A misty gray cloud, hovering low over Namche Bazaar, would seldom release heavy rain drops splashing with gong-like sounds onto our room’s tin roof, waking us from our sweet slumber. The weather wasn’t looking too promising for
Dawn ushers in a new day with a feeling of timelessness taking hold of us. We’ve been trekking in the high Himalaya for 2 days by now, still it feels like we are here for weeks, like
Namasteeee Himalaya! Good morning Life! 🙂
Clinking cattle neck bells accompanying their owners’ slow dangling ascending pace, hammers banging nails in wooden planks, chisels delicately carving into stone blocks, saws cutting sharp angles into timber, and
After several hours of intercontinental flight, we started descending towards the Kathmandu International Airport, while terraced hills began to emerge into sight from between the evening clouds. Excitement starts to build up inside us: we are landing in
Exploring Morocco for the first time, in the words of our friend Anda 🙂
Actually I could say I was against this trip to Morocco. We had less than one month to our wedding and, obviously, many things to
Climbing Kilimanjaro, in the words of our fellow expeditioner Adinel Tudor, in an interview for Dilema Veche.
When Adinel told me he is leaving for Kilimanjaro, I thought to myself, I would probably never do such a thing. Even
Ascensiunea lui Kilimanjaro, în cuvintele coechipierului nostru Adinel Tudor, într-un interviu pentru ziarul Dilema Veche.
Când Adinel mi-a spus că pleacă pe Kilimanjaro, m-am gândit că, probabil, eu nu aş face lucrul ăsta. Chiar dacă nu e unul