Bingo! Come play with us…

Bingo!Join the Prince Albert Microadventures Challenge Follow the course of the Leiwater Dance in the Rain Enjoy aSunrise Walk on the Koppie Write a few lines & release your inner poet Taste some fresh figs Ride, walk or hike the Swartberg Pass Read a Book about Prince Albert Have pan- cakes at the Saturday MarketContinue reading “Bingo! Come play with us…”

Tortoise and Hare

… or how to keep moving in global pandemic. A hybrid Bike’n Hike from Keurbooms to Kirkenes From the southern edge of Africa to the north-eastern corner of Europe Touching the Indian and the Arctic Oceans A literal & literary journey of a good few thousand kilometres With abundant room for real and imaginary detours.Continue reading “Tortoise and Hare”

The Great Little Book of Prince Albert Microadventures

It was a bit of a rush to the finish line, and then what felt like an eternal wait, but on 23 December, three boxes of books finally arrived. Imagine the excitement! Immediately, they started to spread their wings and landed under many a Christmas tree in sunny Prince Albert. They also found good companyContinue reading “The Great Little Book of Prince Albert Microadventures”

COMING SOON!!!

Microadventures are for everyone – young and old, tall or small, fit or funky. Pull up your socks and get out of your comfort zone. Discover gorgeous views and endless vistas; feel the silence, listen to the wind and greet the sun. Meet the tortoise and the kudu. Connect with nature and your inner adventurer;Continue reading “COMING SOON!!!”

The World in Books – 2018

“Books are the plane, and the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home.” —Anna Quindlen Each book is a journey through space and time, allowing a glimpse into other worlds and their stories. A possibility to discover new countries, continents, universes. An opportunity to connect with different, oftenContinue reading “The World in Books – 2018”

Encounters #6 Swallows – Andorinhas

“True hope is swift, and flies with swallow’s wings.” – William Shakespeare If it’s true that one swallow does not make a spring, as Aristotle already knew, does it then mean that many swallows do make summer? That should mean that wherever I go in Portugal, there’s eternal summer, for the swallows are everywhere. BlueContinue reading “Encounters #6 Swallows – Andorinhas”

A little Arctic Adventure

Sitting on the Inlandsbanan somewhere in the middle of nowhere in Swedish Lapland and heading south, I am saving my legs a good thousand kilometers of riding through forest and wilderness. A pity perhaps, but sometimes time, although elastic, is of the essence and choices have to be made. But let me start at theContinue reading “A little Arctic Adventure”