Paul van Dyk’s wife takes PvD flag to the summit of the highest point in South America
Trance has peaked, again
Not content just with flying the flag for her husband in Europe, Paul van Dyk's wife has now been pictured taking a PvD flag to the summit of the highest point in South America.
The highest point in the continent is at the summit of Aconcagua which is a mountain in the Andes in Argentina. As Paul van Dyk pointed out when sharing the news via Twitter, alongside a picture which you can see above, the summit is at 6962 meters. You can find that tweet below.
The stunt follows a similar one in August last year when the trance DJ's wife of almost three years, Margarita Moreno, took the same flag to the highest point in Europe which is at the top of Mount Elbrus, a dormant volcano in the Caucasus Mountains in Russia.
It remains to be seen which continent might be next on the list.
Earlier this month, Paul van Dyk announced a 28-date world tour, while in November of last year, he dropped a new single, called 'Parallel Dimension', which is set to feature on his forthcoming album, 'Guiding Light'.
My amazing wife, proudly raising the flag at Aconcagua at 6962 meters, the highest mountain of South America! pic.twitter.com/2AlZdgu0Vq— PAUL VAN DYK (@PAULVANDYK) January 30, 2020
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