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Monthly Archive: Feb 2014

27
Feb

Ten days in Ecuador

I asked a friend a while ago when a holiday becomes an expedition – his answer was that if you come back weighing less than when you left, it’s an expedition. Whilst I like this definition, it was a moot point on this trip. There was no way it could have risked turning into an …

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26
Feb

Mexico 2013 Part I: Welcome To Mexico!

Below: Matt Beauchamp, Rio Minas Viejas, photo by Adam Goshorn From my house in Mentone, Alabama it is almost exactly a 27-hour drive to the take-out for the Cascadas Micos section of the Rio Valles in San Luis PotosiMexico.  For the eighth time in the last nine years, friends trickled into my house the night …

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26
Feb

NZ living- Okere Falls

Being based in Okere Falls at the banks of the Kaituna for the summer is awesome. Amazingly beautiful location, super good folks to paddle with and an amazing local run to lap and lap everyday. Besides surf within 20 minutes drive and amazing mountain bike trails in Rotorua. Amazing sunsets on Rotoiti lake where the …

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22
Feb

A very WNC January

So this year we had an amazing January and early February in WNC. During my time back around there was a possibility to do a little bit of everything. There was rain, snow and sunshine so the triple threat of kayaking, snowboarding and mountain biking were all in play. When I got back I returned …

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16
Feb

Dreaming of New Zealand

It has been a few months now since I returned to the UK from New Zealand but I can’t stop thinking about the time I spent there. The first couple of weeks were spent in domestic servitude for the Great British Ladies White Water Rafting Team, at their World Championships near Roturua. With only time …

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