When we went to Jamaica, we took our slackline with us.
My husband packs light, and had extra room is his carry on, so we added the slackline. 222 more words
I am experimenting using the dual task method of implicit learning, but with a task that I am already familiar with. I am crossing the length of my 15m slackline while looking straight ahead and counting backwards from 50 or more, alternating between three languages: English, French and Finnish in this way – “fifty, quarante-neuf, neljäkymmentäkahdeksan, forty seven, quarante-six, neljäkymmentäviisi”, and so on. 761 more words
I don’t know if this harder for the snowcat operators or the slackliner but it’s impressive either way. While on the subject of slackline experts at ski resorts, lets take a second and remember Mickey Wilson and that unbelievable maneuver he pulled at A-Basin to save a life. Dude is a legend.
After the hectic life during the world trip, packing our backpacks every other day and continuing the travels, we were looking forward to our almost 4 weeks permanent stay on tiny Indonesian island Nusa Lembongan (south east of Bali). 1,597 more words