The Brandenburg Gate When you go to Berlin, there is no way of avoiding the Brandenburg Gate. It is an absolute must-see. Ladden with history, it is also a thing of beauty. When I was there last month, I was […]
Lively, but not crowded. Spacious, but nor empty. Clean, but not sterile. Stylish and yet not designed but randomly mixed and grown over time. Modern, but full of history. All of this is Hastings, a lovely town on the British […]
So, here it was, the last leg of my hike on the West Highland Way. The prospect was great: Good weather and no physical challenges along the way. This part was going to be the easiest by far. I was […]
Facing the devil Most walkers who undertaken endeavor like talking the West Highland Way will probably do some degree of preparation. And it’s very unlikely that they miss the Devil’s Staircase in the process. If you have followed this series […]
It’s the same with everything we do. There always a superlative. There’s always the best, the coolest, the most impressive or breathtaking, most beautiful. But there’s also the hardest, the most strenuous, the least pleasing and most annoying, the toughest. […]
Let’s face it: You probably can’t walk 154km without things getting monotonous every once in a while. For me, this happened on this leg of the trip. This is not the West Highland Way’s fault though. The landscape is absolutely beautiful here on this stretch, too. There were several factor’s, however, that made this leg of the trip slightly less enjoyable than the previous ones.
Last week I was interviewed by the traveling image maker Ugo Cei himself. Himself being a long time member of The Arcanum, we have known each other for a while. Ugo found interest in my ongoing West Highland Way travelogue […]
In this part of my West Highland Way travelogue I encounter the legendary monster of Loch Tulla, am offered help from friendly Scottish walkers, find a luxury en-suite accommodation right next to the way, finally meet some Scottish natives of a […]