Phu Kradueng

“Phu Kradueng” or “Phu Kradueng National Park”

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The Phu Kradueng. The waterfall passes through the forest along the way. Real Adventures I will find that in the drama. If you do not believe, try to follow. Peugeot Sure, you will not be disappointed, very fun and see what is really natural, if you are ready to follow the wolves on the mountain to do better.

May is considered early rainy season of Phu Kradueng. So it will be natural, fresh and green to see each other. The tourists in this period is very little, it does not have to be busy. It is quite suitable for relaxation.

There are 3 ways to travel to Phu Kradueng.
1. Travel by car.

1.1 Travel through Saraburi, Phetchabun, Lomsak, Lomsak, Dan Sai, Phu Ruea and Amphoe Mueang Loei. Turn right into Highway 201 – Khon Kaen, then turn into Provincial Highway No. 2019 into the Phu Kradueng National Park.

1.2 Use the route through Saraburi. Nakhon Ratchasima Province to Khon Kaen. Turn left to National Highway No. 201 through Phu Pha Phrao District and pass Pha Phan. Entrance to Phu Kradueng National Park.

1.3 Travel through Turn left to National Highway No. 201 through Chaiyaphum Province, Phu Khiao District and turn left to Highway No. 12 through Chum Phae District. After that, it travels the same way as Route 2.

2. Bus

Travel by bus Take the bus at Northeastern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit 2), Bangkok – Loei City. Phu Kradueng Bus Station And the second line to the park Phukradueng. Contact information bus at. Tel. 0-2936-2852-66 Fare

1. Air-conditioned VIP 24 seats. Price 590 บาท

2. Air-conditioned VIP 32 seats. Price 449 บาท

3. Air-conditioned car, 1st class. Price 258 บาท

4. Air Conditioner 2nd Floor Price 280 Baht

When the car at the cliff. The car from the cliff. It will cost about 30 baht per person for Phu Kradueng National Park.

3. Travel by train

Train travel Take the train at Hua Lamphong train station to Khon Kaen train station. By bus Khon Kaen – Loei, it will be Phu Kradueng district and then two cars to the Phu Kradueng National Park.

Joint Adventure

Wake up to the sunrise – Bagan, Burma (Completed in February 2017)
Lost in New Town – Jiufen, Taiwan (Completed in February 2017)
Stop Bus – Busan, South Korea (Completed June 2017)
Try something new – Taipei, Taiwan (completed January 2017)
Unplugged for 24 hours – Halong Bay, Vietnam (Completed May 2017)
This year I hope at least 7 out of 10 of my decisions are out!

The word will live in the year. 2561
“Today I choose happiness” in my life every year, ending in number “8” is a very good year for me, which is why this year’s mantra is about positivity, joy and happiness. For those who know about struggling with my anxiety, I choose to be happy each day. 2017 is the year of recognition, recognition, and awareness of weakness. I remind myself softly that “I can do anything. But not everything.

2018 Adventure Solving

This is the answer to the adventure of the year. 2561!
2018 Next Adventure Resolution Somewhere

1. HIT FIFTY COUNTRIES
Being a counting country and its pride – hitting fifty countries is a huuuuuge step for me, and one I’ve been eyeing since 2014. Four years later, the ticket was acquired. I will check off this goal in Lithuania. Of all places! One thing I have read about Lithuanians is that they are fond of air and Vilnius is one of the largest capitals in the world where you can fly hot air balloons over the city. The reason is since Lithuania has the highest population in hot air balloon per citizen. If you are curious, this unique sightseeing experience starts at US $ 150. Get over the old town for over an hour.

Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
When: April 2018

Credit to Russia Tour
Little things: Lithuanian book traders are regarded as heroes. Credit to Russia Tour

2. SWING by the Golden Gate
From the spots in the United States, a single swing overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most accepted. The smallest corner of the world is Kirby Cove, and while not the only swing near the Golden Gate Bridge Most Popular Traveling there is more climbing up and downstream, so it’s not the easiest place to get. But the shot makes the hike worth it!

