• Can’t believe how majestic are the glaciers! | Day 1 of TMB from Chamonix-Mont-Blanc to Houches
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    Can’t believe how majestic are the glaciers! | Day 1 of TMB from Chamonix-Mont-Blanc to Houches

    Finally we made it! We are here at Chamonix-Mont-Blanc. After a long 2 day trip finally we are here. Now we are going to search for a tourist office and for the weather forecast because it’s very important here. And we’ll show you around the town as well but for now it’s so impressive. We are so excited! The mountain office was closed already it’s 18pm. Now we are going to check out the camping. There are 2 or 3 campsites here. If the price would be good we rest there and if not we are going to wild camp as always. And tomorrow maybe we’ll be back here in…

  • Introduction to the Tour de Mont Blanc and how we got to Chamonix
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    Introduction to the Tour de Mont Blanc and how we got to Chamonix

    Hello, our friends! It’s Angelina and Dima here from Walking Nature World and today we are starting the tour de Mont Blanc hike. This trail is around 150kms in total and it goes around the summit of Mont Blanc. It crosses France, Italy and Switzerland. So it’s quite an international hike. And for us it’s probably won’t be the longest hike we’ve done because we’ve already done the Camino de Santiago and it was around 500kms. But definetely most high elevation one and possibly one of the most challenging. We are planning to do it in 8 or 9 days. But it will depend a lot on the weather conditions…

  • Bicycletouring France and Monaco – GER with ENG subtitles
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    Bicycletouring France and Monaco – GER with ENG subtitles

    Back in France! We just had to climb a huge Mountain And now we are at the border Here is the sign – “France” Now we take a nice picture And then we’ll start cycling France with a downhill ride Yeah I think This is the last big mountain of the Pyrenees And then it will become flater again France and Monaco September 2016 13 Days 666 km Good morning! Our first night in France was good We had a nice campingspot At this street but at night there were almost no cars Now it’s getting louder Yesterday we cycled about 60 km From which 65! 65 km the director…

  • Tracee Ellis Ross Had the Vacation from Hell
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    Tracee Ellis Ross Had the Vacation from Hell

    >>Jimmy: IT’S GREAT TO SEE YOU AND I WANT TO SAY THANK YOU. BECAUSE IN I THINK DECEMBER, YOU FILLED IN FOR ME AS HOST OF THE SHOW WHILE I WAS OUT. AND YOU DID A FANTASTIC JOB. [ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]>>YOUR KINDNESS. >>Jimmy: AS I KNEW YOU WOULD. I SPECIFICALLY SAID, PLEASE ASK TRACEE TO DO THIS, I KNEW YOU WOULD BE VERY GOOD AT IT. >>THANK YOU FOR ASKING ME. YOUR JOB IS WAY HARDER THAN YOU MAKE IT LOOK. >>Jimmy: YOU THINK IT’S HARD?>>THERE’S CERTAIN BITS I THOUGHT, THIS WAS FUN. THE CLOCK THREW ME. >>Jimmy: KEEPING AN EYE ON THE CLOCK. >>THE SCARIEST THING IN…

  • We got kicked out of the camping! | First day of Camino del Norte
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    We got kicked out of the camping! | First day of Camino del Norte

    Hi! Good morning! Today is our first day of Camino de Santiago. Yesterday it was a very hard day for us, extremely hard. Because when we left you we were about to enter the camping and we entered it and afterwards we got kicked out of it. So the security guy said that without reservation it’s impossible to sleep there. And we had no reservation because we weren’t sure where we’ll stay, where the bus will leave us. So yeah it was an unseen event, we were shocked and already tired from 9 hours non-stop bus experience. And then we were searching another camping until 4am. We had to walk…