Today I had the privilege of meeting true travelers. A beautiful couple that has been on the road for the past 7 years, roaming remote lands of Africa and Middle East in their iconic “Yellow Fire Engine”. Ralf and Laila started their journey in 2008 exploring the African continent above and beyond until the year 2012- 5 years passing through 36 countries, of approximately 120,000km – wow that’s a true adventure!
From the Italian, literally meaning ‘Iron Way’ via ferrata are mountain routes with fixed wire cables, metal rungs, and ladders. These allow adventurous walkers and climbers to ascend steep rock faces in relative safety while reducing the amount of climbing equipment required. Via ferrata were originally developed in the Italian Alps during the first word war to assist troop movement in difficult mountain terrain. Nowadays climbing via ferrata routes as combination of… Read More
After my recent trip to Thailand, I was amazed with its beautiful nature and saw a big potential for adventure. With limited time I explored what was available to me in the surrounding islands. Yet the thing I wanted the most was hard to reach, Caves. Thailand features numerous caves, many of which are considered holy places both in legend and by monks who often use them as places for Buddhist meditation…. Read More