Location: San Francisco, California, United States
On: February 2018

2018 Adventures of Frida Kahlo Museum
Kirby Cove swing set is not a swing. But the most popular! Credit Katie St John Blog

3. Avoid TAPAS CRAWL
Tapas are so popular in Spain that they have real verbs for tapaer activities, which means “go to tapas” before heading to Spain. I think tapas means just serving small. It is surprising that Tapas is a kind person, nibbles from montados (canapes) to revueltos (raspberries) to raciones (small portions of large entrees) and conservas (food preserved in cans). 1/5/18: I’m hardcore “tapeo-d” around Barcelona, ​​all thanks to my lovely employer who rents the Mercat Princesa restaurant for a colleague. Me and me on the go. Our job is to allow us to try an infinite number of tapas for free. Needless to say, I have left Spain a little soft around the edges. But glad to understand the art of tapaer.

Location: Barcelona, ​​Spain
When: January 2018

2018 Explanation of the Tapas Crawl Spain Adventure
Tapas is a bite-sized food of Spanish cuisine. Credit Telegraph UK

4. Move to BEAT of FLAMENCO
When I think of Spain, I think of flamenco, dance and paella, and my two priorities in Madrid are: 1) Learn the secrets to making Paella and 2) Watch the Flamenco show. Flamenco is a four part production consisting of baile (dancing) , toque (guitar), cante (singing) and palmas (handclapping). There are also a lot of handshakes and cheers that happen. 1/6/18: My friend Madrileno. Tickets for me to Teatro Madrid are in the Malasana district, where You come early enough, you get to sit in the front of this small theate.

Things To Do in Munich, Germany

When you ask someone “Have you ever been to Munich, Germany?” You will hear “no” or “Yes, I went there to celebrate the Oktoberfest. I had a lot of beer and I ate sausages every day. “Yes, Munich is well known for its world-famous work, attracting up to six million people annually from around the world. This festival should be fun and a good experience, we can not deny it. But Munich offers many more and more experiences than drinking during the Oktoberfest. You may notice that you go to Munich with plenty of green space and gardens in the city. (English Garden Olympiapark …) You will see villagers who go there to spend time with family, friends … to be happy and have a good time. You will notice people cycling whenever they want to go somewhere. They are in all places and there are bicycle routes within the city. The distance is 900 kilometers (560 miles). Green bike area … Then what in Munich? Take a look at the top five things to do in Munich!

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The best way to view the city center. Munich: Climb the rooftop of St. Peter’s Church! This church is located on the Marienplatz in the heart of the city. All you have to do is pay three euros to get to the top. Oh … and climb the 306 ladder waiting for you! Yes, this church is 650 years old, so there is no elevator. We hope your legs are ready! Get yourself back at the top. You will be given the opportunity to see the old town and the town hall. We recommend you go there in the morning no later than 11:30 am. Why? Because of this church is what most tourists want to do in Munich and it is crowded. If you get there in the afternoon, you’ll have to wait for tickets to go up … and the place will be crowded during the 200 shots to take perfect pictures. People … it will be impossible for you to get a good image and move on.

Where? Rindermarkt 1, 80331 München, Germany
Business hours: Summer – Monday through Friday, 9am to 6:30 pm Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 10.00 am – 6.30 pm Winter – Monday to Friday between 9.00 am 5.30 pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays between 10.00 am and 5.30 pm
Ticket price: Admission is 3 Euros.

Five things to do in Munich, Germany St. Peter’s Church
Pavilion from the roof of St. Peter’s Church Credits Roobems Fils

2. Go to Munich Residenz
Unmissable in the City Residence Munich! From outside, it looks like an ordinary building, nothing special … this is just outside! This is the largest palace in Germany with 10 patios and 130 rooms. It was first built in the castle in the 14th century and then became a residence of the Wittelsbach family (the royal family). Unfortunately, this beautiful residence was severely damaged during World War II. But they began to recover immediately after the end of the war, and as I said, this place is huge! So it took almost 60 years from 1945 to 2003 to restore! Take at least two hours to visit this wonderful residence. And do not forget to walk around the beautiful Hofgarten.

