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How 2013 was an amazing year. Pt. 2.

By February 12, 2014September 17th, 2016No Comments

Dears. It’s already halfway through 2014 (this is how I feel.. where did January go?!) and I hadn’t gotten around to share my 2nd half of 2013. It may or may not feel slightly obsolete now, but before jumping right back into the latest travel adventures, here’s to rounding up an amazing 2013.

July took me to Japan to climb Mount Fuji and then to be over the moon at Fuji Rock Festival. I also went to Taiwan for the first time in my life. And it was the month that I ran the Inner Mongolia Grassland Marathon. What a month!

mount fuji

August continued with a trip to HongKong as well as a bike tour to Suzhou. And then straight into September, which was filled with yet another HongKong trip and then an epic Nepal adventure that included a stint in Kathmandu, Phokara where I went paragliding for the first time in my life and finally hiking to Annapurna Basecamp.


October then was a month of visitors, which was super nice – 5 friends in 4 weeks. November took me back to Taiwan, where I dipped into the world of Totoro (more on that later) and finally my dad arrived in December and we set off to explore Myanmar.

This gives you an outlook of what’s still to expect and I conclude by wishing you a most fabulous year of the horse, which – according to my Chinese friends – is one of the luckiest.

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