Arctic Adventure Hostel
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Wow, Wow and double Wow, we could not have chosen a better excursion for Anchorage!!
Our day started off gloomy and overcast, and we wondered, as we walked the short distance in a gentle rain, to catch the bus for the short ride to the Alaskan Railway Depot, how much we would be able to see of the magnificent terrain our nine hour train/bus excursion would take us through. (Spoiler alert – it turned out to be ...
... no apparent reasons. Giggling madly, Elsa hopped in, as did the you-could-die for pilot, and before I could say Oh HELL No!, we were skittering over water and into the sky! Every time I thought I would faint, I looked to my left at the Alaskan–guy-god and thought there were no two persons I would rather die with.
Looking (reluctantly) through the window, and flying low over the area, I saw the vastness of the terrain, the ...
Bonus, got another dance performance from Cup'ik regions. Was surprised when they explained the different hand gestures used to narrative the stories of the songs being sung & drummed! Love the hand dance fans used by this region. Also explained men sit or crouched to dance to give women standing room in small lodges to dance & emphasized their pittance & ...
... was full mostly of the fishing ‘n hunting mob – easy to spot gangs of middle aged men, all dressed the same way and all looking mighty relieved to be swapping office and domestic drudgery for a few drunken, mosquito-infested days in the wilderness with “the boys”. Anchorage has a gleaming new international airport, named for its long-serving and almost disgraced late senator, Ted Stevens, presumably paid for by US tax payers via ...
... meeting you will get to meet your fellow travellers and the tour leader and cycling guide. After this we will go for a short orientation walk and our first dinner together. 05 March - Day 02 - KATHMANDU 06 March - Day 03 - NUWAKOT TO DHADING BESI - RIDEABLE 100%25, 50KM (31m), 1359M ASCENT, 1739 DESCENT A rapid "sealed road" descent starts the day from NUWAKOT to Trisuli Bazaar. From here the ride rejoins and rural and undulating jeep trail ...