#Hike25 /52 is complete ✔️ I did this hike back in January with my friend but this time in the sunrise. 5 months ago, I wasn’t where I wanted to be. I saw significance improvement in my hiking and body as a beginner/hardly experienced hiker. To list it, here are some of the differences I noticed almost halfway through my @52hikechallenge:
•I was never able to go hike solo.
•I am terrified of heights but I think I’m conquering that more and more and my fear for heights is getting lesser.
•My balance was pretty bad before this challenge and now I can say my balance has been so much better and I can stand long periods of time without needing to rest!
•I was never able to go down a steep trail without having to hold onto a friend and taking a very slow slow time, now I’ve improved going down on my own and a little faster than the turtle I was.
•One of the things I loved: My fat mass decreased on my legs to my ankles. My legs are so much more toned and hard to the touch. I never thought I’d develop more muscles there.
•I can kill a 400-ft elevation hike up to the top in 30 minutes! My time to go up has decreased by more than half.
•I was not as prepared as a hiker, underestimating myself and almost suffered from heat exhaustion, now I’m more aware of what I should always carry and the times to go hiking.
•I used to rely so much on the downloaded maps on my AllTrails app but now, I am confident to find my way back on the trail without looking back at the map. My direction skills have improved.
•Lastly, I wrote this all while I’m on this trail sitting on a rock.
As you can see, there a lot of improvements since beginning my 52 Hike Challenge. Boy, do I hope (and I know) to keep on going! I was hardly active before this but now I want to keep being active no matter what it is: running, trying Brazilian Jiu Jitsiu, swimming, biking, etc. It is not just to prepare you to learn to hike better but be better in all areas of fitness! OH yeah and this whole thing is posted on my blog with more write ups😊
Tellinskivi in Tallinn is a is a great place to chill, hang, shop, listen to music, and dine.
I ended up coming here a few times and always had a different experience. My best one was simply sitting in the sun, having a craft beer, and listening to a live singer with back up drums and a dj.
. #tallinn#estonia #🇪🇪
On my way to the mountains of Georgia I got a lift with two rescuers. They work in the mountains to rescue (mostly) hikers.
One of the guys was constantly looking at the river.
We stopped several times. Also at this bridge. A lot of locals stood there. All very sad.
The rescuers told me that a someone drove into the river that morning.
In the late afternoon no-one had seen him yet, nor his car. They stood at several places along the river to hopefully see something.
A few days later I've been told they found the car. The person died...
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The Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre, also known as Macau Tower measures 338 m (1,109 ft). It offers the best view of Macau and in the recent years has been used for a variety of adventurous activities.
Imagine having breakfast with this view everyday!!!!
Shades of blue, changes my mood, it gives me a moment on which my dreams fly.😇😇😇 A raw picture. Clicked by - Hemal Shah Vaidya
Few moments are precious and rare, they come and go, and you won't know, forever they flow that's the way moment goes.Moment waits for nobody but lingers in a form of memory.
Moments makes memories and memories are precious, so what are we left with just moments.
Holidays get better when experiences are shared, this fathers day share your travel stories you took with your dad.
The first time he took you to a trek trip, The first time you splashed water in the pool, the first time a safari trip to trace animals and much more.
And if the memories have faded then it's to make a new one. #happyfathersday#travelstories#trekking
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The World famous Kolhapuri Red Chilies at local market in Pune. If you love to experiment with regional ingredients then you must visit local market around Shaniwarwada, Pune.