On the footsteps of the Funhogs, climbing Californiana Route on Fitz Roy in Patagonia.
Freeze-dried food does not go bad, it’s convenient to use and it’s up to 90% lighter than the original product. But how does it get to be like this?
"At that time our expedition was working in pioneering conditions, not much different from the time of conquest of the Arctic."
At 1 am I saw a big wave on the left. It was not very big - bout one meter high - but it was growing dramatically.
Exploring, trekking, and climbing in the Far East's "Greater Tibet" region with a team of Frenchies
I was full of an incredible emotion for being able to accomplish this dream, cross-country skiing in this silent universe full of colours so bright!
This is the story of a lonely walk across the largest salt desert in the world — Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia - by Mateusz Waligóra
Everything started in the ’90 when an engineer from Poland had the idea of freeze-drying chive in his back yard. If it works with blood plasma, it should also work with vegetables...