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Life is good

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Things can always be better they say. But it's not always necessary to strive for the better if you ask me.

Sometimes you only need to stop, pause and realize what you have and be happy. Be satisfied. Enjoy the moment. And in doing so, it's so much easier to cherish what you have in life. May it be a wonderful family, awesome friends, great colleagues, a fantastic dog, a wonderful house to live in or just making yourself aware of the wonderful nature that is surrounding you.

Last weekend I did a short paddle in my home bay with my partner Lukasz Warzecha. It was far from complicated. Rather very simple actually. Leaving the house late Friday evening we paddled for less than 2 hours before we found ourselves on an island we didn't have to share with anyone. Not even with any noisy seagulls in the sky above us.

Making a late dinner after having had some evening entertainment watching two seals swiming back and forth infront of the island, we fell asleep and woke up when the sun was warming up the tent the morning after.

On our detour back to our island, the sea created a perfect mirror for us to help us snap some lovely kayaking pictures and it was a great way to introduce Lukasz to the Swedish west coast paddling experience. It wasn't anything fancy, we didn't turn it into an expedition and we didn't bring any luxury food or even wine for the dinner. But it was an amazing paddling trip and most of all, we got out of the sofa and did it. And it became a picture perfect microadventure.


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Trekking to the far end of the world - Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

Hidden away from the rest of the world, Torres del Paine National Park in Southern Patagonia, Chile is a beautiful gem that completely blew my mind during our 5 day trek last week. I still dream about it every night and can't wait to go back.

» Full story...

What is it about lighthouses?

I love lighthouses. And I know I'm not the only one. The attraction lighthouses has on me is equivalent to what lots of people feel when they see a brand new Aston Martin in the street or probably how a horse enthusiast feels when a proud Arabic horse is running across the fields in the sunset. There's something magic about them.

» Full story...

Life is good

Green Adventures is not only about work. It's about a passion, not only for kayaking but for all the amazing things we can do in the outdoors. Last weekend I had a wonderful time on a mirror calm sea just outside my door step.

» Full story...

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