During our travels through Vietnam, we made a stop at the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park. We weren't exactly sure where to start exploring this beast, but we were lucky enough to stumble upon a tour company called Jungle Boss. Normally we are reluctant to join a tour, but this experience has changed our opinion. We signed up for the 1 day National Park tour with the most amazing tour guide Nga. She was funny, knowledgeable and personable. Starting a mountain hike up to Paradise cave, we ventured inside the longest natural cave system in the world. We continued on to 8 Lady Temple where we learned some Vietnamese history. As it approached lunch time, we trekked through the jungle only to find a camp site setup with tasty family style BBQ. To finish the day we took a dip inside Tra Ang cave and swam 600m in pure darkness to the end of the cave and finished with some cold beers. We had an unforgettable time exploring Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park with Jungle Boss and our awesome tour guide Nga. It was everything we hoped it would be and more. Nothing but good things to say! For more tours, head on over to www.jungle-boss.com And if you'd like to take the same tour we did, follow this link www.jungle-boss.com/tour/national-park-tour .

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Ni Hao!

Our move to Asia has been quite the exciting one thus far. We have been living in Wuhan, China for the past 3 months. The city of Wuhan has a whopping population of 11 million people and its been an adventure for us Canadians, to say the least. From scootering through the crazy traffic and chaotic driving system to navigating the must have Chinese apps to pay for pretty much everything (taxi's, buy groceries, order takeout, pay bills etc), daily life is extremely eventful with the most random things you could ever imagine.

The Wuhanese people have been very friendly despite the language barrier. No-one in Wuhan speaks any English. We have had fun using our conversational Chinese and charade skills to communicate, learning new words every day.

As we are settling in to our daily lives and routine in China, we've been exploring our surrounding area.

On New Years weekend we traveled to Hankou, an area of Wuhan that hosts the famous "Yellow Crane Tower". Starting at the east gate we had a nice walk down a winding stone path, lined with intricate archways. After making a stop to ring the giant bell, we ventured up the Yellow Crane Tower to check out the views of this mega-city.

Definitely would recommend this to anyone in Wuhan looking for a way to spend a nice Saturday afternoon!

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There is nothing better than exploring the beautiful outdoors at the peak of Autumn. It is pretty safe to say we are "adventure junkies", from warm to cold, sunshine to rain, you'll find us outside exploring. We adventured with Jarod's cousin Crystal to Chilliwack Lake with gorgeous mountain views engulfing us, while the sun peaked out through the clouds to say hello. We then set off and hiked Lindeman Lake Trail, a moderately steep climb with a stunningly calm mirror lake at the top. The fall colours and clear blue shades of water were breath taking. We highly recommend exploring Chilliwack and surrounding area, bundle up and get outside! Hope you enjoy our outdoor fall adventure.

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