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  • Conquering Mutianyu, The Great Wall

    Conquering Mutianyu, The Great Wall
    I decided to end my summer trip in Beijing with a BANG! True enough, IT WAS! My friend and I decided to go to Mutianyu where the watchtowers and passes were built on the steep mountains (and what a climb it was!). Hiring a private taxi indeed was the best transport to take since it only took us a little over an hour. And it’s cheap! It’s a fast and easy way to get to the Great Wall if you want to spend a lot of time trekking the only man-made structure visible from space!
  • Costa Rica, Traveling the Guanacaste Penninsula

    Costa Rica, Traveling the Guanacaste Penninsula
    Packed with surfboards and a 4x4 we traveled the entire coast from the North of Tamarindo to the south that dead ends at Mal Pais, and then back up the coast to the north to end the trip at the Arenal Volcano. With a Fisheye and the Submarine the trip was an amazing experience.
  • Costa Rica, Traveling the Guanacaste Penninsula

    Costa Rica, Traveling the Guanacaste Penninsula
    Packed with surfboards and a 4x4 we traveled the entire coast from the North of Tamarindo to the south that dead ends at Mal Pais, and then back up the coast to the north to end the trip at the Arenal Volcano. With a fisheye and the fisheye water housing the trip was an amazing experience. The only problem was a lack of film and the absence of a secure strap for the fisheye housing. Costa Rica is paradise...adventure is on tap daily!
  • Cagayan de Oro - City of Golden Friendship

    Cagayan de Oro - City of Golden Friendship
    Another weekend, another getaway! This time it was in Cagayan de Oro, the “City of Golden Friendship,” and my first ever trip to Mindanao!
  • Marrakech, Morocco Just like in Arabic Tales

    Marrakech, Morocco Just like in Arabic Tales
    Marrakech is a beautiful Moroccan city so filled with old Arabic world charm - like what one would imagine when reading an Arabic tale as a child. The Medina, architecture, dusty pink colored walls, winding alleys, friendly locals, traditional medicine stores, souks, amazing chaos in the main square..... all make Marrakech a truly memorable and unique destination like nowhere else in the world.
  • Dannys Around The World Adventure – An Introduction.

    Dannys Around The World Adventure – An Introduction.
    Hello. My name is Danny. I'm 25 and I live in London. I was lucky enough to take a 1 year vacation solo around the world trip (Sept 08 - Sept 09). I would like to share my experiences and photos from my adventure with you.
  • Danny's Around The World adventure - Cambodia.

    Danny's Around The World adventure - Cambodia.
    Hello. My name is Danny. I'm 25 and live in London. I was lucky enough to take a 1 year, solo, around the world trip (Sept 08 - Sept 09). I would like to share my experiences and photos (shot with an LC-A+) from my adventure with you.
  • Six Flags Great Adventure

    Six Flags Great Adventure
    Great park for east coasters and great roller coasters.
  • Eastpak x Lomography: Life Less Ordinary Winner Announcement

    Eastpak x Lomography: Life Less Ordinary Winner Announcement
    Your life is anything but average. Agree? Sure you do, daredevils! A lot of you took part in this exciting Eastpak x Lomography rumble to show us how you celebrate life - in the form of backflips, tumbles, and other crazy stunts!
  • Location of the Week

    Location of the Week
    day3hugger takes us to an amazing trip to Utah, where you could camp, bike or just walk around in the glorious red rocks that surround you!
  • Moab, Utah

    Moab, Utah
    A perfect town for the bold and the adventure seekers.
  • Stranded in Queenstown

    Stranded in Queenstown
    It's not the most conventional of honeymoons I know but after two fabulous weeks on the road, our van broke down in Queenstown and we were stranded!
  • Harding Icefield Trail, Kenai Fjords National Park

    Harding Icefield Trail, Kenai Fjords National Park
    Our first real adventure into the wild.
  • Taj Mahal, India

    Taj Mahal, India
    I am not such a touristy traveller, checking out all the sites and then getting drunk with your native co-travellers. No, I want to see, what the locals do, feel and think. So my tracks are different to the ones of the masses. But there are certainly some spots that you have to see, when you go abroad. So I went to Taj Mahal and to write it from the beginning: I was disappointed.
  • Meherangarh Fort, Jaipur

    Meherangarh Fort, Jaipur
    After you have taken a trip to India, you most likely have seen many temples, forts and palaces. But eventually you don’t really know any more how they are called and where they have been at. A phenomenon also witnessed while traveling in China or Japan. I am quite grateful for the Cosmotourist idea, because it gives me the opportunity to do some research again and to understand, where I have been. Such a missing spot is the Meherangarh Fort close to the big city of Jodhpur.
  • Jodhpur Train-Station, India

    Jodhpur Train-Station, India
    I Have to recommend you to check out the main train station in Jodhpur. Honestly it is a must and an adventure, but still it is hard on your nerves! During our stay in Northern India we pretty much stuck to the service of our driver Karma and his beautiful white Ambassador.
  • Mount Pinatubo Adventure Trek

    Mount Pinatubo Adventure Trek
    As we worked our way through the ashen gullies of Mount Pinatubo's shoulder, I admired the signs of rebirth underway: the steady stream of water that skipped over horsetails, tadpoles and pumice stones painted with sulfur and iron; the moss, thickets and tree ferns carpeting the ravines beneath distant avian cawing; and Aeta children keenly observing our ascent into the gaping cerulean mouth of Apo Namallari-- the almighty god of this sacred mountain, whose pyroclastic power the world witnessed during the eruption of June 1991, the largest in living memory.
  • Geghard Monastery

    Geghard Monastery
    If you aim high you have to take steep steps. That would be the perfect description for the Geghard Monastery in Armenia. This outstanding example for religious architecture is not short of awkward atributes, which made it a UNESCO world heritage. Geghard was originally named Ayrivank, which means "monastery of the cave" and that surely is the allegory that fits this monument best because it is assembled in the natural landscape of the mountains and becomes a part of the stones. It was built in 1215 at site of a sacred cave-spring.
  • Sky Experience Adventure at Crown Regency Hotel

    Sky Experience Adventure at Crown Regency Hotel
    What I love about Cebu is that every time I come home, the place has always something new to offer: a new mall, new restaurant, new hangout, new beach hideaway, and new friends. No wonder travelers simply can't get enough of the Queen City of the South, making Cebu the most visited city in the country.
  • Bukit Tabur; Rainy n' Misty

    Bukit Tabur; Rainy n' Misty
    29th December 2008, this is where I was, I went to Bukit Tabur to get myself away from the city, far away from work, I just wanted to breathe with empty mind, thinking of nothing but to reach to the peak of this hill. It was raining when we arrived the hillside, 7am. We were 50/50 to decide whether to go for it or not. Well, we decided to take a special opportunity of this rainy trip up. Wet, slippery, cold and misty... Definitely adventurous than normal.