Everywhere in Particular is an online Belgian adventure travelogue featuring a limited collection of personal stories of adventure travel, urban explorations and inner growth. With a camera in my hand and a pen behind my ear I roam to the end of the world and back and capture the emotion and experience of my journey. Born from the passion to tell the stories of putting myself out there, Everywhere in Particular attempts to help you set aside fear and doubt in order to experience the breathtaking, the awe-inspiring and the magical.

Nico

Nico

Adventurous Architect

Recent stories

Beautiful Bali

Als ik een euro kreeg voor elke keer dat iemand van mijn virtuele vrienden de afgelopen jaren naar Bali afzakte, dan kon ik nog wel een keer of drie rond de wereld. Bali is hot, en dat sprak me aanvankelijk niet geweldig aan. De voorbije maanden bleek meermaals dat...

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Snapshots of Hong Kong

Hoe lang is een Chinees? Zijn Chinezen in eigen land even vastberaden om alle andere toeristen te vernederen wat betreft het aantal genomen selfies? Hoe hou je die stokjes precies vast om efficiënt een portie noedels naar binnen te werken? En vooral: is het mogelijk...

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Fairy Meadows

It was the first day of Ramzan (Ramadan), and the Fairy Meadows were completely abandoned. Down at Raikot bridge it had been a sunny, clear-skied day, but up here, at 3300m, the 9th highest mountain in the world dictated the weather. Nanga Parbat (8126m) hid its...

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Rakaposhi

Rakaposhi is the 27th highest mountain in the world at 7788m. It’s name means ‘snow covered’ in the local language, and for good reason. I hiked to its basecamp in May and encountered lots and lots of the white cold powdery stuff. It made for an interesting ascent......

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Hushe Valley, land of giants

I followed Paco Ali like a shadow, jumping from rock to rock across a raging river. The river wasn’t deep, or particularly broad, but the water was freezing cold and one misstep would mean an emergency retreat to the Refugio 10km further down the valley where we...

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