating gardens in Inle Lake, Myanmar at sunrise 😍
We’ve had such a fun time in Myanmar and still have so many pictures to go through!
We are off to Bangkok and then Chiang Mai! Any recommended spots to see? Places to check out?
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I’d love to do an African Safari all over again this year! 😍 Once upon a time, I wanted to be a vet and have long since been fascinated with animals of all sorts (and everything David Attenborough does thanks to this). Funny thing is, this trip to South Africa started off as a trip to Peru. Fed up and confused with the options for booking flights to Peru on a Friday evening (and perhaps slightly addled by wine), we decided to throw all plans of Peru out of the window and go to South Africa instead (we did go to Peru the following year though). Then came the weeks of trying to figure out which safari game reserve to visit (we kind knew Kruger would be a safe bet). Turns out, not many Safari Lodges in South Africa accepted bookings online. Eventually, we found one that we all loved and that did accept booking and that was it - safari sorted!
At the last minute, we decided to squeeze in a trip to Cape Town while in South Africa… We soon found out that Cape Town is not a place you squeeze in - it’s a place you visit in and of itself! 😃
As human beings, it is in our nature to explore, learn and discover new places and landscapes. We want to continue seeking and once we start settling for routines and regularities we begin to feel kind of miserable and stuck. I this that’s because happiness lives in the space of novelty.
Notice how Chiang Mai doesn’t have as much sky scrapper buildings like Bangkok? Thats Ping River in the far side of this arial shot.
I’ll be arriving to Siem Reap tomorrow night, who will be there?
Only a short 20 minute drive and you will end up at the beautiful beaches of Coolum. A popular spot for those that who know the ins and outs of the tides, so if you'd like to jump on a board just go where the locals are and hang ten 🌊
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