It seems like this is a returning note from me about my blogs, but I was intending to keep this blog updated once every while ... shame on me for not keeping my own promises :-(.
A lot has happened in the past few months that might be worth sharing, such as the fact that I am finally moving out of my student room and going into a small apartment in Deventer (NL), and spent some fantastic times in the French Alps with a few friends.
We had decided over a small barbecue that we wanted to go paddle somewhere in France this summer, so made plans to head down to the area near Guillestre. In that region there are a few nice rivers paddleable with a certain degree of difficulty (WW 3-4). On a friday evening we set of in a van with a few kayaks strapped to a trailer and set the GPS for France... a number of hours later we were near the Alpe d'Huez and soon reached our destination.
As we had only a week we took our time for sleeping pretty late this week, and had the afternoons to paddle. Unfortunately a week is only a short time, so only after getting warmed up and used to the rivers it was also about time to go home again. All in all this was a splendid week, paddling the Durance and the Guil :).
Welcome to my personal blog, that initially started out as a blog about my cycling trip in New Zealand. This trip is now quite some time behind me, though I keep using this blog for other items.
Eddo Kloosterman is an enthusiast adventure sports photographer, kayaker, recumbent cyclist, with a love for travel and exploration. This includes exploring New Zealand by recumbent bike, white water paddling in France & Slovenia, and various other camping trips. Always looking for new adventures to explore more of the world.