Holidays are here! What to gift the nature lover in your life

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Holidays are here! What to gift the nature lover in your life

This post contains affiliate links It’s the day everyone has been waiting for to start Holiday shopping: Black Friday! Maybe you’re still wondering what to get that nature-loving traveler on your list? The ones who are out and about carrying all worldly possessions on their backs. Here’s a nature lover gift guide just in time:   Super … Continued

Flamingos in the Atacama Desert of Chile

I knew flamingos were pink and I knew flamingos were big – it wasn’t until viewing them in the wild at Laguna de Chaxa in Reserva Nacional “Los Flamencos”  did I realize what a large and gangly bird they are. Their necks look like a crooked drain pipe. Compared to a blue heron or a Canadian … Continued

The Peace of Green: Slovenia

What is an inspirational place to me? I can think of only one. It takes me to emotional places that I’m never at. It makes me feel unique and special. This place makes me feel confident like I have wings and I can fly anywhere. In this particular place, I am optimistic because it motivates … Continued

My Place Somewhere in the USA

Where do I feel inspired? It doesn’t have a name. I can only describe the region of space to you. Sometimes this place has four or more walls. The enclosure changes shape and size by the hour. When the temporary barriers finish serving their purpose, they transform into oak trees, mountain ranges, or another face … Continued

Kyoto: The tanuki and the temple

We approached the clearing cautiously, snatching glimpses of the abandoned building’s interior through gaps torn in its sliding screens. There were frayed tatami mats covered in a thick layer of dust and a solitary paper lantern hung half-heartedly from the ceiling, its washi paper yellowed unevenly by prolonged exposure to the sun. The evening air … Continued

Romania Travel

No Regrets in Romania

No Regrets This might seem an anti-travel manifesto at first. It’s not. I can assure you that I am as wild, free, and wanderlust as one gets. However, we all need stability at one point. And like all the elements gathered here, contrasting and somewhat antagonistic, I have to confess that I’m living in and … Continued

Norway: A Glimpse between Winter and Spring

In my travels, among many things, I also look for magnificence, it activates my life inspiration. The world’s various forms of beauty are sometimes shelters from these continuous human failures, from the human despair and from the the destruction of beauty itself. Sometimes they are triggers for virtuous actions. Travelling, being also an exploration, allows … Continued

UK: Over Hill and Dale: Mother Nature’s Gift

Nestled within the rolling hills of God’s own country; the sentiment of awe was felt here first. The small village of Lofthouse lies within Nidderdale, virtually untouched by the modern man and only ever visited by the off-chance camper and the ramblers that stumble across it by fortunate accident. The village is heavy with the … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel