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didnt realize how small my horse was in porportion to my fat arse until i saw the photos...... no wonder she was struggling all the way. 😩 life in Vinales pretty much revolves around agriculture - its one of the two tobacco producing regions on Cuba - so visiting a tobacco farm is a must. i took a horse ride through the lush valley to see how the most famous cigars in the world come to be. horse ride took about 45mins to the farm and i felt really bad for my horse. im so sorry, Salsita!
just casually strolling into another dimension.. . uyuni salt flats, bolivia. ticked another one off my bucket list. visiting the salt flats during the rainy season gets you this huge natural mirror that reflects the sky! my guide insisted on shooting a “fun video” with my iphone. all he said to me was “walk to the left. freestyle and be creative.” half a minute later, i got this. stunning but still didnt do justice to the unboliviable landscape! 🖤 . track: “waving palms” by eddie vedder
earlier in june this year i visited Naoshima, a remote japanese island with an aging population, resurrected by the modern art and architecture of japanese architect Tadao Ando and his artist friends. it has truly become a prime destination for art devotees. i got to check out some of my favourite artists like Yayoi Kusama, Andy Warholl, Claude Monet, Walter de Maria, and James Turrell.
ola! buenos dias! greetings from the train graveyard in uyuni, bolivia!🖖🏼 i climbed up to the roof of a train for the very first time. harrowing, considering my fear of heights. also i was told that butch cassidy and the sundance kid escaped to bolivia in the 30s, robbed a train and died in a shoot out with bolivian soldiers. true or not tis a great story!
"when you least expect it, nature has cunning ways of finding our weakest spot.” . i am convinced that my place is in nature. it is where my heart beats the strongest, where i am the happiest. one more night here at the @juvetlandscapehotel before heading back home. gonna make the most of it. 🖤
the gentle sound of sea ice drifting in the water was so hypnotic and calming, awesome doesnt even begin to describe it. anyhoos i just got back from #BarneoIceCamp and the north pole. need time to process all that ive experienced. for now ive uploaded from content from my little adventures around svalbard, including this video. hope this gives you the little prod you need to explore other parts of the world we live in.
hello from the magnificent #låtefoss in norway! magnificent cuz its located roadside so i dont have to hike to it to enjoy it. also took a coupla swigs of waterfall juice. damn yummeh!👌🏼
lookin forward to lotsa hiking over the next few days! today i chill.
this geothermal field at altitude of 5000m was littered with “no entry” signs, but my guide took my hand and insisted i took a walk through these steam pools of boiling mud sputtering out of them. there were no marked paths but he said id be fine if i followed his footsteps. i look calm in this pic but i was really shitting my pants. the surface was so soft, slippery, and volatile that i feared my death with every step. still tho. glad i did it. seriously an out of this world experience.🤙🏼
i was a little upset that i didnt get to stay with a nomadic tribe for a coupla weeks as i had intended to due to work commitments. but life is all about making the best of the most dire situations. while i wouldnt qualify my situation as “dire”, i really enjoyed morning hikes in surrounding forests at my ger camp. thank you for the good vibrations, mongolia. farewell and onward to siberia on another 30hr train journey!✌🏼 . track: “goodbye” by #eddievedder