GREAT FOREST NATIONAL PARK MY VISION

I am walking amidst the forests in the area proposted as Great Forest National Park from the community. We are in the area of Mt. Baw Baw at ca. 1300 asl. As soon as I got out of the car an inebriating scent of alpine eucalypt permeate my senses. First we went to the lookout … Continue reading GREAT FOREST NATIONAL PARK MY VISION

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Connessi con la Natura, connessi con se stessi.

Cosa significa connessione con la natura e con se stessi? Per me ascoltare il ritmo della natura mi aiuta a scegliere le vie che portano ad una vita più soddisfacente. Vorrei condividere con questo post la scelta che ha cambiato la mia vita radicalmente e che mi permette di vivere rimanendo fedele ai miei ideali … Continue reading Connessi con la Natura, connessi con se stessi.

Pashupatinati last Hindu journey and Boudha Great Stupa

Pashupatinath is one of the last resort of Hindus before their life transmigrate into the next life. Walking through the smelly smoke makes you feel like a small particle burning into ashes in the air. But it also houses the holy Shivalinga (the holy symbol of Lord Shiva). Death and Life are intertwined here. On … Continue reading Pashupatinati last Hindu journey and Boudha Great Stupa

EBC – Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp (5380 mt asl). All started when I finished reading Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer in Pokhara. I told myself that the Everest Base Camp trek would have been a crowded one and full of mountain climbing maniacs. But a couple of days later, I found out that I needed to go … Continue reading EBC – Everest Base Camp Trek

ABC – Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Annapurna is one of the highest mountains in the Himalayas Range in Nepal. With his 8091 metres, Annapurna I is the 10th highest peak in the world. It was also my very first multi-day hike in the mountains. I am greatful for this amazing experience that taught me a lot about myself first of all … Continue reading ABC – Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Dreaming of Bhaktapur

  Wandering in the streets of Bhaktapur, you realize this village just outside Kathmandu, is frozen in a forgotten time. People have a different spirit compared to some other busy areas in the capital. Along the streets, carpets of wheat paint the squares like gold. Typical handicrafts cover the small shops where you can find … Continue reading Dreaming of Bhaktapur