Traveling around India can get quite…. interesting 🙂 READ MORE
Jordan’s Syrian refugee ‘city’ – with 115,000 residents, 12 districts, 6,000 shops and its own ‘Champs Elysees’
This will make you want to grab hold of that dance partner of yours and sway!
The lovely pair in the video is dancing the sensual and romantic Kizomba dance – one of the most popular dance forms from Angola. Kizomba is a dance that was born in Angola in the late ’70s and the music is based on the Antillean Zouk and dance the Argentine tango. It is a sensual dance that allows you maximum freedom of expression. READ MORE
Will Gadd and Sarah Hueniken, Canadian ice climbers, have become the first in the world to complete historic ascent of frozen Niagara Falls, parts of which have frozen over winter. They climbed about 45 metres up on the Horseshoe section of the famous falls, which borders the US and Canada.
In his interview (watch below), Gadd described how spray from the part of the waterfall that had not frozen made his ice climb slippery 🙂
Ben Tibbetts is an adventure photographer and aspirant British Mountain Guide based in Chamonix, France. He currently offers Alpine and British guiding, logistics and guiding in Greenland and adventure photography services worldwide.
If you want to take your adventures further, get in touch with Ben here!
Can you count the times you’ve desired to get far away from everything and everyone around you on a perfect getaway? From that dull routine and stress that is stuck in your life wanting to spend some quality times surrounded by peace and harmony only and relax to the maximum.
Everyone fantasizes to pack up the bags and leave everything behind, just to spend some time in a lonely house on a mountain peak, in the middle of a forest or near a watery environment. Well, when you get serious about it, here are some very good ideas 🙂 Continue reading “Perfect getaway for relaxation at the remotest locations”
La mia ROMA Italian language travel
As legend has it, Rome, Italy, was founded by the twin brothers, Romulus and Remus, in 700 B.C. The former Caput Mundi, or Capital of the World, sits beneath Palatine Hill, where the ruins of its original incarnation are open for exploration.Continue reading “Verbalists’ La mia Roma Italian language travel guide (VIDEO)”