A lot has changed since I wrote my last post… At the beginning, this blog was more or less my travel journey, but because of the current situation, I didn’t get to travel much in 2020, but this doesn’t mean that I was stuck in one place. In fact Corona made a refugee out of … More Is this it???
Climbers are special, because they optimize everything and especially time 🙂 . When is the right time for a rest day? First, you check the weather forecast to decide when to have a rest day. How to productively use the rest day? By driving to another climbing location of course. The landscape didn´t change that … More Viva Las Vegas
My travels through the States were somehow inspired by English songs, so I was thinking I would just follow the lyrics from the Eagles that mentions Arizona. I didn’t “have seven women” or men “on my mind” (what are they singing about?!), but CLIMBING. So “I was standing on a corner in” Benson, Arizona “such … More Take It Easy
It took me six hours to fly from New York to San Francisco and the funny thing was, that even after going so far people were still speaking the same language, which wouldn’t be the case in EU 🙂 . My friend Tony picked me up from the airport and I must say it’s such … More Californication
In keeping with tradition and escaping the central European December, made me wonder where can I go this year to get more sun and to climb. Because I needed some advice I asked father Google about the destinations and he recommended some spots in South California and Nevada. So I booked a ticket for the … More New York, New York…
If life is like a checklist than I could say I checked most of the things that come from France: like French fries, French kissing, baguette, croissant, brie… I even climbed in France in the Ailefroide area and Ceuse, but what do you do if a French friend contacts you and invites you to come … More Rocky croissant