My first night dive ended with a view from the surface. A sunset to officially complete my advanced certification with @simplelifedivers 🤗🏝🌅 Thanks for being my diving buddy @kaiwooooooon I'll try to visit you in Singapore next time I'm around 😊
Sunset over the Myanmar/Thai border from the mountainside overlooking Mae Chaem. 🇹🇭🏍 May 12th: 2nd day riding a manual bike I ended up on top of another mountain convinced by Sutheerach (owner of @kwanlahhomestay ) I could make it. With the help of Rod and Warren, they lead me up some of the sketchiest steep terrain up the mountain to this hidden local gem :) never would have made it up and back again without these 3 watching over me and coaching me haha. Will never forget this moment.
Find your freedom.
Full video link in bio: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dlHxIgNPXww&feature=youtu.be
My camera has been a constant companion over the past 3 years, capturing memories. It survived the Andes, the Sahara desert, the crossing of oceans, the cresting of countless peaks before finally giving in to the elements. It is the reason I’ve connected with so many amazing people, including many of you, and that makes it exceptionally hard to say goodbye. Here’s a tribute to what I’ve learned over the last 3 years capturing the world with this unique little camera that I’ve pushed so hard, and a message for my future self.
Sunrise across the horizon of the Mojave desert.
It's been a long time since I've been sick and I'm super restless and feel awful 😷🤕 who would've thought I'd hate trying to stay in bed. I must be insane 🤔😣 hope everyone else is having a better day 😶
We #nerds travelled the world playing boardgames so it seemed fitting for us to pretend we were in #strangerthings 😊 From Europe, Africa, South and Central America these guys always said yes to adventure. If all your friends jumped off a cliff would you? Uhh...I don't remember which one of us jumped first 😉❤ #crew#family#boardgamesarecool
For our memories are who we are:
Malleable and ever-changing
-Distant and ever near.
They are our greatest gift,
and greatest curse.
As they build our stories and shape our eyes,
they bring back sorrow and the pain of loss.
They crack our masks to reveal our true selves,
show us we have lived and we have yet to live. (Oct. 9th 2016/ Ship time: 13:14/ Off the coast of Fortakza, Brazil/ Position: 00°34.96'S, 041°56.78'W/Speed: 17.9kts)