5 top experiences abroad

20 Nov

1. Paragliding at Hopfgarten in Austria.

If you look really closely you will see the paraglider in the sky. The views of the alps were stunning.

 2. The gibbon zip-line experience in Laos.

The Gibbon Experience is an ecotourism adventure; a system of zip lines that soar high above the jungle. Click the image to watch my video.

 3. Motorcycle ride around the Mekong Delta in Vietnam.

This photo was taken while riding with my friend Jess who was living in Soc Trang, Vietnam. It's worthwhile taking your own time to explore this area.

 4. Climbing to the summit of Mount Fuji in Japan.

The difficulty of the climb to this summit should not be underestimated. Click the image to read my blog post on the Mount Fuji climb.

 5. Feeding elephants at Chiang Mai in Thailand.

Volunteering at the Elephant Nature Park in northern Thailand allows you to care for injured elephants. Click the image to watch my video.

By Marissa Toohey


4 Responses to “5 top experiences abroad”

  1. twotiretirade November 21, 2011 at 2:56 AM #

    Incredible experiences! Ive still yet not had a chance to visit Thailand. Hopefully soon!

    • theBubbleBuster November 23, 2011 at 11:33 AM #

      There’s lots to see and do in Thailand. Maybe I should write a post dedicated to Thailand … 🙂

  2. RoadRoving.com November 22, 2011 at 4:18 PM #

    Nice post… this is a great site, love the layout. Keep writing, maybe I’ll see you around Australia next year!

    • theBubbleBuster November 23, 2011 at 11:32 AM #

      Thanks very much, I’m glad you’re enjoying my blog!

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