Where? Residenzstraße 1, 80333 München, Germany
Open daily except public holidays. From April to October: 9am – 6pm (last item: 5pm). From October to March: Daily from 10am – 5pm.
Ticket price: 7 Euro

Top 5 things to do in Munich Germany Munich Residence
Luxury Residence of the Munich Credit Roobens Fils

Top 5 things to do in Munich Germany Munich Residence
Munich Residence is the largest city palace in Germany. Credit Roobens Fils

3. See the flashy collection at the BMW Museum.
As you may have noticed in Munich, there are many great cars. Just walk around and you’ll see a sleek, sporty, shiny new car. Porsche, Tesla, BMW, Mercedes Benz … they are everywhere! So you have to wonder. “Why go to the BMW Museum when I can see good cars on the road for free?” This is an opportunity to get a more intimate look into the history of the BMW Group and of course see the BMWs as well. Still

Things to do in Jaco, Costa Rica

Your trip to Costa Rica means you will be traveling to a destination known as an endless summer.
Put your light pants and do not forget your slippers. There is enough time to visit Jaco, Costa Rica. If you decide to go in the rainy season (September, October, November), then you can enjoy the mild temperatures. Sunlight in the morning with the possibility of rain. Some serious in the evening. Save money by taking advantage of low-cost accommodation during low season. If you come in the summer, starting in December, you can enjoy a wide-ranging party experience with two very beautiful sun-drenched squares. When visiting Costa Rica, “pura vida” You will hear today, and the words that describe the senses in Jaco perfectly. I would recommend spending 4 days or more in the area. There are tons to see and do in Jaco, Costa Rica. Let’s take a look at the top five.

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One of the best attractions in Jaco is the Mount Mirador. The word mirador translates to see the spot or the watch and what is the amazing view. The view is just one part of what makes this evening a hike. At the top of the mountain are abandoned boutique hotels. Construction was completed only halfway when the license was pulled and the owner died shortly thereafter. Since then, the streets have been open to the public and enjoy the scenery. Graffiti artists have handled their buildings and their art is breathtaking. You can easily walk from downtown Jaco or even drive if you have a wheelchair.

Get there: To head south on Jaco on Costanera Hwy, a little Jaco Ropes, you will see a gas station. Head to the opposite side of the gas station, have two roads, take the other side to the south, or the right if you are looking for a gas station. At its peak you will see Trillos Colorada hiking trails and mountains with wonderful views.

Five things to do in Jaco, Costa Rica Mirador Mountain
Look out at Jacob’s perfection from the abandoned balcony of the hotel.

2. Go surfing!
Jaco is a great place to learn how to play. You can rent a board priced at $ 15 to $ 25 a day and have plenty of places to study. If surfing is not your thing, you can try surfing or boating. The south end of the beach is ideal for beginners and the northern end is a wave with steep and fast closing speeds. If you are an expert then you should head south for a distance of 7.5 km to Playa Hermosa. It means “Beautiful Beach”, a beautiful black sand beach and a world-famous place for big waves. This is where great surfing tournaments take place in Costa Rica and there are local tournaments that take out the advantages every Saturday afternoon.

Five things to do in Jaco, Costa Rica Surfing
Jaco is one of the best places to surf and sand around the world. Credit goes to Costa Rica vacation.

3. Book many tours.
This area has many tours to enjoy. From relaxing rides or wildlife treks by quad way to rappelling down the falls or flying through the air in rope courses you will not lose for fun. Manuel Antonio is less than an hour south of where you can relax on a white sand beach with monkeys and dolphins. You can also go kayaking in the bay or the sea and fishing is amazing for those who want to catch dinner.

Five Things to Do in Jaco, Costa Rica Jaco Ropes Tour
Not afraid of height? Coincide with the epic rope trail for Jaco’s distinctive look! Jaco rope credit

4. Party like rock star
Jaco is well known for having a night life. It’s like a relaxing Las Vegas with bonuses on the beach, so it’s a popular place for bachelors and bachelors. The city also has great options for backpackers, so there are crowds who come to join the party in small towns so you can walk around and find the right environment for you.

Fun: Local people come out Friday and Saturday from San Jose to a night party.

Top Five

San Francisco: Things to do, see and eat.

