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Coast to Coast - Part 2

Day 2 – Ennerdale Bridge to Borrowdale – 18 miles

After a very cold night in the tent, I woke at 5.30am to a heavy frost! 1,872 more words


Mandarmoni. Zero Crowd Beach! (Almost)

RANCHI-KOLKATA-MANDARMONI Tired of the hustle-bustle of the Capital, my heart craves to visit places that are seldom touched by human presence and are still as beautiful as the image of such a place in your head. 433 more words


Trekking in Chiang Mai - 7-9 May 2015

This may have been the best three days of travelling so far, it was absolutely phenomenal.

Our tour guide, Johnny, was an absolute nutter and we loved it. 667 more words


Pasta with Pumpkin Sauce

2 servings

150 g (5 oz) Pumpkin Pasta (found in Asian stores) or angel hair pasta

1 jar pumpkin sauce – dehydrated

75 g (2 – 3 oz) dehydrated vegetables (I like mix of peas, corn, carrots, bell peppers, and onions) 100 more words


Lake of Angels - Upper Lena Traverse

High above the lush green valley floor where deer come to drink from the waters of Hamma Hamma river there is a small alpine lake nestled among rugged peaks, talus fields and waterfalls. 1,334 more words


Backpacking to Deer Lake

Crabtree Camp Trailhead to Deer Lake

Date: August 29 to September 2, 2008

Forest: Stanislaus National Forest / Region: Emigrant Wilderness
Total mileage… 542 more words

Emigrant Wilderness

Burroughs Mountain Loop

From the countless variety of day hikes Mount Rainier NP has to offer Burroughs Mountain is one of my favorites. Most people pay it a visit in the summertime when the drive to Sunrise is literally lined by wildflowers and many more of them can be found during the first part of the hike where the trail will lead you through colorful Sunrise meadows. 997 more words