We’re ready for a nice ski vacation! How about you?! ⛷ ‘Val d'Azun, _ High Pyrenees.' was taken from "Europe Illustrated: its Picturesque Scenes and Places of Note, described by John Sherer, Superbly embellished with steel engravings by Turner, Allom, Bartlett, Leitchm and other eminent artists. First series. France, Belgium, and the Rhine." by John Sherer. It was published by The London Printing and Publishing Company Limited, out of London, ca. 1876-79. It was drawn by Thomas Allom and engraved in steel by R. Wallis and measures 9 x 12 1/2 inches. Come and visit our website to get away in the beautiful Pyrenees mountains... 🎿🗻🛷🗻🏂
You can’t have it all.. 💫
How often do you think: ‘if I could only achieve/have this one thing in my life, then I will be happy?’ I am guilty of thinking this all the time.
We all want to be successful in our jobs, have long-term and happy relationships, live in a nice and organized house, have great-looking bodies, have a fun social life and travel the world.
In other words, you need to have your shit together. We feel like failures if one of these things is missing. It hurts our self-esteem and it makes us feel utterly depressed sometimes.
I am no different. I thank God for the things that I have in my life and I feel blessed for all the places I’ve seen and the people I’ve met. But I am far from having my shit together. If ‘adulting’ was a course, then I would have failed miserably.
However, I’ve started to realize something. It’s okay to feel like a failure sometimes. But never let those feelings define your self worth!
Because the truth is, nobody has their shit one hundred percent together. Everything in life costs time and dedication and you simply don’t have the energy to invest that much in every area.
So you have to make choices. Deep in your heart you know what matters the most to you. Follow it. Accept that you will suck at other areas of your life. It’s okay to feel bad about it. As long as you get up and own your dreams like the badass that you are! 🙌
Picture taken in January 2018
From its starting point in the Pyrenees sierra in northern Spain, the Catalonia ride weaves through valleys, villages, wide open spaces and secluded forests to arrive at the 'Wild Coast' of the Mediterranean sea. The diversity of the scenery, the spirit of the Andalusian horses, the sublime cuisine, and the history and culture that lie at the heart of Catalonia will leave you speechless.
After road testing this ride just a few months ago, we're beyond stoked to announce our first season of departures! We've got a whole bunch of dates right through from June to September and we can't wait to help you experience this glorious ride for yourself!