The connections you make across the world are unforgettable. Security was quite high in North Africa when we were flying the World Pylon racing championships. Everyone was armed to the teeth. I got to know our body guards pretty well in that time. Very cool gentlemen. I still stay in touch with them.
The balcony life in Old Havana is one to look forward to. The city slowly unravels - going from stark silence at 6am to a city buzzing with sights and sound at noon. I loved watching people go by from this spot - one that was highly coveted by the residence of our casa. Aguacate street wasn’t the busiest but there was still loads to feed my eyes with. I’ve shared a bit on my stories if you’d like to get a glimpse.
Here’s me. You probably thought hot boy summer was over. Think again. This is my escape after surviving 5 days in 100° humidity. It’s all good though. I’m a glass-half-full kinda chap who relishes on self-reflection. Dope. Here’s something even more dope. This quote. Spoken by a very interesting man who wrote a very interesting book I’m reading. This quote explains pretty much why I do what I do.
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Just in time for Dark Sky Festival @tentree Stary Sky Juniper collection
Crack open a coconut, slip into a hammock and rock gently in the breeze, allowing the hours, days and even weeks to slip calmly by. Welcome to Mirissa, a stunning crescent beach. Modest guesthouses abound and there's a string of simple restaurants at the back of the sand.
“The orange trees refused to blossom
unless we bloomed first
when we met
they wept tangerines
can't you tell
the earth has waited its whole life for us."
_________________________________________ "Celebration", Rupi Kaur.
4 48810 October, 2019
Matera, lost and found city, geografia dell’Italia interna, 2014
Autumn in Oberhasli, canton of Bern. This was a short detour on the way to our final stop for the night. I haven’t been too many places, but I’m pretty sure Switzerland has the most beautiful detours on earth..
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I love the feeling of waking up in new cities. I still find it fascinating that you could be in one city one day and in another city the next day. This time, I woke up in Havana - smack in the middle of Old Havana (Havana Vieja), a few blocks away from where all the magic happens. It’s not my first time here, I was here in the summer of 2017 but the heart wants what it wants and mine wanted a return to Cuba. It’s still as good as I left it even though the tourism here seemed to have slowed down a bit compared to the last time. The food has improved. The people are still vibrant as ever and the rum, well, the rum is still as strong. Is Cuba on your list? Lots of stories &
tips to share from my time here.
Ben de hep böyle değildim, hikayelerini çok seviyorum. Hep çok seyahat etmiyordum ama istiyordum ve bunun için çok çalışıyordum 😌
Bunun yolu çok belli, oturduğu yerden “amma çok gezdin, ne çok gezdin, değirmenin suyu nereden” gibi şeyler yazıp durmak ya da böyle düşünmek yerine bir pasaport bir bilet alıp ben de kendi serüvenimi başlatayım diyen insanlar yola çıkıyor 🗺
Bunu iş haline getirmiş insanlar gibi her ay seyahat etmeniz gerekmiyor, eğer yıl içinde kullanabileceğiniz 4-5 gününüz dahi varsa bu seyahate başlamak için yeterli. Geri kalan 360 günde plan ve bütçe yapılabilir diye düşünüyorum. Siz hep seyahat ediyor muydunuz❓
60 1,80817 October, 2019
@thewandertravels - Infinite insanity🏔
Throwing it back to the INSANE views of South Africa. After we made the 14 mile round trip hike and didn’t get ideal conditions, @karl_shakur, myself, and @giuligartner were determined to trek the whole distance again, just a day later. The result was truly magical, and the Drakensberg mountains are a certainly one of the most breathtaking views in the world🌍
Hope you all have a fantastic day, stay safe, and keep exploring!😄 #earthoutdoors