Sometimes I get quite upset, thinking about the fact that this world is so beautiful, in all its majesty, and I have yet to see a tenth of what is out there.
I have lived and breathed for 22 years.
And all I want to do is travel, travel, travel.
Completely plausible explanation. You see, I fell into a crevasse whilst I was trekking through the Peruvian Andes and just managed to make it back to civilisation by the skin of my teeth!
It was tough and at one point I had to pull a Bear Grylls (you know what I mean, and if you don’t… you never will).
But I made it back alive, and in honour of my dedication and will to live, I propose that we never speak of my disappearance from the blogosphere again :)
Here’s me being rescued by a gentleman that looked suspiciously similar to Jake Gyllenhaal.
This is the second in a series of posts inspired by my trip to China back in 2011, which I have decided to call Snapshots of China. My purpose in doing this is to hopefully dispel some of the negativity surrounding China, as it is my ancestral land.
This time I am taking you through the mountains of Inner Mongolia.
I’ve been so MIA :(
Once exams finish I’ll be back in full force!
Check out the Santorini series by Hanny on Beraradisini.com
via Santorini | 1. The Art of Travelling Alone.
This is the first in a series of posts inspired by my trip to China back in 2011, which I have decided to call Snapshots of China. My purpose in doing this is to hopefully dispel some of the negativity surrounding China, as it is my ancestral land. Granted that there are many areas that seem ‘backward’ to those of us gazing upon China from the other side of the world, China can sometimes be quite alluring in her mystery, ancient charms and vast array of delicious foods.
Don’t believe me?
Wait and see.