If there ever was a country that had terrain that seemed like it is from another planet, it is Iceland and where better to celebrate your marriage turning one than in a freezing country surrounded by absolutely nothing! My husband and I landed in the capital city of Reykjavik and began a 10-day journey traversing volcanoes, lava fields, icy, and snow laden roads with air so pure and views so magical; we may have lost our hearts to another world.
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Chasing tigers at Ranthambore National Park, India, scuba diving with fishies in Indonesia and road tripping through the snow-capped mountains of Kashmir, India— we love adventurous vacations and we’re lucky to have a group of friends as crazy about them as we are. This year, our motley crew was on the lookout for something pocket friendly yet mega exciting and we found our match in…
… *Drumroll* BORNEO, the land of rain forests, idyllic islands, noodles, hot curries and super-welcoming people! Borneo is the largest non-continental island in the world shared by the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak, Indonesian Kalimantan and the tiny nation of Brunei. Known for its rugged landscapes, world famous dive-sites, orangutans, clouded leopards and unusual wildlife; Borneo was a no-brainer.
Here, we’re giving you a day-wise itinerary for those thrill seekers ready for an adventure like no other.
Luxury hotels with feather mattresses softer than a baby’s bottom, languorous sightseeing in open-air buses and shopping extravaganzas—pretty much the standard for my vacations.
I traded that in for treks on an active volcano, 16 metre-deep dives, magic mushroom sightings, 5 km-long treks to get up close with Komodo dragons and living off a boat with questionable plumbing and lizard-sized cockroaches. The only constant? The copious amounts of alcohol consumed.