Why do you travel ?


posted on 9th of january, 2013
What is the purpose of your trip abroad?
Why do not like leaving your house?
Are you afraid of the unknown?
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When I was small my father used to say: "Do not be afraid of anything ever!
Fear has big eyes, especially in the dark. "
He gave me the strength to cope with difficult situations.

I thank him for it ...

My courage, the joy of traveling and exploring new countries, led me to the highest mountain range in the world - the Himalayas. They live there, people who owned almost nothing and are happy and humble. We have warehouses full of food and yet many of us are unhappy. Why is that?

Enjoy the new year by looking at my photos of the highest and most beautiful mountains in the world: Mt. Everest,...

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Comments (26)

Posted by Hellen8 on January 30, 2013
To: Pettys
Thanks Peter. All mountains are beautiful. Himalayas are pearls on the globe. Well, climb mountains and do not carry the camera with you is a big mistake. Shooting in the mountains is hard work, but we have joy of it.
You have beautiful pictures of the mountains.
See ya :-)
Posted by Pettys on January 29, 2013
Beautiful pictures Hellen.
I love the Himalayas and mountains in general.

Greetings from Pettys
Posted by Hellen8 on January 28, 2013
To: Angelaostafichuk
Thanks for your nice comment Angela. Yes. Travel is the best way to know more of our blue planet.



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