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Climbing the via ferrata to Gran Cir in Val Gardena | The Dolomites, Italy

With absolutely incredible 360-degree views, the via ferrata to the summit of Gran Cir in the Val Gardena region of Italy’s Dolomites is the perfect pocket-sized adventure suitable for just about everyone. Read this in-depth guide for all the information you need!

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A definitive guide to hiking the Vajolet Towers | The Dolomites, Italy

At the heart of the Rosengarten Mountains in the Dolomites, Italy, lies the Vajolet Towers - a haven for climbers, hikers, and skiers alike. With a multitude of routes with varying difficulties, from an afternoon stroll to full-on adventure mode, the hike to the Vajolet Towers is an absolute must on any traveller’s itinerary.

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Notes from the road – edition 34: Ideas over expectation

All the happenings from my last week in the Dolomites, a few thoughts on the concept of expectation, plus my plans for the next week in Budapest. Read it all here in this weeks edition!

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Notes from the road – edition 21: Wheels in motion

Another quiet week in the mountains spent doing yoga, meditating, and enjoying the company of friends. Plus, the wheels are in motion for the next stage of my journey, read all about it here.

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Jewel in the Jungle – A guide to Leke Leke Waterfall

Set deep in the lush jungles of Bali’s central Tabanan Regency, Leke Leke Waterfall is the hidden jewel that needs to be on every traveller’s list of Bali’s best waterfalls.

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An adventure day to remember – visiting Sekumpul Waterfall + a complete guide

Set high in the mountains and deep in the jungle. Along mist-covered roads that wend and wind their way around the terrain. Through small villages with laughing children and dogs that jealously guard their territory, lies Sekumpul Waterfall. It’s Bali’s tallest waterfall, and yes, it’s as epic as it sounds

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Notes from the road - edition 12: roaming the hills of Sri Lanka

A week full to the brim with exploration through the mountains and hill country of central Sri Lanka. Plus, I’m FINALLY at the beach. Read more here.

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