I visited Imlil because it was in the Atlas Mountains (which I’d heard were beautiful) and because, according to the map, it appeared to be a do-able half-day’s journey from Taroudant (which I hadn’t heard about but enjoyed very much when I somehow ended up there). But getting the journey to Imlil done required a very full day, with three different grand taxis, a mini bus, and lots of waiting and staring into beautiful space: Upon arrival, I was underwhelmed […]
Two of the local beverages in Martinique: The Lorraine factory doesn’t do tours (I asked) and neither does the Didier bottling facility (I was told). And the Didier water source is not accessible. BUT! There’s another waterfall that is called “Didier Falls” for some unknown reason. So why not take a walk in the jungle and pretend it was a visit to the source for both products? More lazy adventures here.
Thank you BBC Travel for describing my hike in Cocora Valley: Colombia’s Valley of the Palms But I took more photos (click on any photo to open a slideshow): Somehow, even after 5 hours of hiking, I still managed to drag myself up to the overlook in Salento and then wander back to the hostel through the colorful town. Must have been the hot chocolate and cheese. Or the fried…everything. More un-extreme outdoor fun here: The Lazy Adventurer