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In search of thrills - sometimes it can mean slapping rambunctious monkeys or being chased by a snow storm in the Rockies on a bike. We are trying to explore the commonly overlooked corners of the world before they are taken over by franchises, smog and chainsaws.

The Deserted Casaroro Falls – Dumaguete, Negros, Philippines

Feeling rested and extra pumped after an awesome day of riding to Twin Lakes, our team ventured to the next sight Dumaguete had to offer. This time I got a nice break as there was actually a paved road most of the 10 km ride to the Casaroro falls.   Due to the recent Typhoonquake not […]

The Road to the Final
May 9th, 2013Guest Post, InterestsNatalia 0 Comments

  It's almost time for the final of the UEFA Championship Leagues. Even though it can be hard for me to get into the competition it is always fun to watch Football players battle it out for a chance to win. Before you know it you will be rooting for a team all the way on their Road […]

The Journey to Twin Lakes – Dumaguete, Negros, Philippines

The day after our epic motorbiking journey in Moalboal, Cebu we headed to the island of Negros. After 2 hours on the bus, 40 minutes on the ferry, 1 hour on a jeepney we made it to Dumaguete. The city was rugged to say the least. We found a room and headed out to rent […]

Preparing for a Bicycle Tour

  Whether you’re going 50 kilometers or 5,000, there are some things you just need to bring with you. It’s impossible to plan for every possible mechanical and weather related events you might encounter but considering the following will go a long way.     Daily Commutes: I rarely leave my house without the following […]

Diving with the Big Guys – Tofo, Mozambique
April 25th, 2013Guest Post, InterestsNatalia 7 Comments

Today’s guest post comes from a true nomad, Justin, who started traveling full time 3 years ago and he just didn’t get around to stopping.  To read his stories and look through pictures of 51 countries, check out his blog True Nomads. I’m incredibly jealous of his diving experience in Mozambique. That was his first time […]

Accidentally on Purpose – Engrish in Korea
April 21st, 2013Asia, Destinations, KoreaNatalia 8 Comments

Korean is a wonderful and sometimes a very strange place. One of the strange and funny things in Korea is the “accidental” Engrish. English signage is quite trendy in Korea, even if it’s placement makes absolutely no sense. There’s an abundance of public signage “inspired” by English. It’s not real English by all means, it’s somewhere in between […]

Mistakes I Have Learnt From While Traveling in Asia

Mistakes happen in all the time, but they can pack a punch when you’re on the road. I made a few bad mistakes while traveling in Asia, some of them could have been prevented and others were just stupid. It is very important for me to learn from my mistakes and if I commit them again, shame on me.  Without further ado, here […]

Icy Weekend Skiing in Jay Peak – Vermont, US

4 skiers and 1 boarder looking for snow at Jay Peak, Vermont. As you might notice, the snow was just a dusting above a hard, thin layer of ice. We normally spend most of a ski trip in the glades but with the snow being as scarce as it was we were having fun just […]

Climbing Mount Kinabalu in One Day – Sabah, Malaysia

Mount Kinabalu is the highest peak in the Malay Archipelago. It stands 4095m tall and because it is a doable climb it is a major tourist destination. Each day over 100 climbers start at the Timpohon Gates and then rest at the overpriced shack Laban Rata Resthouse about 2 hours from the top. At around 2 […]

Dak Galbi – Spicy Korean Chicken Fried Rice
March 17th, 2013Food, InterestsNatalia 6 Comments

I can make you three guarantees about going out for food in Korea. You will stuff yourself, you will leave the restaurant blasted and you won’t believe that you only paid 10,000 Won per person. While in Korea we discovered the most satisfying of comfort foods – Dak Galbi fried rice. It is a very […]

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