Outdoor

December 17, 2013
ATWS 2013 Skiing in Namibia

Have You Ever Been… Sand Skiing in the Namib Desert?

The All New Sand Activity I have built sand castles, been sand boarding (both sitting down and standing up), rolled down sand dunes, and even ridden an ATV across sand dunes. On my recent trip to Namibia, our tour organizers […]
June 7, 2013
Dambulla Cave Temple, Sri Lanka

Celebrating the Vesak Day in Dambulla Cave Temple, Sri Lanka

Celebrating Vesak Day in Sri Lankan Way The train to Anantapur from Colombo broke down, long story. We had to get off at Kurungala. It was a pleasant experience, actually, but the accident left us without a plan. We decided […]
April 25, 2013
Finding Nemo

Finding Nemo in Malapascua Island, the Philippines

Underwater world of Malapascua Island was as great as over the water Two weeks of my journey in the Philippines is finished. It was a complex mixture of good, extreme bad and something in between. The country was hard to […]
November 29, 2012
At the top of Mt.Bromo in Indonesia

Hiking to the Active Volcano in Java, Indonesia – Mount Bromo

Hiking to the active volcano in Indonesia Have you ever thought about visiting the active volcano? Volcano is the living evidence of the life of the earth. As a science-nerd, I was always wondering what would it like to see […]
June 8, 2012

Runaway Photo: Emei Shan in Photos

For the three days when I was walking in the Emei Shan, was keep thinking how can I describe my feelings about this experience. What could be the appropriate words? Well, I was angry for several reasons. There was not […]
March 24, 2012

China’s Finest Hiking Trail: Tiger Leaping Gorge in Photos

  Tiger Leaping Gorge, where the tiger leaped over to the other side of the gorge a long time ago, is considered one of the best hiking trails in China. It is located 60km north from Lijiang old town, Yunnan […]
February 29, 2012

Cycling Around Luang Namtha, Laos

    Luang Namtha is just an hour away from Chinese border. Lots of travelers pass this town from/to China and other Southeast Asia countries. There’s not many things to do around, but it’s a good place to laid back […]
November 10, 2011

Small Things that Make Your Hiking Trip Better

    Multiple days hiking trip is a great microadventure. It is a compact version of the simple life: pack light and travel further. The backpack with essential hiking gears, a tent and a sleeping bag are all we need. And, […]
November 3, 2011

Runaway Photo: Bukit China of Malacca, Malaysia

    Malacca is a peaceful little town in southern Malaysia. It was a great destination between two big cities; Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. The best ways to look around Malacca are bike ride and walk. One day, my friend […]
September 18, 2011

Runaway Photo: Hiking at Green Mountains of Vermont and Irene

    Hiking in Vermont is one of the things that you should do in Vermont. (Reference Post: 100+ things to do inVermont by Solo Friendly ) In Green Mountain State, we choose Breadloaf Wilderness for an overnight hiking. – […]
June 12, 2011

Camping Entertainment: Video Presentation

When you go camping, have you ever thought you are bored?   Recently I went to spontaneous trip with my friend Katie Tibbetts. It starts as a simple camping trip, but we end up at the International Airport, horrible highway […]
December 2, 2010

Olle Course 10 Expedition – A Story by Thomas M. Holst

#The New Contents! The very first Guest of honor on #Runaway tales by Runawayers Category is Thomas M. Holst. Tom is from Omaha, US, and spend last few years in China and Korea. We met on my recent Jeju trip. […]