Blog Entries tagged 'adventure'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'adventure'
- The Hitchhikers Guide To The Trans Siberian: Part 1
All of what you are about to read actually happened. Whether you believe it or not.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of ti Posted by Globesmacked in Globesmacked | May 23, 2016
- COLONIAL AREQUIPA & COLCA CANYONI arrived in Arequipa by bus with Vilma, a Finnish girl I had met in my hostel in Puno, and got there in about 5h. A Peruvian man came in and started preaching the importance of eating well and leading Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | May 22, 2016
- Malaysia: Cameron HighlandsWe kissed goodbye to our futuristic prison pods and got on a coach heading to Cameron Highlands. For the first time we had to jam our own bags into the luggage hold which, incidentally, we were crap at. We spotted Posted by advensha in Advensha | May 12, 2016
- Time for flying! And then the day had arrived, the Big day. Wasn’t able to sleep many hours during night, but got up and felt refreshed with adrenaline pumping. A small breakfast was eaten (not worth eating too much in case of air-sickness) Posted by bejjan in MiG-29 Flight | Apr 26, 2016
- Malaysia: PenangOn our last morning we discovered that the sky-walk that had been closed while we were in Langkawi for maintenance had actually been open for a few days as they'd finished their work a little early but just decided not Posted by advensha in Advensha | May 7, 2016
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- A WILD AMAZONIAN ADVENTURE IN THE PAMPAS!Our next step was to head to Rurrenabaque, in the North west of Bolivia, for another long and painful journey. Everyone knows that taking the bus from La Paz to Rurre (as locals call it) is not a good idea Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Apr 29, 2016
- Thailand: Ko Lanta and TrangOn the morning of Friday 15th April we left Khao Lak heading to Ko Lanta. Our first leg of the journey was a cramped minibus where we got talking to a lovely retired British couple from London who had done Posted by advensha in Advensha | Apr 25, 2016
- GETTING TROPICAL IN BOLIVIAN ORIENTERyan had planned to stay in Sucre for 2 weeks to do some Spanish classes so I decided to follow Anna and Baptiste and keep exploring Bolivia towards the East while Antoine and Yasmine both went to La Paz. I Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Apr 20, 2016
- Stupid, but Lucky – Part Two: Romantic Explorations[float=right][/float]I have to admit that I am very much a romantic when it comes Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | Apr 13, 2016
- BOLIVIA AND THE INCREDIBLE UYUNI TOURAfter about 8h in the bus we arrived in La Quiaca (North of Argentina) in the morning. We got off and had to cross the border to Bolivia by foot to get our passport stamped - we were happily surprised Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Apr 11, 2016
- COMMON SENSE - Be sure to bring a big bunch with you!Traveling from USA to Panama (and further south into S.Amer) requires a good vehicle and good judgement. The vehicle should be in excellent mechanical condition and go with spare parts, also should be comfortable for you and your passengers to Posted by rvcampertravele in OVERLAND Travel to Central and South Am. | Apr 9, 2016
- Camping overland into Central and South AmericaTRAVELING OVERLAND IN A RV!
To us, travel has nothing to do with cruises and vacations. It’s not about staying at fancy hotels or taking a two-week holiday.
Travel is a way of life. It’s how we learn, develop ourselves, educate our Posted by rvcampertravele in OVERLAND Travel to Central and South Am. | Apr 8, 2016
- Pan American Highway - Going again in 2017!!I have decided to "get ready" early and do my pre-trip preparation for this great journey thru Mexico, Central America, and South America. I am using a excellent low-milage Ford F250 , 7.3 diesel, long bed pick up with Posted by rvcampertravele in Camping - camping in Guatemala | Apr 8, 2016
- ON THE WAY TO THE ATACAMA DESERTWe stopped in La Serena before heading North to break up the journey. There are a lot of astronomical observatories in the area and I was hoping to do some star-gazing but unfortunately it was cloudy so we weren't able Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Mar 26, 2016
- India: Observations and CuriositiesAs we were travelling around India, like a good little pretend-journalist I noted down any little things that peaked my interest and I have listed them below. I don't know whether these idiosyncrasies are exclusive to India or whether or Posted by advensha in Advensha | Feb 15, 2016
- First things firstSo here I am, planning my first big girl solo vacation. I mean, unless you want to count that one time I drove 3000 miles to nowhere Texas on a whim because all my friends cancelled our spring break plans. Posted by katori in New girl on the trail | Feb 12, 2016
- Step FiveHey everybody! It’s been way too long and we have SO much to update you on. Our last post was about the American Halloween experience. Very shortly after that (Nov. 2nd), we hit the road for our first U.S. roadtrip. Posted by Tool Box in The first steps and beyond | Jan 19, 2016
- I walked behind a waterfall I can feel billions of mist particles crashing on my skin as I enter the proximity of the force. My bare feet walk on the moss-covered rocky surface. Holding on to the attached ropes Posted by stenivan in Wandering Sten | Nov 24, 2015
- Malapascua Island, Cebu lovin'People often ask why I'm so into long journeys and tedious rides when I travel. Well besides the adrenaline rush I get by being on the road and the excitement it brings to my core while imagining what's in store Posted by moonlitskies in Read At Your Own Risk. | Nov 3, 2015
- Step ThreeHey guys,
3 weeks and one day in! Sorry for the late post but we had a lot stuff to do! The most important thing: our little girl is already sitting up and being very comfortable with using her hands! We Posted by Tool Box in The first steps and beyond | Oct 29, 2015
- Waitomo Caves - cave adventures and glowwormsI guess quitting my job to come travelling was all about facing fears and pushing myself further.
So when Chris suggested we do the Black Abyss Tour at Waitomo Caves, Posted by emmaabroad in New Zealand | Oct 26, 2015
- People don’t take trips, trips take people.Blog Entry 4 – Siem Reap
The Chatuchak Bus Terminal looks like a confusing open-plan mess when you first enter, but if you spend 5 minutes looking around you realise a more accurate term would be organised chaos, with counters for Posted by kay_bramm in GetLost | Sep 29, 2015
- Gas Masks in the AltitudeWe were sad to be leaving Colombia. It is an amazing and diverse country. We really haven't seen the full extent that it has to offer and already are planning to go back.
Our next Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Sep 22, 2015
- Our Journey to The Lost City
To be honest we were pretty scared when we set off with our little daypacks for our five-day Lost City trek. We had heard how gruelling it was and we hadn’t trained at all before we head Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Aug 30, 2015