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Travel to a paradise town What is your favorite travel mode ?I think that a slow moving tour is good.Every time I want to relax myself ,I will discover some characteristics town which is far away from bustle and hustle.A relaxing journey can heal the soul.Many countries in Europe have small towns.At there ,you can …
In one’s life, the need to just let loose and be free is often suppressed by our day-to-day livelihood, but when all is set and done, we all need a break. A holiday or vacation is probably the best way to get rest. As Christians would put it, in the beginning earth was full of …
Top 10 Places to Visit Before They Disappear From the Earth Traveling around the world to see different sites is one of the most enjoyable things in your life whose benefits cannot be ignored. The experience helps you discover skills that you didn’t know you had, it gives you a sense of accomplishment among other …
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Anthony Bourdain’s Boeuf Bourguignon Recipe
In season six of Anthony Bourdain’s famous show No Reservations, which aired on the Travel Channel, Bourdain took us beyond the camera and into kitchen. Co-starring famous chefs like Thomas Keller and Jacques Pepin, the “Techniques” episode gave a glimpse of what it really takes to be a good home chef, and some of the basic ... Read More about Anthony Bourdain’s Boeuf Bourguignon Recipe
How to Be a Travel Hacker in Canada
The U.S. is known for its awesome travel credit cards. How does Canada compare? Many outside observers would probably guess that the Canadian travel credit card market is less lucrative than the US and, while that’s true in some ways, there are also ways in which Canada is the more favorable place to be. The The post How to Be a Travel Hacker in Canada appeared first on Nomadic Matt's Travel Site.
5 Must Try Swiss Desserts and Sweets While Traveling in Switzerland
There’s lots of things to do in Switzerland. You can go skiing in the Alps, kayaking in the lakes, take in the epic mountain scenery and oh, so much more. But for a true foodie, there’s really only one proper way to experience a new country – by tasting the best traditional dishes. In Switzerland, ... Read More about 5 Must Try Swiss Desserts and Sweets While Traveling in Switzerland
APR 20 / Adjusting to lock-down in the UK
Sharing some travel-related writing from our recent trip to South Africa to help your travel virtually during this uncertain time. The post APR 20 / Adjusting to lock-down in the UK appeared first on Anywhere We Roam.
Climbing the seven summits: a route to the top
In 2010 I travelled to Tanzania and trekked to the summit of Kilimanjaro, the “roof of Africa”. I have always loved trekking and hiking, spending several weeks of every year on the slopes of the Scottish Highlands or Welsh Snowdonia – however, topping out on Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, ignited something new inside me. I wanted to take my hobby further, turn it into a passion and really achieve something: climbing the seven summits, the highest mountain on every continent. Fast forward five years and I haven’t added any of the other six summits to my climbing CV. I have, however, been on several climbing and mountaineering courses to improve my skills and I still believe in climbing the seven summits. Once I'm back in Europe, I intend to have a crack at Elbrus in Russia as my second summit before taking another winter mountaineering course and then moving onto the tougher challenges. Although I don't doubt the technical and physical challenges I face, the toughest challenge will likely be a financial one. The seven summits don’t come cheap. Most are difficult to access and each one brings its own separate challenge whether that's a technical test, hostile weather conditions, poor accessibility or, obviously, altitude. One thing all the mountains have in common is that they are expensive to climb. I don’t claim to have the answers but I have spent hours and hours researching how I will achieve my dream. Below I list how I – and others like me – have the best chance of climbing the seven summits and achieving our common dream. The post Climbing the seven summits: a route to the top appeared first on Atlas & Boots.