48 Hours in San Francisco: Things to Watch Do not Eat
Welcome to the “Layovers” series, which is my motto for short stays! Is it 48 hours in San Francisco? All you need is a pair of trusted shoes and respirators to guide you to America’s greatest treasure. One San Francisco Bay Area San Francisco Zoo is one of San Francisco’s best-known museums and galleries.
Neighborhood: Mission District
Location: Tartine Bakery at 600 Guerrero Street, Fayes’ Video & Espresso Bar at 3614 18th Street, Mission Dolores Park at the intersection of Dolores and 19 Streets.
Conclusion: All other bakery sales

Tartine Bakery Bakery presents the James Beard Award for popular biscuits and fan favorites like Morning Bun, Pain au Chocolat and Banana Cream Tart. The crowd is in the morning but at 9am the line will leave the door and read the reading content simultaneously. Monday and Thursday are the busiest days like the weekend.

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If you’re lined up in the street, you’ll find Fayes videos and espresso bars and many of the publicly-held inventory, home, shelves, stationery, DVDs you can rent, and full roster. Of caffeine products, including some. Of the best coffee you’ve ever had. With your latte in hand, walk to the Dolores Missionary Park, where everyone and their dog will jump. Walk up the hill to see the beautiful skyline of San Francisco’s skyline.

48 Hours in San Francisco Things To Do, Watch, Eat Mission Dolores Park

MID-MORNING (9 – 11 am)
Location: Twin Peaks
SUMMARY: 360-degree view of the Bay Area

If you have a Twin Peaks car, the best spot in San Francisco is just 10 minutes away from Mission Dolores. Otherwise, get these impostors because you want to make your loan money. When the Spanish settlers arrived at the height of 922 feet, they called them “Los Pechos de la Choca”. The breasts of today’s Twin Peaks girls welcome tourists and lovers to set reasonable boundaries. Cross your fingers into a clear day, because when the fog rolls over, it gives an incomplete view. Rolling mist will give you the feeling of being in a real life timelapse and that’s pretty cool too.

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LUNCHTIME (12 – 12 pm)
Neighborhood: Castro
Venue: Indian Restaurant at 4001 18th St Cliff Variety at Castro Street 479 Cookies at 407 Castro Street Castro Theater at 429 Castro Street
Conclusion: Let your freaks fly.

You can not leave San Francisco without visiting Castro, a homosexual gay in the neighborhood of the United States. The rainbow is a poorly selected color pallet, as is the crime, and Harvey Milk is a local hero. There are many excellent restaurants for breakfast and food at Kasa Indian Eatery. They specialize in kathi rolls, rothi or naan bundles and stuffed with curry and chutneys. And black and white photos of India in everyday life to balance the vibration.

In the past, the area was formerly known as the Eureka Valley, but was renamed Castro after the main theater, which had its own Oscar-nominated romance nominated film for the storyline. Even Disney and R. Kelly singalongs the next door to the Castro Theater. Another interesting attraction is the well-known attraction for biscuits, with the shape of the genitals and the red line of skivvies outside. The Group is also near Cliff’s Variety Store and souvenirs you want to bring home and wigs used in case you need to tap your ego, your ego.

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Part time (3 – 5 pm)
Neighborhoods: Haight-Ashbury
Location: Painted

INCA TRAIL WITH RAYNAUD’S DISEASE

The classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is 45 km above 4 days to reach an altitude of 4200 meters as you walk down Inca Road and climb up the ancient Inca Stairs and through Dead Woman’s Pass. Enter into history while your view transforms from the magnificent backdrop of the mountains to the ancient ruins, a hallmark for many people’s journeys. With more tourists now having the opportunity to overcome physical hardship on a small journey, push yourself and the people around them up and through this tricky hike. But what happens when you’re in the mountains and dealing with Raynaud’s disease? What do you do to make sure you’re okay and how does it affect me?

