If you look up or type adventure in a dictionary you’ll find experience as a synonym, and travelling to another country with a different spoken language can be definitely one, a reminder of the importance of being kind and sympathetic to others, no matter where we you are, what your language is or where you are from. We all are in the same type of adventure, life.
Spontaneous and adventurous; those are the two words that I would always tell people when asked what kind of person am I. Traveling and eating are two of my favorite things to do. I like trying out new things, discovering new places and meeting new people.
Discover a hidden car-free island paradise off the west coast of Sweden. You can snorkel a coral reef, bike, hike, and kayak without risking crowds and sunburn. Enjoy peace and quiet away from the stress of modern life.
Hiking in snow, reaching the summit of Chandrashila peak at 13,120 feet, camping next to a beautiful alpine lake, rafting on and jumping into the ice-cold waters of a Himalayan river from over 20 feet were just some of the activities that these teenagers did on their first ever trip to the Himalayas!