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hiking, travel

At the end of the military road

Coming down the mountain from Mestia, Svaneti, wasn’t easy. Just being in the mountains is an amazing experience. You never get bored of it. But travelling is moving, so we did. First we headed for Tskaltubo, near Kutaisi, a bit of a strange place that...

fishing, travel

Georgian dreams and a bit of Turkish delight

When a yearlong travel across Europe became a plan, I immediately wanted to go to Georgia. Don’t ask my why, but something about it triggered me. I think it just felt exotic and far enough away to be interesting. So after our Romanian adventures, we...

fishing, travel

Romania, we say goodbye not farewell

As the sun sets and the mists fade, we leave for the dark home of Vlad “the Impaler” Dracul. We prepare ourselves for the worst and hope we’ll make it out alive as mortals. In the shady distance on a hill ahead, a castle rises...

fishing

go fishing

Beep, beep, beep,… Sunday morning 5.00 AM, time to get out of bed. Outside it’s still dark and rain is pouring down. It’s probably only 3 or 4 degrees Celsius. I couldn’t be more exited. Today I go out fishing. Half an hour later I’m...

fishing

three years of sea trout

As Easter comes closer, I get that itch again. It’s time to start thinking about sea trout again. This year it will be the third time I’m making the trip, so I’m still pretty inexperienced but completely hooked. Why? Simple. Fishing for sea trout isn’t...

microadventures

WAO let it snow, let it snow…

When snow falls I always get itchy. Not the kind of itch that goes away with a good shower or bath. No, the one remedy is putting up a tent in the magical white powder from the sky and spend the night in it. Good...

microadventures

the foldable, the inflatable and the assembled

WAO friend, Tim, had another adventure planned and I was invited together with three others. I gladly accepted and before I knew it, I was on my way to the Belgian Ardennes for a 20K winter float trip on the Semois, the most beautiful river...