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The West Highland Way Day 4: Crianlarich – Bridge of Orchy

Hiking 154 km from Milngavie to Fort William, Scotland Day 4: Crianlarich – Tyndrum – Bridge of Orchy (24.5 km) The day started grey with wind and rain in Crianlarich. This was the first time we had to use our rain-covers. The dense forest of Crianlarich gave us some cover against the wind, however soon

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The West Highland Way Day 3: Inversnaid – Crianlarich

Hiking 154 km from Milngavie to Fort William, Scotland Day 3: Inversnaid – Crianlarich (24.4 km) Today our trip would take us from the rocky shoreline of Loch Lomond to the higher grounds in Crianlarich. Walking on these rocks close to the water, with the sound of burling deer in the forest, is great to start

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The West Highland Way Day 2: Balmaha – Inversnaid

Hiking 154 km from Milngavie to Fort William, Scotland Day 2: Balmaha – Rowardennan – Inversnaid (24.4 km) After a clear, cold night we woke up with the sound of singing birds and a rising sun. While we were packing, a ‘fresh’ spaghetti bolognese was cooking to provide us with enough energy for the next

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The West Highland Way Day 1: Milngavie – Balmaha

Hiking 154 km from Milngavie to Fort William, Scotland As an outdoor-fan the West Highland Way was on my wish-list for a long time. From 13 -19 October the four of us walked this magnificent trail from starting point Milngavie to Fort William. To walk, camp and fully enjoy the beautiful Scottish surroundings. Although we

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Gallery: beautiful places across the world #1

Some great pictures from beautiful places I’d like to share with you, starting with this first gallery. If you recommend a destination feel free to contact me and I will place it in the next gallery. Enjoy! 0001

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Drone films whale sharks and mantas rays

Whale sharks and mantas filmed with a drone Cancun – Mexico. Another great aerial view shot from a quadcopter drone filming these gigantic plankton eating Whale Sharks and Manta Rays. What an amazing experience this must be, to swim and be close to these animals in a crystal clear water. 0000

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JetItUp shows statistics, facts & maps for the frequent flyer

I found this website JetItUp which gives users a complete overview of their (frequent) flying history. Flights, routes, and statistics are visualized. To login you can use your Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or TripIt account. For the statistic lovers you can see details like: The number of miles you have flown The countries you have visited

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