Hiking Middle-Earth

January 2011
Forbes Asia;Jan2011, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p84
The article presents the author's views and experience of his visit to Milford Track, New Zealand. The author tells that he is on the visit for two days with his sleeping bags, clothes and food. According to the author, as he is arriving at the night's rest stop, a clap of thunder explodes from across the valley behind him. He further reflects on his experience of walking through a dense beech forest.


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