Though daily life and routines feel sense of security and basis for going towards your vision, it is adventures that keep us feeling alive, isn’t it? When you feel excited and curious about seeing new places, never know what to expect. I tend to be highly future oriented, constantly thinking what I should do for my personal development, learning more about life and the world. Traveling is one of the greatest forms to tackle this, even the restless soul of mine is finally fully present, wanting to take all in of the new experience. You can read books to develop your intelligence, but it is living the life when you put this intelligence into practise.
You rarely regret going on adventures. Dare to take a chance, see new places, open up to new people. You just might end up finding the most beautiful landscapes, feel like walking on the surface of moon, seeing no other people besides your team… Getting a kiss on what feels like on top of the world, appreciating the beauty of the untouched nature with your dear friend on edge of a cliff. Realizing that this moment is all we’ve got, yet it does not restrict of dreaming about future adventures… Camping among huge trees, in the light of a fire and full moon, toasting marshmallows, boiling your water on a gas stove… (I so much look up to the guys who handled the skills needed!) Well, this was our adventure, every one is different yet one thing is certain: There is still so much see.
As far as I can remember, it was my first night ever in a tent. Being disconnected, out of reach of signal to be connected to the rest of the world, watching the fire for hours – my kind of activity. Truly enjoying the things you have around you: nature, friends, fire, food… The hikes itself were incredible. There’s no way I could’ve captured what we saw to photos. We took the extreme hike through caves. I truly felt like being on another planet.
The way back to Supermoon was giving light to our way back home. Though I enjoy city vibes, I might just enjoy being in untouched, non-populated nature even more. The nature teaches you wisdom.