02. Okt. 2017 My boyfriend was right when he said, that for the last six days we've seen the River Nile every day. It certainly goes to show that a lot of tourism is centred around it! We started in Jinja just under a week ago. As my boyfriend kayaks, it was a priority! As … Continue reading Chasing the Nile.
27. Sept. 2017 Dubai was only a 'warm' 37oC but by 11 am, my clothes had melted into my back. Coming from a fresh 12oC in Zurich was a shock, and it was a long time coming. With neither of us really slept on the flight over, we were more than thankful when we could … Continue reading Melting.
Well, the big day has arrived! It's definitely a surreal feeling... my boyfriend has now also finished work and we are both pretty much packed. A few things have changed since the last update! We've discovered that our budget stop-over in Dubai will officially be "too" long for us to stay in the airport. We've … Continue reading Before Departure.
The adventures of packing. The smallest detail which can make or break a trip. That small charger you forgot, or that extra pair of shoes you never needed. We've all been there. I know each time I go on a trip I play a small game of tetris with my backpack, hoping to make the … Continue reading Packing Tips: My Must Have Items
We started the day high in the clouds. We couldn't see more than 50m around us, only taking in the windy road and sheer rock faces as inspiration for our imagination.The morning sun glistened against the rocks along the road, sunshine trying to push through the damp. At 4700m we could have been anywhere in … Continue reading 2-Wheeled Escapades: Bolivia’s Death Road and Cocaine.
We were pushed inside to a gorgeous air - conditioned room, given visa forms and asked for 40USD.
This place deservees its own chapter! So far we've kayaked, biked, hiked & hiked some more! Its amazing how much this [place] has to offer!
Unterseen. 16.12.2015 Well, two months later and I'm that much closer to Burma! One of the Asian countries that has long been at the top of my bucket list is Myanmar, even if it just for the hot balloon ride over the Temples of Bagan. However, after looking more into the country and learning about … Continue reading Myanmar: Part 1
Although I live in a very outdoorsy part of Switzerland, it's ironically not a subject that comes up often... global warming, climate change, melting glaciers. Yesterday, for the first time in a while, I really took notice.
A Bucket List can sometimes be a reflextion on a person. They are a fun way to shape goals and future plans.