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What i packed
Smart wool socks many of them to switch everyday or if they get wet.
Merino wool base coat layer and base coat. (I used these to sleep at night in a tent)
2 pairs of acorn pants, which I sometimes class.
Gortex pants are expensive, but all kinds of frosts know that wetting makes things a lot worse and rains during my hike.
These lambs never look cute. But useful
Gortex Jacket
Merino wool gloves gloves I can wear these at camp when the weather is not cool and put it in my gloves when it becomes too cold.
Gloves (gloves, gloves fit to these as well)
Three buffs are the majority of body heat escaping through the head. I will have Raynaud’s trichotomy hat and real rosary.
Gortex shoes (dry and warm)
Mummy bags weigh down at -10 degrees Celsius (I get my MEC, but they can be bought from other strollers)
Put on a sleeping bag and put the heat. (3,800 camping will be cold)
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How does my Raynaud affect my journey?
I know that my four days on the Inca Trail will include some extreme temperatures and a little stress, so I try my best to be as ready as possible. The first day is easy, the sun shines, the altitude is not bad, the steep slope is not too high, and it is a special bonus that we do not have rain. I was able to pick up a T-shirt during the day and was satisfied with my night, even if it was a pleasure to have my own sleeping bag.

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Day 2 is a very high day on the Inca route; Today is the longest day. I took a special socks in case my feet were wet, the floor was marino, Gortex pants and my favorite mittens jacket all went and went up the mountain. I found that as long as I kept pace, I felt better until at least lunch. After sitting for one hour for lunch, I felt cold in my hands and I added my furry fur gloves to my glove, which was an extra layer under my wool and scarf.

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Some members of our group apparently contracted into the virus, which caused us to slow down today. My feet were numb and uncomfortable, causing me to leave the group and climb up, hoping to generate more heat, which would increase my internal temperature. As I climbed up the mountain, the temperature continued to drop. It was windy and rainy and I stopped to add another leg on my Gortex pants, which was a huge help because of the blockade. When it reached Dead Women’s at 4,200m, I decided to wait for the rest of the group. are This may not be the best idea for my condition. But I knew they were struggling and I wanted to go there to cheer on them while some started their first summit. I sat myself between two stones and sat for about an hour. Fortunately, the last group came to the right before I was ready to go. My hands and feethad change color. I feel tired and begin to be more stressed about my current condition, inevitably making things worse. Rather than staying with everyone on a trip down, I ran desperately to the warm water that sat at my tent. The last 400 meters of contemporaries was definitely a little hard for me since I felt the lack of feeling in my feet made me wobble. Like a penguin When I reached the tent, I kicked my wet clothes off my baseball boots and climbed into my sleeping bag with a heat sink to warm up. I feel awkward during the rest of the night and I can not thank my partner enough to have enough body heat to pass the night.

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The next morning was cold as well. I slipped my Gortex boots and went up to the mountain. My feet are numb from going. I feel very painful and stressful.

What to get from INCA TRAIL

Every 200 people and 300 people start to leave. 82 on the Inca Trail. Machu Picchu, Peru, has devoted a great deal of effort to protecting and maintaining this famous route by limiting licensing and building special camps. If you want to head on your own Inca Trail, here’s a quick list of things to expect, so you can be prepared as well as possible.

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10 things to expect in the Inca route
When they told you that day, Day 2 was the hardest day … They did not lie. The women’s march through this is more difficult than expected. Lots of stairs up to a high altitude make this a challenging day, not a lot of easy walking in the garden.
Wilderness on the trail, inca

All weather is possible. We go from short sleeves in the sun to pour rain at lower temperatures than comfortable. At the end of Day 2, the summit is cold and windy, with long sleeves, jackets, gloves, hats and everything else. On the third day, heavy rain is enough. If you do not wrap it under your coat or under a poncho, you may be wet. Conditions on the route vary greatly, as is the season throughout the year. Ruby of the dead woman passes the inca route.
Do not wear clothes. The toilet on the Inca route consists of holes in the ground with two grooves to place your feet and they are not happy. Five hundred people with all mud feet tried to use only six existing toilets, resulting in questionable hygiene status. These toilets are not much during the day, so most people use natural toilets. TIP! Squat practice before leaving
Crouch in the toilet, inca.

