I love experiencing places that are off the typical tourist trail so when a friend of mine asked “hey, want to spend a weekend in the middle of no-where in Colombia?” My answer was a […]
I found this pepper farm to be mesmerizing in it’s colors, fluidity of the work being done and the sheer organizational method in which the farmer performed his work.
It’s been since February since my last post here. It’s now August. Six months of travel, experiences and projects. There is no way that I’ll be able to fully share with you all of the […]
I love to explore the places that are off the typical Tourist traps, places that you may have never heard of. Villages like those in Northern Peru, where the locals are as interested in you […]
Highlights of our travels in Indonesia. #Bali #Canggu #Denpassar #streetart #abandoned #grafitti
As you may already know, I’m on a year long adventure with Remote Year for the entirety of 2017. Traveling with a group of over 70 people has it’s unique challenges and has left me […]
The Kuelap ruins are actually older than Macchu Picchu. They were found/discovered in 1843. Abandoned after the Incas conquered the Chachapoyas before the Spanish arrived. The entire area had been forgotten for quite some time.
From Moyobamba, my sights were intent on getting to Yurimaguas to meet with Nathan and organize my Amazon adventure. This involved getting a combi from Moyobamba to Tarapoto then another from Tarapoto to Yurimaguas and then a boat onto Lagunas.
My friend Wes from Johnny Vagabond and I were discussing past travels while having drinks at our local bar Ricci’s. We started discussing our Vietnam adventures. It just happens that we both spent part of […]
Teresa posted the following to Facebook. Today’s adventure. “We slept in planning on going to the equator today knowing it wasn’t very far from our hotel . We left the hotel around 10:30 thinking we’ll […]