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Mount Pelee Volcano Hike

Yesterday me and my bestie Moa went on the volcano hike I mentioned before. It was such a blessing doing this "divine feminine" adventure together to pick up strength and clear our minds. It took us 6 hours we started at 11 and ended at around 16. As I was in the middle of the hiking and in the toughest parts I remembered parts of the book Wild which I read a few years ago. I could relate to some of the author described hiking moments. It was more than a regular hike. The view below and the rising steam above us was such a beautiful scene to witness. 

I made sure to take some time to breathe deeply as I practice my gratitude and to be awake and live moment by moment and not to think of anything but the present moment. The atmosphere was breath taken as if we were on a different planet, or a place from another time.. like the medieval movies and we are two women worriers making their way to conquer the mountaintop. Here below in this photo I stand in the tree yoga pose as I repeat the mantra hmmmmm mmmm.. and Moa was joking I couldn't stop myself from smiling :-) . 

As I am writing this post I am waiting for my pick up to have another ladies day out. (You can follow up on Instagram live, their will be champagne involved, we are celebrating Moa`s 30s old birthday).

Mount Pelée (French: Montagne Pelée meaning "bald mountain" or "peeled" mountain")is a non active volcano at the northern end of Martinique, an island and French overseas department in the Lesser Antilles island arc of the Caribbean. Its volcanic cone is composed of layers of volcanic ash and hardened lava.The volcano is currently in a quiescent state, which means it is not active but is registering seismic activity. Elevation 1,397 m (4,583 ft) -  Prominence 1,397 m (4,583 ft).




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