Incredible scenery From the minute you start walking to the day you arrive, Machu Picchu is famed for its amazing views of the Andes. From the lush mountains with occasional waterfalls in the background to the jungle like clouds, the landscape of this path is not disappointing.
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The ruins more than you expect along the way, not just Machu Picchu that you will see throughout this four day trip. From the old fortress to the religious ritual, this period will be torn down with the ruins of choice. Expect to see the ancient ruins that lay around you all the time without entrance; These ruins are for single people. As you walk through the trail, you will have the opportunity to stop and explore the different archaeological sites of the Inca people.
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No rain, I do not care what the tour company tells you … no warm water or even a shower. Over the years, Peru has struggled with rains and even restaurants in the last camp. But it’s closed down due to barbarism, so you do not have to worry. You just have to look like you survived the four days of Machu Picchu’s jungle trail.
Located on the Inca route.

Early in the morning, when the sun rises, you rise. Starting your day as fast as possible means you can spend more time on the trail, whether it’s taking a walk up the ancient stairs or enjoying some archeology.
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Porters make you feel luxurious when traveling dirty. These people are beyond miracles. They take half the fabric of the tent, kitchen, chairs, everything and run up the hill on their back, all while wearing sandals, making you and your climbing shoes seem funny. When you arrive at your camp with a tent, a sleeping bag, and everything else laid out for you, these guys make you feel like celebrities as they clap and cheer you while you’re camping. Following them, they supply you with warm water, tea, popcorn and finally dinner. I have seen one run to the camp and come back with a sandwich to feed the elderly hungry. These people are trying their best to make you feel like celebrity during your harsh hikes on the inca trail.
Harmony among hikers Your tour group may be full of new people, but when it comes to trek, they are like your new family. Everyone is likely to create this period in the three months following the time they get a license to ride. These friends who have similar goals will experience dependency and empowerment. Clap and hug you while you’re done carrying a bag or even holding hands when you use the toilet of nature. The Inca Trail experience allows us to break the barriers. “We just met” and built your family relationship.

EL CHALTEN ARGENTINA: ARGENTINAS HIKING Scholarship

Previously, I had a 5 day hike through Torres del Paine, followed by hiking for a few days around Tierra del Fuego. Needless to say, my shoes and toes were slightly worn out when it reached El Chalten in Argentina. Out of the bus station, I looked up and saw that this small village was separated by two huge stone walls. I know rightly that my feet are in a little more violent. Signs that. The ‘Capital of the Climbers of Argentina’ also helps.

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In the afternoon I came to unfavorable weather. Most of the rainforests and hills are covered by hiking, so I spend the day preparing for hiking the next day, eating pizza and gathering a few hikers. (Not difficult because it is the only thing to do in El Chalten)

Wilderness walk in Los Alamos National Park

The sun is shining the next morning. The first trip of the El Chalten adventure I was filming was the famous ‘Laguna de los Tres’ and beautiful views of Mount Fitz Roy, instead of walking back and forth from El Chalten itself. We live in Los Glaciares National Park. We choose to transfer to another route and walk up to 25 km from point A to B through Laguna de los Tres mirador.

Glacier National Park Trail of Los Angeles

The beginning of hiking is pretty easy, pretty flat and has shades of gray and gives a panoramic view of Mount Fitz Roy in the background.

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Walk for a few hours, so take some photos and enjoy a delicious lunch in one of the campgrounds. No hiking completed without my salami sandwich lunch. After lunch we headed up and headed out the camp toward the mirador. This involved an hour-long rise. This part of the hike was open to the elements and involves crossing a few river flows with delicious drinking water.

Cross the glacier in El Chalten National Park.

Up to the steep mirador, but not too difficult and full of people. It’s like a highway through marked mountains, and with people heading in both directions. We walked slowly and steadily with very little time. When we arrived at ‘Laguna de los Tres’, we were greeted with one of the most beautiful views of Patagonia.

Route to tres lagunas el chalten

Then we enjoy hiking around mirador and Tres Lagunas. There are colorful lakes, hanging glaciers and beautiful mountains. Fitzpatrick is not going to be a better day.

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When we consider our time in mirador We headed back down the mountain through the camp and went to ‘Laguna Capri’. This part of the walk was there for us to cross through a flat, open area to the hot sun with Fitz Roy still. In the background

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Laguna Capri is a breathtaking mountain lake where many hikers have taken a break for a quick snack break and perhaps a brave swim.

