“You can’t fall if you don’t climb. But there’s no joy of living your whole life on the ground.”
Like I promised, here’s a second post about climbing coming. This one I would like to direct to people from the “outside”, visiting Colorado, trying to find some state adventures or people who are maybe just moving in and want to check out that famous Colorado climbing.
Because cmon, it’s everywhere. Whoever you’ll ask- “Hey, what y’all doing in Colorado in the summer?” (yeah, I know, of course, no one will ask that, it’s a stupid question, but MAYBE). You’ll always hear the same answer.
Cause Colorado is about three things:
14ers, whitewater rafting and rock climbing
Continue reading “Colorado Climbing Treasures”
“Don’t be scared to walk alone. Don’t be scared to like it.” ~John Mayer
When less than two weeks ago I suddenly decided to go to New Orleans, the first question everybody asked when they found out was “who are you going with?”. Well, “by myself” was the only true answer I could give them. There were surprised faces, questions, consternation…
Why people travelling alone are such a surprise?
I asked myself a question once “what do I travel for?”. When you think about it, it’s a really hard question. The answers “because I want to see the world”, “because it’s cool”, “because everybody does” don’t come into play…
I’ve heard a lot of people say, they travel to find themselves. I think it’s an amazing answer. But I went further. We are all lost in this world, in our daily lives, in our routine. We want to run away, as far as we can. We want to find out who we are, where we belong and how far we can push ourselves.
And to find your borders you need to go beyond people’s limits, cross your “comfort zone”, try everything.
That’s why we travel alone.
It may be hard. It may be rough. It may be dangerous.
But it’s also a great adventure.
Continue reading “Fun weekend in New Orleans for Solo Traveller”