Monthly Archives: July 2017

Cooking grill for Food Gems In Kuala Lumpur As the weather in Asia transformed into it’s full-fledged monsoon season, I had decided to make my way from Nepal to Bali with a quick layover in Kuala Lumpur; spending another 8 or so hours in the airport I have come to know like the back of my hand. Upon… Read More
cyclist in Endurance Events in Les Deux Alpes and Alpe D'Huez Les Deux Alpes and Alpe D'Huez might be best known as Alpine ski resorts, but both have plenty to offer for fans of endurance events. There are enough legendary cycling routes and gruelling trail runs to keep the most masochistic athlete happy all year round. This article presents a selection… Read More
Pipeline Masters in December on the North shore, Oahu As each calendar year comes to a close, people around the world look forward to the holiday season and all the festivities that come with it. But for true surfing fans, the month of December only means one thing. The Annual Billabong Pipeline Masters. Pipeline Overview Billabong Pipe Masters is… Read More
exploring america's southwest There’s something pretty spectacular about road-tripping through America’s Southwest. Whether you’re driving down dusty desert roads that seem to go on forever, precariously peeking over incredible cliff faces, or standing dwarfed by unbelievable rock formations, prepare for your jaw to be permanently on the ground in awe of all the… Read More
Best Bars in Kuala Lumpur The words “drinking” and “cheap” or “free” in Kuala Lumpur aren’t exactly words you typically combine and although KL’s living expenses are manageable, drinking however is far from. (But fear not – we’ve got you covered.) Long gone are the days of having to succumb to dive bars with depressing… Read More
Helibike Nelson taking the bikes to the top in the helicopter On a very cold Sunday morning, at the end of a long stretch of an unsealed, deserted, and frost-covered road we emerged at a camping ground. There were no tents but a small collection of cars and people crunching around in the frost, trying to stay warm. There was a… Read More
North Face Mountain Festival The North Face Mountain Festival Lauterbrunnen is a picturesque valley town in one of the biggest conservation areas in Switzerland.  In this valley at the foot of the tremendous 1000ft Staubbach waterfall adventure is in the air in the form of The North Face Mountain Festival.  The North Face are… Read More
The best wakeboarding events in the world Wakeboarding is a 30 year old water sport that was born from water skiing. Think of it as the wet and wild cousin of snowboarding. Wakeboarding radicalized the waterski industry as fast as snowboarding did with skiing. It may initially seem extremely demanding, but wakeboarding does actually cater extremely well… Read More
Spartan Race medals Overcoming obstacles in life is one thing. Overcoming obstacles in the Spartan Race morphs you into a beast. And I mean that quite literally. There will be times where you channel your inner wild side and take on nature’s environment in the most brutal of ways. What should you expect?… Read More
Chasing Snow- Could You Survive in Constant Winter? It is a powerful thing to follow your passion. You find, in any area of life, having complete dedication to something, whether it’s your work, your hobbies or the people around you, sacrifices are required. For a skier chasing the snow, there is a sacrifice that many people could never… Read More


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