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Oriol Muns Pradera travels and adventures

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The Colca Canyon

Once I have climbed the Misti, I organize myself to go to the Colca Canyon, the second deepest in the world with 4.150 meters, 165 km northwest of Arequipa. Next to the “terminal terrestre” of Arequipa there are some vans… Continue Reading →

Arequipa and the Misti Volcano

Arequipa is a beautiful and elegant city under the imposing presence of the Misti volcano. There are buildings made of “sillar”, a white volcanic stone, which gives it the name of “ciudad blanca” (white city). I walk through the center,… Continue Reading →

Patagonia South to North: from Torres del Paine to Bariloche

Last stage of Yep Yep Yep through Patagonia, going up the “Carretera austral” and visiting glaciers, towns and friends! You can watch the adventure in this video! One of the interesting aspects of travelling through Patagonia is crossing the border… Continue Reading →

Torres del Paine

I leave Punta Arenas by bus to the north and three hours later I arrive at Puerto Natales, a small town by the sea that is the base for trips to Torres del Paine. There I sleep, I organize my… Continue Reading →

Adventure to Cape Froward and the Magellanic Penguins

Once in Punta Arenas, I prepare myself for the next adventure: to reach Cape Froward, the southernmost point of the South American continent. Further south from there everything is islands! I have been told that there is a path that… Continue Reading →

From Ushuaia to Punta Arenas: Straight Borders and the Adventures of Magellan

Ushuaia is a city on the north side of the Beagle Channel. This is where all the cruises that go to or from Antarctica stop, the motorcyclists and cyclists who have made the whole route from the north of Argentina,… Continue Reading →

Patagonic New Year and Adventure to Cerro Castillo

Hello everyone! I hope that you are well! Yep Yep Yep returns to the fray with more stories, this time from Patagonia! After working a little in Bariloche, Argentina, I crossed to the Chilean town of Futaleufú, the first step… Continue Reading →

Isn´t it cute, this little kiwi?

They were 3 on a quad at night: Renée, a ranger from DOC (Department of Conservation), the little Kiwi, and Yep Yep Yep. It was raining, but the only one that did not get wet was the little Kiwi because he… Continue Reading →

7 diferences between Indonesia and Thailand

I know that comparisons are hateful, but after spending 2 months in Indonesia I find it very difficult not to make them! Landing in Bangkok makes you feel like having one foot in Europe and the other in an unknown… Continue Reading →

Visiting the tribes in Siberut

Back in Padang , I took a boat to Siberut Island , the northernmost island of the Mentawai Islands. The boat, quite large and stable, set sail at 8pm and arrived in Siberut when the sun came up the next… Continue Reading →

West of Sumatra: volcano Kerinci (3805 m) and Bukkitingi

From Bali I get to the warm Jakarta, where I have a 6 hour transfer before flying to Padang. I change terminal and I feel as weird as an alien: I am the only “bulé” (foreigner) in the whole terminal,… Continue Reading →

Lombok and Mt. Rinjani (3721 m)

After 4 hours by boat from Padangbai, Bali, I arrived in Mataram, the capital of Lombok. Here I pretend to climb Rinjani, a volcano of 3721 meters, and explore by scooter beaches and villages. One immediately realizes several differences with… Continue Reading →


It is not surprising that Bali is so popular, because it has options for everyone: from lying on the beach and doing nothing all day, climbing volcanoes or explore mountain villages in the middle of rice fields. With temples and people… Continue Reading →

Blue Mountains, Great Ocean Road and Kakadu National Park

If you want to listen to music while you take a look you can click on this eMDee youtube video (   Sidney and the Blue Mountains I arrived in Sydney, which looked to be an incredible city, with its… Continue Reading →

A visit to Queensland, sunshine state?

After several months in New Zealand, Yep Yep Yep goes to Queensland Sunshine State, in Australia, to live new adventures. Epping National Forest The journey through Australia begins in Epping National Forest, 300 kilometers from the coast, invited by my… Continue Reading →

New Zealand in pictures

Kia Ora whanau! (Hello family!) I attach a few photos of New Zealand. If you want to listen to music while you see them, you can click on link below to hear this megahit from the eighties in New Zealand…. Continue Reading →

Practical information for travelling in New Zealand

Whether to spend 15 days or several months, New Zealand offers the opportunity to get lost in the middle of nature and forget about everything. It is a country that offers possibilities for everyone: from taking a “road trip” and… Continue Reading →

Lake Toba and the Orangutans in Sumatra

After the Siberut adventure, I decided to end the Indonesian trip by heading north to Sumatra to visit Lake Toba and see the orangutans at Bukit Lawang . Tourists, Gods or money with legs? Before, however, I entered with my… Continue Reading →

Sand flies: bloody “Namu Namu”!

No, it is not a fandango from Huelva, a “Bulería” or any new “Palo Flamenco”, this is tourists killing “sand flies” or “Namu Namu” in Fiordland! What are “Namu Namu”? The sand flies are a little flies of about 5 mm… Continue Reading →

Ruapehu and the hot pools in New Zealand

Damn, how scary! Apart from the risk of an avalanche, using crampons and an ice axe, and the menacing sea of ​​mist that stretched 200 meters below me, climbing an active volcano makes you feel small and insignificant in the… Continue Reading →

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