Around The World In 18 Caving Destinations

  My breath fills the air with thick clouds of steam, my heart is pounding out of my chest, sending echoes far into the vastness of the abyss. Tiny water drops splashing onto the rugged floor break the burdensome silence, … Continued

Climbing Off The Grid: Indonesia

  With more than 17,000 islands, thousands of ethnic groups, too many different cultures to count, Komodo dragons and colorful festivals, Indonesia could be the next exotic rock climbing destination on your bucket list. The volcanic origins of the islands … Continued

Around The World In 30 Climbing Spots

  The drumming noise of my heartbeat and the whistling sound of my breath as I’m figuring out the next move on my way to the top remind me it is myself I’m fighting against. The rock is not my … Continued

Why traveling to Central Asia should be on your bucket list

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Where traveling to Asia is concerned, countries in the southeast or Pacific tend to get the majority of attention. Central Asia, on the other hand, is overlooked by most. Situated south of Russia, west of China and north of Iran … Continued

Five Unusual Balinese Festivals Not to Be Missed

1. The Ogoh-Ogoh Parades   By five o’clock in the afternoon, locals and tourists in Sanur were already staking out prime parade watching positions at the town’s major intersection. Soon after sunset, large bamboo-and-paper effigies of demons and monsters, called … Continued

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