Tags » Trek

Hsipaw -Myanmar / Burma 

Arriving in hsipaw, at 3:30 am typical Myanmar style night buses! I started walking to my guesthouse knowing it wasn’t very far, after several locals checking I was ok (which was strange they were genuine not weird creep) , a Mr Charles pick up saw me and took me back to hotel and let me check In early without any extra costs. 485 more words

Mainit Springs & Montaneza Falls, Malabuyoc, Cebu (Lanaya Side Trip)

Aside from the buko break, trekking w/ NCR trekkers is a different experience compared to my other climbing groups because for twice now, we wrapped up the climb at a body of water. 1,038 more words

Travel

Trekking to Everest Base Camp: Part 1: Meeting the group and flying to Lukla.

If you can’t get to Everest, make do with Base Camp

I always thought that some day I’d like to summit Everest. The idea of climbing mountains really appealed to me, but it seemed like such a far off prospect – something I’d need to have far more money and strength to do than I thought I’d have in my early 20s. 1,918 more words

Travel

Treat yourself to a Trek

Treks are the best treatment for the soul. That’s what i have learnt after travelling around almost half the world, in various ways. Yatch holiday, luxury cruise, spa vacation, ski escape, scuba dive trip, all these are excellent, rejuvenating, exciting and a hell lot of fun but the effect that a trek has on the mind, body and the soul is unmatched! 501 more words

Travel

Trek Hidden Costa Rica

There’s a saying you’ll hear when you ask about Costa Rica – “Pura Vida”. You won’t fully understand the relevance at the start, but spend a few weeks there and you’ll realize that there’s no better way to describe this tropical peninsula. 5,331 more words

Costa Rica

ROM

[ And something a little more playful. ROM can stand for “read-only memory” as well as a certain Star Trek character. ;) ]

Read between… 7 more words

Acrostic Poetry