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Mt Batur Sunrise Trek – Things to keep in mind

Mt Batur Sunrise Trek – Things to keep in mind

Sometimes the view from the top of a mountain can become so addictive that trekking one volcano is not enough. After returning back from Mt Agung, I signed up for the Mt Batur trek. got myself a 4 hr shuteye and was ready for yet another trek. Well this time I was prepared and had an idea of what to expect while climbing a mountain. But Mt Batur is a baby volcano compared to Mt Agung. This 1700m active stratovolcano…

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Whistler, BC – Much more than just a Ski Destination

Whistler, BC – Much more than just a Ski Destination

Canada, the land of untouched wilderness and dynamic cities, is the second largest country in the world. With a sparse population of just 37 mil spread out over the massive landscape, it is easy to get out there and be alone with nature. Be it the massive spikes of the Rockies or the glittering lakes of Ontario, there is something alluring about this huge country. I had previously included Canada in my list of countries for Introverts. Canada is the…

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Cycling through the Jungle Trail in Khao Thong

Cycling through the Jungle Trail in Khao Thong

After the whole kayaking extravaganza, I woke up the next day to sore muscles. Kayaking had taken its toll on my body. Somehow I made it to the common area. It was my last day in Krabi but my flight for Bangkok was at night. So I had all day. I first thought of chilling at my resort, The Bananas. While having my breakfast, I came across this map lying on the table mentioning a Jungle Trail. After enquiring about…

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