Made by our beautiful friend Jessica and her boyfriend Dom!
The Abacos… Where do I even begin to tell you about this kind of bliss?
If you have never spent time in the Caribbean, you are in for a real Bahamian treat here. If you have been here before, you are still in for an everyday sort of fun.
The people that have been here once, tend to go back multiple times throughout their life. From the days of piracy to the modern-day explorations both under and over the water, there is so much to take in. While here, you will sink into a time zone of indescribable serenity.
The Abaco Cays are actually pronounced ‘keys’. It is really no wonder that the unknown harbors and uninhabited cays of the Abacos were quested by pirates back in the 18th century. It is truly a place of Mother Nature’s fortune.
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After 2 weeks on the road, I was finally in Queenstown, the bustling, vibrant, adventure loving town located in the Southern Alps of New Zealand.
So why did I choose to spend 2 weeks in Queenstown?
Access. It’s a great place to stay and has amazing access to lots of different mountain ranges and of course hiking and skiing. Queenstown is on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, a lake that is shaped in a thunderbolt if you look at it on a map.
There are many unknown things about the Faroe Islands.
To say the least, this destination is completely untouched, uncharted, and absolutely breathtaking.
It is difficult to put places like this into words however midway between Scotland and Iceland, there are 18 islands that make up the Faroes.
Found in the Gulf Stream in the North Atlantic Ocean, these islands have a greater population of sheep than they do people and endless kilometers of roads that lead you to coordinates undiscovered by many.
Franz Josef is a small mountain town on the East coast of New Zealand’s South Island.
The town is nestled by the Westland Tai Poutini National Park, which is home to the famous Franz Josef glacier.
It is a hub for outdoor and nature lovers with plenty of adventures easily accessible, whether you want to go on a scenic flight, glacier hiking, quad biking, climbing or the famous Franz Josef Skydive.
On a side note a little history, the town is named after the glacier which itself was named by Julius Von Haast, in honour of the Emperor of Austria, Franz Josef.
In April 2017, my dream came true – I embarked on a journey to Patagonia, aiming to hike the famous W in Torres del Paine National Park (Chile).
We all were so stoked to go on this 120 km and 8-day hike through one of the most beautiful places on earth!
Our adventure started with a 29-hour trip to the small airport Punta Arenas in Chile.