Someone has to make up the 0.1% in statistics when they say “you have a 1 in 1000 chance of something going wrong”, I am that 0.1%.
Some funny things have happened to me in the last 4 years on the road, luckily no permanent damage.… Read the rest
India train travel. This guide is based on my experience in traveling a couple of thousand kilometres, mostly in Northern India. A good forum discussing just about all possible topics on India travel is India Mike. You can also get good … Read the rest
Carretera Austral – legendary Southern road is an adventure on its own, without even having in mind dozens of National parks you can visit along the way. This part of our 13 months trip through Latin America became our favorite and brought… Read the rest
In this entry: India, traveling from Mumbai through Rajastan in this amazing and cheap backpacking country. Making my way from Mumbai through Rajasthan visiting Udaiphur, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer by train or bus. The unreal Holy Festival… Read the rest
Whale sharks – About 12 years ago I was lucky enough to snorkel with a monster of a whale shark in the wild. It was on a spearfishing trip in Mozambique and this enormous fish showed up from nowhere, no other tourists, no other boats and this… Read the rest
Kilimanjaro, how difficult is the trek? What are the costs involved? What route should I choose? Itinerary. Our Story. In Hindsight: Would I do it again, was it worth it? and WHY NOT.
Mount Kilimanjaro, the roof of Africa, in northern Tanzania … Read the rest
I’ve experienced a few unreal waterfalls during the last couple of year’s traveling, but nothing as spectacular as Iguazu. This is one of the most beautiful natural wonders I’ve ever seen and something not … Read the rest
Venezuela, the myths and what we really experienced traveling here for a month. What do things cost, crime, corruption, free petrol, empty shops and annoying police. Trekking around Mount Roraima, one of the most beautiful places we have… Read the rest
Siete Tazas – a secret place to go in Chile
If you like camping, hiking, being in the wild and observing the nature you should definitely go to Siete Tazas. We didn’t know about this place, it is not very famous outside Chile, luckily in… Read the rest
Ilha Grande between the jungle and the beach
During 2,5 months that we spent hiking in Patagonia we were dreaming about nice weather, warm water and sunny days, imagening us relaxing on the beach, swimming and eating nice food BUT as soon as we… Read the rest