Dan Kieran writes in The Idle Traveller: If you have to rely on other people, you are forced to be open and engage with them, which quickly spreads the notion of friendship and community. One person leads you to another … Continue reading
From my current base in La Paz in Bolivia, I wanted to climb Chacaltaya. It seemed like a relatively easy mountain above 5000 m, and thus a good opportunity to set a new altitude record without falling into crevasses and battling with yetis. In … Continue reading
Posted in Bolivia, Death, Environment, Health, Life, Philosophy, Photography, Time, Travel
Tagged adventure, Chacaltaya, climate change, hiking, hitchhiking, La Paz, Milluni, mountains, nature, refugees
It was summer, I was single, I had some time on my hands and I wanted to explore more of Romania. The advertisement for the group of adventurers I saw at a bus stop in Târgu Mureș came at the perfect time. … Continue reading
My Bolivian housemate Henry is a computer and telecommunications expert who likes to watch football and drink beer. From time to time though, he says “let’s go into the wilderness” with the spontaneity of someone who wants to play a … Continue reading
When I moved to Romania, I knew that it had produced one of the greatest adventurer of all times. This is the story of how I was both wrong and right at the same time. (Scroll down to the 5th … Continue reading
Posted in Afghanistan, Argentina, Colombia, History, Iran, Romania, Russia, Statistics, Travel
Tagged adventure, CouchSurfing, Dumitru Dan, hitchhiking, Timotei Rad
I had too much work yesterday to attend the air show in Targu Mures (Romania), but luckily I could observe part of the display from my apartment. Yes, the house opposite would benefit from a fresh coat of paint.
Because when I do something really, really cool, they cut my head off: Me, jumping across a frighteningly wide and deadly deep ravine in the Negev desert in Israel.