Yesterday was amazing! It was the first ever women’s only Travesia community ride event in Guatemala. It was the finale of our @worldridemtb event and we had 60 women participate. We can’t thank enough our partner @oldtownoutfitters for putting on such a great event. It is just the start of our mission of empowering women through mountain biking in Guatemala! The past week has been amazing and our group has been the best. Who’s joining for the next trip??
Winter campfires are the COZIEST 🔥 Headed down to Oregon for the next few days with a few homies and I’m as stoked as this fire 🤪
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It is crazy to think back to last year's Christmas and it's contrast to this year. Last year I was touring across Europe. In contrast, this year I have a job, internship, and training for Nepal all under my belt. I feel equally grateful for both experiences!
Sometimes we just need to disconnect from everything and be with that moment
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Cruisin and colours 💛
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A phenomenon I witnessed probably once in my lifetime 🌈🌈
Shall never forget and that's the wonder of Camera. Though it did not capture the justice of its beauty however it triggers the memory perfectly.
And that's one of the simple things in life you will be grateful for.
In my last post, I shared about the difficulties we’ve had while traveling in Pakistan. But I want to be clear that I am by no means discouraging you from visiting this country. In fact, our time here was well worth it and there is so much I love about Pakistan ❤️
For one, the people there are fantastic. I’ve been overwhelmed again and again by the kindness of strangers we’ve met there - especially by the drivers who insisted on not taking our money because “we’re guests of their country” 😭🙏🏼 When we asked strangers if we could use their hotspots to book Ubers, many of them took the chance to welcome us to their country, gave us their numbers and told us that if we needed anything, we could let them know. There was a palpable sense of warmth coming from the people here and I was really touched by it 💛
Not to mention this country is absolutely stunning. We only got to see Lahore, Islamabad and a bit of Pindi due to limited time, which means we’ve barely scratched the surface. There is so much history and beautiful architecture in the cities, but I’d love to come back and see the breathtaking nature this country has to offer too! 🌿
And last but not least, even though the food was a bit too oily and meat-heavy for me, it was actually freaking delicious 😋 My personal favorites were tikka and karahi, but there are so many traditional dishes to try and it’s all really flavorful! Just make sure to find some restaurants with veggie options too if you’re not used to eating so much meat. Apparently we were just bad at finding them 🙈
Any questions about traveling in Pakistan? 🇵🇰👇🏼
📍Masjid Wazir Khan, Lahore, Pakistan