Laguna Capri El Chalten Argentina

After a short break, it’s time to head home and head down the path to El Chalten. The end of the route is easy, without chaos and downhill. As we saw the small town of El Chalten creeping up in the distance, with the sun slowly setting my feet cheering, we almost went home.

View of the city el chalten

Good Argentina steak dinner later. I go to bed at 7:00 am will arrive early and another 21 km. The trek is completed.

Grand Glacier El Chalet Argetina

Laguna Torre, Grande Glacier and Cerro Torre are next to my Trekkers. I think this is a long day. We left at 7:30 in the morning heading up our first mirador. The first stage of hiking is probably the most difficult part, mostly hilly and with uneven trails. The first hour makes us sweat overflow. We stop at the beautiful mirador which gives a wide view of the Cerro Torre for splitting water and snacks.

Hiking in Argentina’s Los Lodge National Park

The path that grew up was a little easier after that my close friend. (I got up the day before) and I talked injustice for two hours as we walked on a gentle slope up through the forest and open space.

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A few hours later, we can see. The glacier is in sight. We ate our lunch just beside the lake, fed from Glacier Grande. Enjoy the beautiful view. After lunch, we started climbing to the highest point and also the closest point to the glacier.

CIUDAD PERDIDA: TREK A CITY WITHOUT THE CITY OF Columbia … MACHU PICCHU 2.0

Ciudad Perdida traveled to a lost city, one of the most awaited adventures of my journey to South America. It’s like more raw Machu Picchu. It’s a four-day walk to archeological sites in the woods, just like Machu Picchu, but with fewer restrictions and fewer people. The Machu Picchu Inca trails up to 500 people a day, as well as gatekeepers and travelers. Groups of 3-4 people, 10 people and one person per day.

Perspective of ciudad perdida

Quite a bit of charm, you have to carry your own backpack. However, occasional hammocks and beds are available at each campsite, so the tent is not a problem. Every camp has a cold shower and sink for you to wash in. Your group will have a chef who travels with you, cooks many meals and even cuts and serves occasional snacks. The advice here is going to be easy and fun. But be prepared to find advice in speaking English is rare. You can hire translators for extra fees, or you can even wing and practice your Spanish guide!

The path goes into the lost city trek.

Walking through the jungle is not bad or too hard, but here is the jungle so hot, you probably will not smell all that well at the end of the day. You will sweat from all your clothes. But it’s okay, it’s part of the experience. The views of mangrove forests, mountains and everything that comes with this beautiful adventure will distract you from the heat. The only thing that can distract you from the broad view of the mountain is the rain. Welcome to the Rain Forest Heavy rain in the afternoon makes the journey exciting. The clay is almost a deep foot and is almost impossible to reach. This will improve the fun. During our tour, we wrapped our package in a garbage bag (as instructed) and then slipped and slid down the pedestrian, foot, back, buttocks and stomach. The work becomes a matter that can stand up the hips hoping from the dry spot (est) to dry (est). The spots eventually lead to everyone falling into some amusing position in the mud.

The architecture of the city of Columbia is gone.

Your clothes will not dry. You start your day sweating through them in the heat and humidity pressures. Then you slid and slipped through the mud during the rain, and if that was not enough, you clean yourself by jumping into the pool or river along the way. At about four or five in the afternoon, you and your group are just wet slippery. The camp has lines to hang your clothes. But since this is a humid forest, it helps them enjoy the wet. The next morning, you just suck it up and start your day wet.

A manual in ciudad perdida

The special effects of hiking are an opportunity to interact with the Teyuna people. They are protected native tribes who live in the middle of the jungle. This is how they always live. Not affected by technology and lack of up-to-date education, they also maintain a homeless style home and remain a untouched culture. Children will always come to you on the path if you have a snack to feed them. But most of the Teyuna people keep their distance and go about their day working on their farm. I found it worthwhile and special to experience their lifestyle even when away from the arms as we traveled with them. At one of our camps, we had native kids making their cloths in the river where we were swimming. Their old school laundry techniques consist of dipping their clothes in water and fighting with rocks to help them clean up. On that day, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to interact with my kids playing in the stream.

