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Hiking in John Muir Wilderness. High Sierras

My Review of Lost Angel Walkabout: One Traveler’s Tales by Linda Ballou.You can practically hear the birds, smell the rain, and see the snow capped mountains as Linda tells stories with such vivid and exemplary detail. She gives a whole new meaning to adventure and exploration! Linda takes you on the ride of your life! Scrambling through the mountains in Alaska, encountering a momentous sea storm in Hawaii, and tussles through an… Read More

Monsoon arrives with a cosy feeling and great adrenaline rush to Trek in this lovely season and enjoy the moment. Let’s check out some of the best destinations for top monsoon treks in India. Please check the latest Covid travel guidelines for visiting India.

Man is not created for the concrete jungle, polluted air, and fast pace of life. That’s what most people will tell you but still, we prefer to live in bigger cities where we have easy access to every possible facility. As a result, most people complain about diseases and even worse people suffering from mental health issues when it comes to the fast-paced lifestyle. If you ever have to visit a psychologist,… Read More

Diego Garcia is a small isolated island located in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Its slogan reads “The Footprint of Freedom” and its primary function is a base or post for the U.S. military. To give you an idea where this place is because you may not find it on a map; it is 1,909 miles off the eastern coast of Tanzania and 1,357 miles south of India. This piece of… Read More

Some of the world’s most beautiful diverse landscapes and natural environments are located in national parks land regions. There are a number of extraordinary parks throughout all parts of the globe; however, you will find several parks to be unique and located in off the beaten path places within the United States. I put together a list of the parks I’ve visited recently. I based my top choice of parks on particular… Read More