The Trolltunga is one of Norway’s most spectacular natural sights. It stretches into the air high up over the Sørfjord. To stand up there once and look down on the world – that would be nice. If only it weren’t for a little problem – a problem called fear of heights.
One of the many reasons to travel is the search for adventures. Traveling, indeed, has always been something special. It always was – and in parts still is – exciting, mythical, and shrouded in legend. This is particularly true for the time when traveling still was a necessity and when journeys were arduous, especially those crossing borders – long before passport controls and simple visa regulations, long before the invention of the airplane or the automobile.
Without taking risks, traveling is not traveling but just a change of place. There is no need to be afraid of adventures. Listen to the words of a wise man.
There is a reason that the Lonely Planet USA cover is a photograph of a car on an empty road. Road trips are a modern version of the American Dream.
A canopy tour requires courage. But you’ll never regret it. Zip-lining in Rincón de la Vieja National Park in Costa Rica is a once in a lifetime experience.