There’s a reason why we’re drawn to traveling. Of course, there’s so much to see and do around the globe, but it is the various cultures that make each experience unique. Seeing how others live, helps expand our own world views — and in turn, we grow. If you have ever been backpacking, you know […]
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Hot sand, hot sun at Mullaloo beach photo blog.
Perth, Australia is far I know,. however Perth its blessed with a long coastline of beautiful beaches, in other words its paradise. Mullaloo beach its located in the northern suburbs of and its also a typical example of Aussie love for all things outdoors and of course the beach. Laze on the soft white sand […]
Joffre lake, three times the charm photo blog.
Categories: Bakpacking, National Parks, Outdoors, Photo
The turquoise blue waters of Joffre lake will make you think you are at Banff National park in Alberta, when in fact the it is from the lesser known but majestically beautiful Lower, Middle and Upper Joffre lakes. All three of which are located along a trail near the small town of Pemberton, British Columbia, […]
Sydney: Beach Oasis awaits among City Chaos! part 2
Categories: Beaches, Culture, La Playa, Outdoors, Sand, Travel
Escaping the city after work, or on the weekend is a must. But for anyone addicted to the feeling of salt sticking to your skin, and sand to your feet finding a great beach amongst the concrete jungle is an absolute necessity. Here are some amazing places to go for a dip, along with some […]
Playas, Nieve y Selva: Los principales parques nacionales de Venezuela.
Categories: Heritage, National Parks, Outdoors, Turismo
Venezuela no solo es mundialmente famosa por sus reinas de belleza y su comida, sino también por sus asombrosos paisajes naturales que pueden ser encontrados en los múltiples parques nacionales que alberga. Venezuela cuenta con más de 40 parques nacionales distribuidos por todo su territorio nacional. Debido a la diversidad de climas y ecosistemas es […]
Peaceful Evans Lake.
Summer can be an unforgettable experience, canoeing on a lake or going for a hike, playing capture the flag with new friends or sitting at night around the campfire, listening to stories, singing songs… But there is more to camp than laugh and s’mores. Evans Lake is a snow-melt small gem, roughly triangular lake having […]
A Cabin for my Weekend #8
For the last 45 years, workers in Noorderpark have gotten out of the elements and caught their breath in a ratty storage shed tucked into the woods of this 5,900-acre park north of Amsterdam. No more. A design studio recently completed an airy, warm, and stealthy little shelter on the site of the former structure. […]
Sensational swimming at these summer-sizzlin’ pools.
Whether it’s for the exercise, a cooling dip as temperatures soar, or just the sheer fun of splashing around, the following selection of public pools dotted around the globe offer not only memorable settings, not to mention they aren’t tourist-trap destination as you’ll surprisingly find a lot of locals. Ok, so,. I’m walking in the […]
Forest Park Golden Cape Rovijn, Croatia.
Categories: Conservation, National Parks, Outdoors, Travel
Forest Park Golden Cape is one оf thе mоst beautiful аnd largest protected park forests іn thе Mediterranean, аlsо knоwn аs thе international meeting place оf free climbers. Оn thе cliffs rising frоm thе vеrу seaside thеrе аrе sоmе 80 rock-climbing routes, mоstlу easier аnd suitable fоr beginners. Тhеrе іs аlsо аn organized climbing school […]
Haida Gwaii Island nation that will take you back in time and slow you down.
Categories: community, Conservation, Culture, National Parks, Outdoors, Travel
First off, history: The word Haida means simple “people” -people of the islands. This was a small nation unto itself, protected by forbidden seas, making them geographically aloof, sea buttressed and distinctive. In 1787 the islands were surveyed by Captain George Dixon. They were named the Queen Charlotte Islands by Captain Dixon after one of […]