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In ‘Danger, should you let it hold you back? Part 1‘ we adventured through one of the most dangerous hikes, the Kalalau Trail, in Hawaii and then down the Carretera de la muerte (Death Road) in Bolivia. We bungee jumped in Cancun, Mexico, climbed up Angels Landing in Zion National Park, Utah and experienced a traumatizing bike ride through Ho Chi Mihn City, Vietnam!
This time we hear of more potentially dangerous adventures, ranging from surviving an avalanche on Mt. Everest to getting robbed in Africa .. and more!, around the world from fellow travel bloggers who have experienced fear, uncertainty and danger first hand!
Hiking Mt. Everest, during a Devastating Snowstorm
The danger about it is not in the road itself, it’s in the Himalayas Region
When I was planning my trip around Asia I was looking for all kinds of adventures and challenges. I was talking with my work colleagues about my plan and one of them told me, “You should do the Everest Base Camp Trek.” I got intrigued by it, so I start planning with the idea of doing it.
All the things I read about it online said it was really doable for any person and it’s an easy walk all the way to the Base Camp … and it is, however the danger about it is not in the road itself, it’s in the Himalayas Region.
You will face 2 dangers, Continue reading