Day 45: El Calafate (Glacier visit)
Are you ready to be blown away? Here's a glimpse of our visit to the spectacular Perito Moreno Glacier in Los Glaciers National Park.
One gulp of the sweet, fresh air and we were hooked to this natural wonder. We enjoyed soaking up the sun and watching the shelves of ice tumble from the glacier and crash into the lake below. Everywhere we turned, there was an enchanting vista to take in.
Take our word, if you only visit one glacier in your life, then Perito Moreno should be the one, sorry…MUST
be the one! #SouthAmericaExpedición.
Cycling really is everywhere in Copenhagen, even on their walls.
I’m not the most confident cyclist but in Copenhagen I had nothing to worry about. It was fun, felt safe and not too rushed - the perfect way to ride 🚴🏼♀️ #travel#copenhagen#cycling#grundytravels
Hong Kong was one of the first cities that stole a younger, more optimistic, me's heart a few years ago. It was nice to be reminded of that energy again. See you soon HK ❤
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Getting ready for my first public presentation on my travels has given me some time to reflect on how it all got started, almost ten years ago.
I was still a teenager when @criheymann and I decided that we wanted to go to Alaska. I didn't know a lot about the outdoors or traveling. I'd never carried a heavy pack before, or slept in a sleeping bag. I'd never been above treeline or started a fire.
It didn't matter; what I did have was a real desire to see the world, and the willingness to find a way to make it happen no matter what. We had next to no money at the time, and--this is a true story--paid for half of our airfare to Alaska with change that we'd been saving since middle school.
The outdoor skills, traveling know-how, photography--that all came later, and with time. It starts with being hungry and making a decision that this is what you want to do. Then you just take the leap and go for it.
That's the mentality that I had when I started when I was 19, and still have today.