ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘mountains’

02Nov

Cycling from Alice Springs to Kings Canyon was not easy due to the heat and lack of water, but we have made it safely. Kings Canyon is situated within a National Park, which means wild camping was out of the question and we had to spend one night on the only official campsite available – […]Continue Reading

24Sep

Just a bunch of pictures from an amazing place in the middle of Java – Mount Bromo.Continue Reading

28Jul

We left George Town with a plan to visit Cameron Highlands, a place famous for it’s altitude, jungle walks and tea plantations. Lying above 1800 meters the place is the only part of the Malay Peninsula, that guarantees a relief from the humid, tropical heat. A day after we said good bye to Penang, Mat […]Continue Reading

06Feb

Where lies the border between “impossible” and “crazy difficult”? Where is the point, where one should start thinking about surrendering and say – “it is too much for me”? Before and during our journey, we had a lot of adventures – most of them being rather “under control” and relatively well planned. Even though some […]Continue Reading

07Jan

The wildest, least explored of all Indian states is undoubtedly Arunachal Pradesh. To get there, one must get a very expensive permit valid only for one month (as expensive as an Indian visa). We never planned to visit the North East of India, but as soon as we read some articles on the internet about […]Continue Reading