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Creator of travel blog The Green Adventurers. I'm new to the world of blogging but am eager to connect with brands and other bloggers.

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Who doesn't love a good sunset? 🌅👌 We are lucky to have beautiful sunsets in Adelaide because the coast faces just the right way. Discover the best beaches to visit in my latest blog post. 😎 ➡️@thegreenadventurers Where is your favourite place to watch the sunset? 🤔❤️

Innes National Park Guide – The Green Adventurers

If you only have 1 day to spend in Innes National Park don’t miss these spots: Stenhouse Bay + Coastal Walk Road View Point The best things to see in 2 days: Stenhouse Bay + Coastal Walk, Road View Point, West Cape Lighthouse + Beach, Cape Spencer Lighthouse, Royston Head Hike Shell Beach Pondalowie Break You can cover most sights in 3 days: Stenhouse Bay + Coastal Walk, Road View Point, West Cape Lighthouse + Beach, Cape Spencer Lighthouse, Royston Head Hike, Shell Beach, Pondalowie Break, Ethel Wreck, Dolphin Beach Emu Beach Inneston Historic Town Pondalowie Bay + Wreck Reptiles found within the national park as of 2003 included marbled gecko, mallee snake-eye, painted dragon, barking gecko, yellow-faced whipsnake, black tiger snake, eastern stone gecko, eastern bearded dragon, bull skink, eastern brown snake, four-toed earless skink, peninsula brown snake, southern four-toed slider, common scaly-foot, dwarf skink, western bluetongue, Adelaide snake-eye, sleepy lizard and prickly dragon.

This kind of view is what made me want to buy a drone! Seeing a top down view when hiking is the best and there is something so satisfying about seeing roads from above. ⁠ ⁠ I didn't take my new drone for a spin today because it was rainy and gross a lot of the day. I need clear skies and wide open space for my first flight! ⁠ ⁠ If you have any tips for using or drone or know any good drone tutorials on Youtube or the like please let me know! ⁠😁 ⁠ ⁠

Best Beaches in Adelaide – The Green Adventurers

The city of Adelaide is tucked between rolling hills and ocean waves with Adelaideans living next to some of Australia’s best beaches. Whether you prefer soaking in the sun at Semaphore, sipping cocktails at Henley or snorkelling at Port Noarlunga there is no shortage of great beaches in Adelaide. This iconic location offers visitors a beautiful sandy beach with a picturesque jetty jutting out from the atmospheric Henley Square. This Coastal Walk is a collaboration between 6 local councils to create a 70km walking and cycling path along Adelaide’s beautiful coastline from North Haven to Sellicks Beach.

Lake Cuicocha is most definitely one of the more impressive sights I have seen. ⁠ ⁠ The walk around the ridge was 12km and was meant to take 4-5 hours. I think I ended up taking over 6. I'll blame the altitude and my lack of fitness. I also because I had to stop a million times to take photos but can you blame me?⁠ I could stare at this lake foverer! 😍 ⁠ Comment your favourite lake! ⬇️ ⁠

Vegan Wine Tour Adelaide – The Green Adventurers

New World Wine Tour Company offers eco and vegan-friendly wine tours focusing on wineries with sustainable practices in McLaren Vale. New World Wine Tour Company was founded in 2019 by Ian Hooper to be able to share his love and knowledge of South Australian wine in an eco-friendly and sustainable way. New World Wine Tours offer a package tailor-made for vegans which showcases the best wine that McLaren Vale has to offer paired with some epic vegan food offerings. In addition, McLaren Vale built the first and largest reclaimed water network in Australia so that 100% of all irrigation used in our region is now from a sustainable resource other than river water.

The poll results are in! You want to see Ecuador so here we go. ⁠ ⁠ Earlier in the year in the "before times" I was living my best life in Ecuador. I spend about a month there which was action packed with hiking mountains, exploring jungles, learning about the local life & culture & eating too much chocolate. ⁠ ⁠ My first stop was Otavalo which is a town of about 40,000 people mainly made up of the Kichwan or indigenous Ecuadorians. ⁠ ⁠ The highlight of Otavalo was huge hike around Lake Cuicocha which is a volcano crater that erupted 3100 years ago. This was my first hike at a reasonable altitude with the highest point at 3,246 m. I definitely noticed the lack of oxygen! ⁠ What's the highest altitude you've ever been? ⁠ ⁠ ⁠ ⁠

The Essential List – The Green Adventurers

One of the easiest ways to prevent a huge amount of waste is by bringing a water bottle with you. So many places have perfectly safe drinking water so research your destination. Even if the water isn’t safe to drink out of the tap you can often refill at your accommodation or at cafes and restaurants. but it’s a whole lot more eco-friendly than buying a bottle.

Why do clouds make the best sunsets?⁠ ⁠ Clouds reflect light to the ground which is why we see red & orange clouds at sunset. ⁠ ⁠ The clouds that sit high in the sky (cirrus & altocumulus) intercept the purest light that has not suffered attenuation & colour loss from passing through the atmosphere. They produce much more vivid colours than the lower level clouds (stratus or stratocumulus). ⁠ ⁠ But what about pink & purple?⁠ ⁠ Depending on atmospheric conditions, more or less of the blue light has already been scattered out. If most of the blue light is gone the sunset will look red, if more blue light made it through the sunset becomes pink, still more it appears purple.⁠ ⁠ ⁠ ⁠

Why do we see different colours when the sun sets? ⁠🤷🏼🌈 ⁠ The visible light spectrum ranges from blue to red. Blue & violet are the shortest wavelengths and are scattered by molecules in the air much more than other colours of the spectrum. This is why blue and violet light reaches our eyes from all directions on a clear day, but because we can't see violet very well, the sky appears blue. ⁠ During sunset & sunrise, when the sun is low on the horizon, light passes through more air to reach us than during the day. As the light travels through the atmosphere molecules scatter the violet and blue light away from our eyes. If the path is long enough, all of the blue and violet light scatters out of your line of sight. The other colors continue on their way to your eyes. This is why sunsets are often yellow, orange, and red.⁠ 💛🧡❤️ ⁠ Want to know more about science and sunsets? I learnt a lot when researching for this post so if you found this interesting let me know. ⁠

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