Check out this video made by Gnarly Bay while travelling through Chile and Patagonia.
I still remember the first time I saw giraffes walking in the wild. I was in a van on my way to Masai Mara N.P. in Kenya. The others I was with were taking a nap. I was silently looking at the Kenyan savannah go by, sitting reclined back in my seat. All of a sudden there they were: about three or four giraffes, just strolling around a bit.
“The more rubbish there is on the floor, the better.” Say what? I look puzzled at my friend. “It’s normal in Spain to throw your napkin on the floor when you’re done eating your tapas,” he continues.
Why is Easter Island called Easter Island?, I wondered. Has Easter got anything to do with the island at all?
Slow travelling: taking it easy on your travels instead of rushing from one highlight to the next.
There’s topic that I think more people need to know about. Uluru, Australia. To be more precise: climbing Uluru.
A very cool video showing 11 different countries in 60 seconds.
A couple of days ago I walked and cycled around town with a tourist. A friend of a friend came to visit Holland so I was more than happy to welcome the girl from Brazil and show her around.