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In the fall of 2019, I walked the Camino de Santiago from Ferrol to Santiago de Compostela (known as the Camino Ingles). Highlights included taking a detour and meeting up with friends in the Fragas Do Eume, walking before the sun rises, and making many cat friends along the way. Also just past Bruma, inexplicably, there's a dinosaur by the side of the road. It was a great experience and I would like to walk a longer pilgrimage one day.
A walk from home, discovered during the first UK lockdown when we weren't allowed to drive anywhere for exercise. Good news: the ice cream parlour was open for refreshments. Bad news: the pub was not.
My home away from home, the British Virgin Islands! Sunday mornings were hiking days and I had a few lucky occasions to join in on the fun. Walks in the rain or even getting caught in the bush without a machete still bring up fond memories. One small hike even brought us to a kayak spot for a little trip around the bay. With the help of our fearless hiking leader, this map was created as the group continues to hike around the island and provide me video and photo updates while being locked in Colorado. I can’t wait for our new adventures!
Salvador...It’s my birth and childhood city, where I lived until move to São Paulo. I have the fondest memories about places I used to go with my parents. Small (great) pleasures. This is what my inside child remembers of a ( today) very chaotic but super beautiful and charming city. It was the first capital of Brazil, what makes it unique in many ways.
This year has made me appreciate many little things which i usually took for granted.Never knew that i would enjoy drawing birds(crows are very curious and they look at what u are drawing),binge watched many series and schitt's creek was a gem,got stuck in this never ending cycle of de-cluttering,books,cooking lessons from my grandma,calls from my family and friends and many more.Oh and also witnessed a tree crashing due to a heavy cyclone!!There were many stuffs that i wanted to illustrate but couldn't cram in here.To a wonderful 2021.
This 5 km route is my favorite Sunday stroll in Basel. Most of the time you can walk along Rhine or also swim into it in the summer. The walk includes some history buildings like the Basler Muenster and Letziturm and a little bit of culture in Kunstmuseum and Museum Tinguely. For the thirsty ones the mini truck Kaffee-Mobile offers delicious coffee and other refreshing beverages. Not to forget on this route the vegan donut shop Mystifry with incredible yummy creations.
This summer I worked at Yellowstone National Park and the geyser basin was my literal backyard. With predicted and spontaneous eruptions, there was always something new to see while walking among the thermal features.
I was born and raised in Kyoto.Near my hometown, there exists Amanohashidate, one of the three most scenic spots in Japan.
It is an unusual landform with about 5,000 pine trees growing on a sandbar about 20 to 170 meters wide and 3.6 kilometers long.It is a formation created by nature over thousands of years.The view from the observatory is very good.You can walk, ride a bicycle or boat, or swim in the beach.It is also a popular way to enjoy nature.There are many old temples nearby.