This Is Not The End !! (2 minutes video teaser)

Here I am… back in good old Belgium daydreaming about that unforgettable journey I just lived…  I feel so blessed and lucky that I was able to fulfill my dream and it would never had been so memorable without all the great people who crossed my path.  So thank you to all the people I … Continue reading

Valle De La Luna

San Pedro de Atacama, an oasis in the middle of the vast Atacama desert in Northern Chile. Numerous natural phenomenon can be seen here such as the Tatio geisers, Valley of the Death, Valley of the Moon, Salar de Atacama, El Tatio geysers, Laguna Cejar and much more. Valley of the Moon was the thing … Continue reading

Surfing The Desert

After the 2h morning boat trip in Islas Ballestas, Golnaz & I took the bus to Ica (1h15-35s), a small city in the desert of the Pisco province, 3-4 hours south of Lima.   The concrete houses, dirt roads, graffiti painted walls, street vendors,… reminded me a lot to cities in India.  The delicious & … Continue reading

Genie Green Electric

A place that fascinated me for many years were the Florida Keys & the crazy idea to connect all those islands with bridges for a total of 126 miles, even more! From Key Largo, the largest island to the tip of Key West, the Keys are linked by 42 bridges scattered along the 126-mile (209km) … Continue reading

Crazy hikes

The only option to explore the different Hawaiian islands is in general by flight.  You can choose from several airlines and I chose for Go Airlines.  Keep in mind that you will always have to pay an additional fee for your luggage once you check in at the desk.  But I wouldn’t recommend Go Airlines. … Continue reading

The Garden Island

The Hawaiian Islands archipelo is the most isolated chain in the world. It extends from the island of Hawai’i to Kure Atoll in the northwest, a distance of over 1500 miles.  The islands are a group of volcanos that have risen up over a ‘hot spot‘ of molten rock that wells up from deep in … Continue reading

Solway Lass

Crystal  blue waters, colourful reefs, white sand beaches & green hills covered by rainforests overlooking infinite sugar cane fields are the setting for Airlie Beach, a small coastal town in the south of Queensland. The town itself is a rather touristic place with heaps of apartments, hostels, shopping streets, … Not really my favourite destination … Continue reading

Mekka of extremez

After a couple of relaxing days in Wanaka, a rural & pittoresk town at the edge of Lake Wanaka, we left for the slightly busier town of Queenstown.  Both are situated between the deep waters of respectively Lake Wanaka / Lake Wakatipu & the rugged, snow-topped peaks of the Southern Alps.  The appeal lies in … Continue reading