Our planet is home to many great travel destinations for the adventure enthusiast. From mountain biking to sailing and rock climbing, there is adrenaline-fuelled fun to be had in all four corners of the globe. Subsequently, choosing the right destination for your adventure holiday is not always an easy feat. With this in mind, here’s a quick guide to some of the best adventure travel destinations in 2014.
Morocco is home to four magnificent mountain ranges, the Sahara Desert and awe-inspiring stretches of Mediterranean and Atlantic coastline. This is a great destination for hikers and climbers as there are fewer tourists when compared to many similar Northern American and European trails. Morocco is also an up-and-coming travel destination for surfers with Taghazout offering some top waves.
So I’ve been conspicuously absent lately … to my dedicated following who has wondering where I went to these past two weeks, apologies! While I am committed to producing an excellent blog that spills the beans on how to enable and live a life of excitement, the enabling part has taken over in the recent few weeks.
In order to fund my playboy lifestyle of wandering exotic parts of the world, I have started up a freelance writing business (got content you need written? Talk to me.) With a little help from my friends in the travel blog community, I’ve inked a number of clients, and in the past couple of months, business has been booming.
NOTE FROM JAMES: The following is a guest post contributed by Angela Stevens, who has become the first author on this site other than myself in its history. All views expressed are her own and do necessarily reflect my opinion, nor that of The Pursuit of Excitement. That said, I am a big fan of poker, so it gives me great pleasure to present the following post to you
New Year’s Eve in Chiang Mai is a holiday that is treated by the locals in the manner that we regard Christmas. It’s a joyous occasion where people get to get with their families, celebrate, and make wishes for a prosperous and happy year ahead. One of these traditions involves lighting a lantern and releasing it into the sky. On the day of/in the days leading up to the big day, vendors will be selling these collapsed paper bags with a wick that is shaped like a doughnut. This is what you and thousands of people will be sending into the sky en masse on New Year’s Eve in Chiang Mai …