Native home in Columbia

You reach archaeological sites on the third morning and do not disappoint. It is what you expect beautiful. After an hour’s walk and a few stairs you will reach the start of the famous terrace. The next and further sites and guides have been doing so for many years. There is a passion about first about Colombia as a whole and second on their native history. They tour you through the steps of the city and after that you have 45 minutes to explore the site or just sit and bring it in. As you leave town you can expect to stop swimming under the waterfall that appears. While you are near Bottom of the valley It is hard to imagine that there are other such large sites hidden in the jungle around Colombia.

8 products that reduce the cold this winter.

It’s time again when the weather is dry and the road slips with ice. The little white snowflakes fell from the sky, and we were fortunate to put ourselves in a shirt, sweater, gloves, socks and hats … That was … winter was coming to us. If you’re into outdoor activities like hiking, snowshoeing, ice skating, climbing, skiing and more, you know that preparing for a little heat! For all of us ‘frosties’ out there, others are Raynauds and those of you who are just plain cool animals looking for a way to survive the winter are here for a list of my favorites to help with the blood flowing through. season

Baffin Boots Basecamp Slippers
baffinboot

It is no secret that the Boot Camp by Baffin Boots is a favorite product for keeping warm. Having Raynauds means that I always fight cold feet and to find reliable shoes is key. Base Camp Boots Soft, supple and strapped to the ankles to keep warm coming in. They are all I need after an outdoor day in the evening. These shoes make camping an acceptable and enjoyable experience for me because once I reach the camp, the first thing I do is start my hiking boots and dodge into my camp. They are durable, making them ideal to wear in and around the camp or at home, and because they are soft, I use them inside my sleeping bag at night. In fact, I usually gsay these slippers to sleep bags for my feet. I also brought them on the plane and wore them around the hostel and the hotel. If you’re a cold-warrior, Base Camp Boots by Baffin is a real investment.

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Hot hand
hotpaws

Small hand-held and foot warmers, where you can shop a lot at department stores and hawkers around the world. Just open the package and shake it warm and it starts to heat up and stay that way (up to 8 hours) whenever I go hiking, climbing, or even something as simple as walking the dog. I will put a couple in my pocket if I want. Since they are relatively small and light, they are easy for me to pack when I head out to do a month of hiking. * Frostie Tips * I like to shake a little up and throw them into a sleeping bag. When preparing for bed in a trek In this way, my sleeping bag before warm for me!

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Merino Wool Ice Breaker Base Layers (Pants and Long Sleeves)
Icebreaker pants
Top Ice Crusher

The base layer can make a huge difference in keeping you warm. Merino wool base coat (top and bottom split) by Ice Breaker is a reliable product for keeping heat coming in. But the mermaid fur keeps the heat. Ice Breaker also helps to combat free radicals and quick drying. If you are on a multi-day hike, you will be satisfied. Ice Breaker provides base layers in so many different ways, so you will be sure to find your fit. They are warm wicking, sweat wicking, anti-stink dry products. This will fit in your regular clothes and will make you more comfortable during your winter and outdoor activities.

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Hydroflask
hydroflask

One of the best ways to add warmth to yourself while hiking or skiing or on the summit is to drink something warm. Hydroflask bottles will keep your drink warm for several hours. Hour at the end Add hot water in the morning and be hot throughout the day. The BPA-free water bottle is made of stainless steel and is coated with sweat and top of the ring to hold onto your pocket. Hydroflask bottles are available in many sizes and colors and will give you a taste. The warmth you desire on a cold day.

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Smart Cloth Socks
Socks smartwool

Saving heat, sweat, and socks for quick drying. Again, most of the self-warming is to keep your feet warm. Smart Wool is perfect for everything from hiking to skiing to day to day activities. Just as being one of the best products for keeping your feet warm, socks do not slide inside your shoes, causing less blisters during your hiking. Do not worry about getting too wet because it dries too quickly. Smart cloth socks are a great idea for anyone who gets cold feet no matter what the activity.

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Merino Wool Glove Liners
Gloves

One of the things that is most affected by Raynauds is the hand. If you are likely to have a cold hand, Merino Wool Icebreaker Glove Liners are perfect for you.