Long riding in Mongolia

Join us for an evening with Pyn and Silvia from Always Wandering where
they will be sharing their latest adventure. Horse riding, unguided
through Tavan Bogd, a National Park in West Mongolia bordering with China.

They will be sharing their experience with videos and photos tribulating
their trials, errors and enjoyment of long riding with their family of
animals; two horses, a camel and a dog.

Who Are We
Always Wandering is an adventure travel blog run by Pyn and Silvia. After
spending three years working in Singapore they departed six months ago to
begin a new adventure. Starting with three months of rock climbing across
Thailand, Laos and China they have since been in Mongolia and then two
horse riding trips in Khosvgol Lake and Tavan Bogd National Park,
Mongolia. Learn more about us at www.always-wandering.com

Animal Encounter Africa

Join us for an evening of Photo Presentations & Travel Sharings of Africa’s Animals, Nature & Culture – organised by ANIMAL ENCOUNTERS.

nicole aka Nikkiko, founder of ANIMAL ENCOUNTERS, will be sharing about her 1 month Wildlife photography internship in Africa..

Alongside Cherisa Kwong from TribeXplorers, Raye Lai – a Fine Art, Nature & Travel Photographer, and Aikiriza Mark from Watalii Safaris.

Visit the link below to read more about the Speakers:
http://animalencounterwt.com/post/165253473853/sep21talk

On the Nose by QX

On the Nose, A photo sharing session and personal account of the climb on The Nose on El Capitan. Arguably the most famous big wall route in the world which took Warren Harding 47days to put up.

6 years after Kelly and I climbed it, we have a 3rd Singaporean ascent on El Capitan via The Nose. Lien is my superior back in the Commando days and well known to a duper fit guy. Every man who served under him, raced with him or climbed with him would know he is larger than life.
After summiting K2 and Everest, he found himself a new challenge in the vertical world, big wall climbing. Listen to his side of the story and how we tackle this climb with a short notice and the training leading up to it.
We hope to inspire more climbers in Singapore to get out here and live a vertical life!