The Trip of the Sunrises. Israel, En Gedi, Wadi David

I left the wadi but I could still hear the gigglish sound of the water falling, I was happy and still wet with a black scarf around my body.  For few hours  I was immersed into another world, a world that is still there now..in my memories…… Read More

The Trip of the Sunrises. Israel, Wadi Dragot

Away from a bustling and never sleeping Tel Aviv and from the prayers rising to the sky from the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, deep in the Judean Desert, winding its way towards The Dead Sea, lies the most scenic and challenging canyon in Israel, Wadi Dragot or Wadi Darga. Nature was particularly generous with the deserts of Israel because for millennia was continuously carving deep hidden valleys, where rapid waterfalls were creating natural pools and high dry falls. Life was thriving in those places and even now a very rich flora and fauna can be found despite the dryness around. … Read More

Playa de Guigui, Gran Canaria`s Epic Trail

Facebook0Google0Linkedin0Pinterest0Twitter0MailHiking into the wild to reach the remote Playa de Guigui Guigui is one of the secluded and hard-to-reach beaches of Gran Canaria and with this two attributes it became imperative to see it. At the beginning of my vacation, I … Read More

Travelling, Photographing when seeking for Dracula

Walking on Dracula`s footsteps. Bucharest to Poienari Arges, Vidraru Dam and then trying to cross the Fagaras  mountains  to Transylvania on Transfagarasan road Another Sunday, another escape. This time, I wasn`t after a hard working week but after a night in … Read More

The Mountain and I

Facebook0Google0Linkedin0Pinterest0Twitter0MailWhen the mind wins over matter. Climbing  7 hours from Victoria town to Chalet Podragu, 2136 m  altitude, Fagaras Mountains I am always saying yes without thinking things through to all crazy trips ideas. The yes is coming first and … Read More