Rwanda is sometimes referred to as the land of one thousand hills(“Pays des Mille Collines” in french), and after pulling into Kigali I could see why. Continue reading “Running in Kigali” »
It’s a strange thing when I feel like sleeping in, and Victoria suggests waking up at 3:30am for two hikes and a swim in the Dead Sea, but that’s just what happened one day in Jerusalem.
Jerusalem is a city on hills, which makes it a beautiful, and challenging city in which to run. From buildings that are thousands of years old to brand new bikeways and pedestrian streets, it’s got a lot to offer anyone wishing to hit the pavement. Continue reading “Running in Jerusalem” »
The name Meteora can be literally translated to ‘middle of the sky’ or ‘in the heavens above’, and as our train first pulled into Kalambaka (the town at the foot of Meteora) I could see why. Continue reading “In the heavens above: The monasteries of Meteora, Greece” »
The Samaria Gorge is the second longest gorge in Europe, a place that attracts over 1000 hikers per day because of it’s beautiful scenery. It is also Victoria’s first anniversary gift to me! Continue reading “Hiking the Samaria Gorge, Crete” »