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Always Trekking

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.

Follow the Yellow Dirt Path – Motorbiking in Cebu, Philippines

I didn’t have a choice when it came to motorbike in Philippines. When you agree to go to Philippines with three guys your motorbiking choices are down to “go” or “go faster”. Today was the first time I spent more than 5 minutes riding a motorbike. Jonathan has been trying to make me ride his […]

Interview with K and K Adventures
January 19th, 2013Guest Post, InterestsNatalia 0 Comments

Where are you from? What do you miss about home the most? I was born in Oxford, UK, but my parents are both from South Africa with Dutch/German backgrounds. With family all over I traveled a lot from a young age and see my ‘home’ as many places, but I guess for the purpose of […]

River Climbing in Cebu – Moalboal, Philippines
January 14th, 2013Asia, Destinations, PhilippinesNatalia 3 Comments

The morning after we arrived in the Cebu, Philippines we were really excited to go diving, but the waves were huge and the clouds were heavy. Luckily that day the adventure company at our hotel had a river climbing tour scheduled, we signed up 20 minutes before the bus was set to leave. Don’t you […]

7 Reasons Why Living in the Suburbs is a Punishment
January 6th, 2013Interests, Top 10 ListsNatalia 4 Comments

Living in the suburbs is not as easy and convenient as many may think. I know that many people prefer it to living in the city but honestly for me it is the bane of my existence . I have been reduced to a life in the suburbs right after coming back to Canada from Korea. My […]

Top 10 Strangest Things in Korea

Korea torpedoed to where it stands today in just about 40 years. It was almost on par with North Korea in development and economy until the late 80s. While I lived there, it seemed to me that Korea was almost stuck between tradition and modernization, not knowing whether to slow down or to accept the […]

Top 3 Recommended Detours – Cycling Across Korea

While not the most exciting read, this is meant for those who are planning to use the cross-Korea cycling route on the 4-rivers trail from Seoul to Busan. On the whole, the trail is entertaining and great to do with friends since you’re not stuck to busy roads nor do you need superior navigation skills. […]

The City of Doomed Romance – A Day in Verona, Italy
December 23rd, 2012Destinations, Europe, ItalyNatalia 3 Comments

It feels like anytime we travel we have limited time and this Euro road trip was no exception. We ended up in Verona, Italy due to its location and proximity to the Swiss border. We originally thought about Milan or Venice but I heard mixed things about the big city and the city of water proved a bit of a long […]

Japan’s Largest Active Volcano – Mount Aso, Kumamoto
December 18th, 2012Asia, Destinations, Japan, Most Read, MountainsNatalia 3 Comments

Mount Aso is the largest active volcano in Japan. Our filled-to-the-brim 5 day Japan trip nearly meant we had to cut out Mount Aso, but after examining our list of things to see and checking train times and prices there was no feasible way to do everything without renting a car for 3 days. We […]

In Paradise with Buddha – Borobudur Temple, Java
December 15th, 2012Asia, Destinations, Indonesia, JavaNatalia 10 Comments

Jonathan and I love to explore on two wheels and we decided that the best way to explore Borobudur temple was on a scooter. We woke up at 5:15am in order to beat the Sunday morning rush. Actually we slept terribly, Jonathan got up at 2 am thinking that it was time to go! Didn’t take […]

From Seoul, Through Tunnels – Cycling Across Korea

Today was the official first day of our cycling across Korea tour. It was a hot one, it went above 35 degrees today. I think that has become the pattern of our cycling stories.   I realized today that Seoul is a much better city for cycling than Busan. There are bike paths here, and […]

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