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  • Colle ValneraOpened up my eyes and saw a clear blue sky outside the window. Last hiking day and the weather would show its best with temperature up to +25°C. Hurried up to check in on the flight back to Stockholm-Arlanda to Posted by bejjan in Hiking the Dolomites | Aug 28, 2015
  • Monte CroceWoke up in time for breakfast at 7.30am and yet another day with sun had been promised, at least down here in Champoluc, in Ayas Valley. It looked less promising at high altitude and that mountain peak we would climb Posted by bejjan in Hiking the Dolomites | Aug 27, 2015
  • Lago PerrinWoke up yet again to a clear morning and just in time for breakfast at 7.30am the sunshine managed to conquer the alpine peaks and illuminate Ayas Valley. I was supposed to go to Aosta today and spend the day Posted by bejjan in Hiking the Dolomites | Aug 26, 2015
  • Lago BluIt was forecasted to be great weather today and as promised I woke up to a clear blue sky, even though the sun hadn’t made it over the mountain peaks yet. But in time for breakfast at 7.30am the first Posted by bejjan in Hiking the Dolomites | Aug 25, 2015
  • La MandriaWoke up to yet another cloudy and chilly morning at Hotel Relais des Glaciers in Champoluc. The clouds were really heavy and lay like a cap over the Ayas Valley this morning. Breakfast was served at 7.30am and the morning Posted by bejjan in Hiking the Dolomites | Aug 24, 2015
  • Ru CourtodWoke up after a night in a way to soft, worn down and uncomfortable bed (for my back) – ow, ow, ow. But my back straightened out soon after I got out of bed. Drew away the window curtains and Posted by bejjan in Hiking the Dolomites | Aug 23, 2015
  • When everyone else went to Venice...Breakfast a little later since we had planned a shorter hike today. Only a few people stayed here with us in Bad Gastein since the majority probably went on the day-trip to Venice. [center][img= Posted by bejjan in Back in Bad Gastein | May 14, 2014
  • Bad Hofgastein instead...Up early to catch some breakfast before the day-trip to Grossglockner. But the rumor said that it could get cancelled due to bad weather conditions, why we checked the information board before breakfast. Since we couldn’t see any cancellation note Posted by bejjan in Back in Bad Gastein | May 13, 2014
  • Going up to Nassfeld/Sportgastein[center][/center] Got up to an early breakfast getting ready for the hike to Nassfeld/Sportgastein at 1589 altitude meters. We started by walking along Kaisering-Elisabeth-Promen Posted by bejjan in Back in Bad Gastein | May 12, 2014
  • To Prossau in all weathers[center][/center] We went down to eat breakfast at 8am so we could get ready for our hike at 9am. Today’s challenge was to hike up to Prossau at 1278 altitude meters. Early on it was fog Posted by bejjan in Back in Bad Gastein | May 11, 2014
  • Back in Bad GasteinNot much sleep that Friday night, since we were leaving for Stockholm-Arlanda Airport at 2am Saturday morning. My fellow travelers son gave us a ride to Stockholm and we had planned for 2,5 – 3 hour drive. It took only Posted by bejjan in Back in Bad Gastein | May 10, 2014
  • Ecotrek Cameroon Tour Package.Hello Everyone, Ecotrek Cameroon brings you to all the beautiful and outstanding feature of the country, We offer lots of tour packages and other services needed by tourist. Contact for more details 233323223 Posted by Ecotrekcameroon in Ecotrek Cameroon Tour Package. | Feb 6, 2016
  • INTO THE WILD IN CHAPADA DIAMANTINAFinally, here is my much awaited summary of four amazing days into the Brazilian wilderness... After a great but solitary exploration of Salvador, I was excited to meet with my friend Eva, a super fun Dutch girl from Amsterdam that I Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Feb 3, 2016
  • Robata YakiRobata yaki is a way of cooking, usually grilling your food over coal. I've had this amazing experience of robata yaki when I visited Hokkaido. The region that's famous for this style cooking is no other than Kushiro Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jan 30, 2016
  • Walking the Bibbulmun TrackThe Bibbulmun Track located in Western Australia is one of the best and most popular hiking trails in the world. It stretches for over 1000km, starting in Kalamunda and ending in Albany. Huts along the track, which provide the Posted by girltraveller in Girl Traveller | Jan 27, 2016
  • Hakodate Lucky PierrotSo you came all the way to Hakodate and I bet the last thing on your mind would be having a hamburger. Yes, you did not read it wrong, I'm talking about hambugers. Everyone thinks Hakodate is all Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jan 15, 2016
  • Dare rafting?Today was all about river rafting! We who had ridden together during the week had signed up for the river rafting event. Unfortunately the lady with stitched finger couldn’t participate, so it went down to me and one more from Posted by bejjan in Bad Gastein | Aug 26, 2011
  • Graukogel: elevation 2492 m.[center][/center] I left the hotel early in the morning with my backpack well packed. I walked through the village to get to the lift taking you from the Valley Station at eleva Posted by bejjan in Bad Gastein | Aug 21, 2011
  • Arlanda - Salzburg - Bad GasteinI got up early on Saturday morning after spending the night at Arlanda Rest & Fly to check-in on time for the flight to Salzburg. The plane took off according to schedule and landed after 1 hour 30 minutes at Posted by bejjan in Bad Gastein | Aug 20, 2011
  • Hakodate Shio RamenHakodate's shio ramen is also a local cuisine eaten among locals. When you think of Hokkaido you would think of miso ramen and not shio but for Hakodate, shio ramen is the way to go. The soup base Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jan 5, 2016
  • Cisco RiceCisco rice is a really awesome dish you can find in Hakodate. Though this dish is only featured at one restaurant near the Red Brick district, locals (especially students) frequent this joint. So what is this Cisco Rice? Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jan 4, 2016
  • Chanchan YakiHello, I am back with a dish that is famous in the Hokkaido region called "chan chan yaki". You might all ask, "so what is this "chan chan yaki?" No worries, I am here to tell you all Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jan 2, 2016
  • Into the Woods: Unplugging in Big South Fork Picture yourself trapped in the middle of the woods without electricity, wi-fi, or cell phone service. You have no car. The only way to get out is to hike through the woods for miles u Posted by vicki_h in . | Nov 30, 2015
  • Day Hike in Meeman-Shelby Forest State ParkMeeman-Shelby Forest State Park is located about 13 miles north from downtown Memphis. It covers over 13,000 acres and borders the Mighty Mississippi River. There are over 20 miles of hiking trails throughout the park, as well as Posted by tammy_b in Our next great adventure... | Nov 8, 2015
  • A Long And Winding RoadIt's an early flight so the alarm goes off at 4:30 AM letting me know it's time to get moving. We've done this before so it's the part of the trip when we say we just have to go with Posted by Lauriesam in New Mexico | Oct 18, 2015
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