TBT to my last trip to Brazil pre IG in 2013. This was in the Pantanal a wetlands area. Basically I spent several days doing very messy outdoor activities. Hiking, boating, fishing for piranha, horseback riding. Lots of fun. Every night I would rinse cracked on mud off of my clothes and just wear the same thing again the next day. They had just had a drought. Many Caimans like the one here were nearly starved to death. I included a healthy one too, some fared well. We saw no Jaguars but Capybaras, snakes, Caimans, and had to hide from a herd of boar at one point. #brazil#pantanal#tbt#naturewalking
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Located at Ungasan, this giant statue that’s been years in the making at Bali’s Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Cultural Park is set for its long overdue completion in August 2018 designed by the famous sculptor, Nyoman Nuarta.
The statue, rising up 121 meters from the hilly Bukit Peninsula has been specially constructed and designed to be the Indonesia’s tallest statue. The completed monument will be about as tall as a 21-story building and will weight 4,000 tons, thus, making the heaviest statue in the country.
📍GWK (garuda wisnu kencana) culture park, bali
Phot by @daisukephotography
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What's up, I'm Davante'. Moni usually runs this page but she officially hit a wall last night (jet lag) so I'm here to tell you a little about me. I'll be taking over our stories too so make sure you're locked in.
1. I was born and raised in the 757 (🗣️Suffolk, VA).
2. This is my 6th year playing professional basketball overseas. I played on the Bulls summer league after college, then in the South of France and for the past 5 seasons, I've been in Japan. I love it here. The culture is great.
3. I graduated from Marquette with a degree in Communications.
4. I like traveling, technology and cooking. I would 💯% go to culinary school to become a chef (not many people know that).
5. I want to motivate young athletes by showing them the keys to building a successful professional career, even if that means not playing in the NBA. Investing, spending wisely and taking care of my body have all gotten me far. Playing overseas has allowed me and my wife to invest in real estate and travel the world. Things I'll never take for granted.
6. I'm with the Ravens and LeBron... who you with?
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Pense numa paisagem, reflita sobre ela, medite em seus pensamentos que é possível sentir a vida a nossa volta. Olhe para frente e sinta-se vivo pelo simples prazer de respirar a vida que corre em nosso corpo, purificando o espírito, nos tornando jovens novamente. Criando um perfeito ambiente entre nós e o universo que nos domina. Esta é a paisagem que penso quando quero atingir a minha Nirvana, qual é a sua?
Some of our favorite photos from the past few weeks of trainings! 💪🏻 It was so great getting to meet our SOC family in Vancouver, Geneva, Rome, and Burlington! We can’t wait to meet more of you in 2020! Make sure to tag us in your Symphony of the Cells training photos! #SOCTraining
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Raise your hand if you would change all of your thoroughly researched travel plans at a moment’s notice 🙋🏻♀️🙋🏻♀️🙋🏻♀️
No? Doesn’t sound fun? Your worst nightmare? A year ago, I would have been right there with ya.
A week ago, we had to make a game time decision to completely scrap our trip to Strasbourg and hop on a plane to London instead. Throughout the experience, I had so many of you message me saying how crazy we were or how impressed you were that we were being so flexible. This change was definitely our easiest, but that ease didn’t happen overnight. Over the past year, we’ve taken hundreds (maybe!?) of flights and been stressed to the max in the airport. We’ve yelled at each other and even questioned whether getting on the flight was the right thing to do. We’ve had incredibly loving, wise voices tell us to take a close look at our traveling and why we’re doing it (ouch) and gotten sick more than once (flu, shingles, colds). Traveling has taught us so, SO many lessons but being open to change and trusting God’s plan (yes - even with the flights) exceeds them all. It didn’t happen overnight and we’re still not to the point where every trip is gung-ho happy, but we’ve grown more through the process than we ever could through the travels.
I’m constantly in awe of a God who finds such unique (and fun!) circumstances to teach us his ways. Thank you all for following and checking on us. More on London soon 💕