Exploring the Unknown Another #TBT with PD

From the glaciers of New Zealand to the emerald waters of Vietnam and the foothills of Kathmandu, it was another thrilling week on the road with Pacific Discovery.

Bringing their A game to paint ball.

Group A ventures into New Zealand's wild west coast with adventures exploring glaciers, beaches, and jungle paint ball.

Since last week, the Southeast Asia students have jumped into Vietnam.
After two days of adventure-planning over Vietnamese coffee in Hanoi, the Southeast Asia semester students left the buzz of the city in small student-led groups. After a journey across La Han Bay in a basket boat, one such group jumped in the sea of Cát Bà National Park. As Macala reports: I'd say we're off to a pretty good start!

Group B tested their backcountry skills in Kahurangi National Park as they learned to make fire from flint and crawl through a network of caves.

The Killer B's hike to the summit of Gordon's Pyramid.

This week, we welcome the Nepal & Tibet crew as they kick off their first week with orientation and a retreat at a monastery in the foothills of Nepal.

Group C is out of range as they spent the week volunteering on the top of New Zealand's South Island.

"Still, there are times I am bewildered by each mile I have traveled, each meal I have eaten, each person I have known, each room in which I have slept. As ordinary as it all appears, there are times when it is beyond my imagination." - Juhumpa Lahiri

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