Hiking in Majjistral Nature Park– Part 1

In my last post, I mentioned that we went hiking in Majjistral Nature Park last Saturday. We walked for about three hours and we got lost. These are just a very few of all the pictures I took, just to give an impression of how it looks in the park. You can choose between walking at the flat plateau which we did the first time… …for more adventure you can choose to walk along the slopes on narrow winding paths, and that’s what we did this time. Me, my husband and our brave Basenji Fanny. Here at the beginning the walkway is quite wide.Our first stop will be at the small buildings by the water. When we were here last time we thought this was a dead end but on our way back we meet a couple who said that you can continue around the corner and further up there are a stairway where you can get up to the plateau. No need to go back and just a few hours walk.

This trip can easily be a very long trip since I stop all the time to take pictures. Here´s the second butterfly I seen so far this year. Sadly, my macro lens was in my bag, but I managed to take some close ups anyway.Now the paths have become more narrow and the slopes down towards the sea are steeper.We will soon arrive at the small buildings where we will rest before moving on to see what’s waiting around the corner. It became quite exciting, but I’ll leave that until part two. Before I finish, I have to mention my beloved four-legged friend. She’s soon nine months old, still a puppy but very clever and so brave. She proved that on several occasions during the next part of our adventure.💖💖

I think this post may fit well with the theme of breathe with its breathtaking views, the breathtaking adventures, and our deep breaths when we were exhausted after climbing and when we realized we were lost. If that’s not enough then it’s obvious above how Fanny breathes.

Photo Challenge by Frank / Dutch Goes the Photo’s / Theme: Breathe


33 replies to “Hiking in Majjistral Nature Park– Part 1

  1. Precis sådana där hiking bilder, som jag gillar. Minnena strömmar emot mig.
    Fanny är ju en oerhört vacker hund och fotot här, är bara SÅ fint, riktig pangbild, levande!
    Ha det gott, kram, Gerd ❤

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  2. Hahaha! Vilket underbart inlägg med lika underbara foton och en suverän text (läs: förklaring) av var och vad ni gick igenom! Måste faktiskt ge dig (ytterligare) en komplimang till din excellenta engelska:-)
    Å så kan jag tänka mig att du inte hade tungan hängandes utanför munnen som Fanny;-)

    PS. Breathtaking views är ju bara förnamnet! Men en sak undrar jag – hade ni ingen ryggsäck med mat och vatten med er? Nu när jag ser det här inlägget förstår jag mycket väl att en kompass knappast hade hjälpt. Dessutom kan jag inte ens läsa av en kompass. Det är min mans specialitet, men inte i den terrängen;-) DS.


    1. Haha..nej, tungan hängde inte utanför munnen och visst hade vi med oss både vatten och mat. Fanny hade nog inte klarat alla strapatser utan både vatten och några kycklinglår 😁 “Ryggsäcken” bestod av min rosa säck som jag brukar ta med när jag ska till klipporna och bada på somrarna. Min käre make bar den på ryggen och jag tror den kan anas på en av bilderna. Tänkte faktiskt på dig och hur du skulle reagera när du fick se min man med en rosa säck på ryggen. Hahaaa… 😁 Tydligare bilder kommer senare så var beredd 😉


  3. Oh man and Yay!!! A cliff hanger!!! I’m excited to see what happened but am not surprised that Fanny was brave! How wonderful….just to wander and get lost. It’s been a while since my man and I did that. It’s time! Thank You for the beautiful pictures! What a wonderful place to roam……Huge hugs and Cheers!!! 🤗😃☀️🐬


    1. Tack Maria. Ja, det är en fantasisk natur att vandra i även om det ibland kan vara snårigt, vasst och svårt att hitta stigen som plötsligt försvann 😁


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