First things: how am I posting from the freaking #sahara?? Second: meet Bogart, my camel. We trekked in to the desert to this camp. I have no complaints about our accommodations. But seriously, how is there WiFi in the desert?? #travel#morocco#adventure#moroccotravel#morocco🇲🇦
Cruising jet skies across glassy waters while a school of dolphins play inches away in our wake brings that pure childlike amazement an adult just doesn’t get to tap into often. The cherry topper of this Sunday funday? Jumping swell after swell gaining as much air + laughs that we could. How sweet the joys are in this life getting to experience our world so closely in motion.
On the side note: It’s pretty dumbfounding how something so fluid as water, something you can instantly cut through with your hand, can just as quickly become a solid wall of a skate ramp to jump. The takeaway for me that epiphany, things really are never what they seem.
We took our honeymoon to @cbay_stlucia ✈️ it was amazing & a highly recommended resort. Lots of beautiful views, friendly staff, & delicious food & drinks! Minutes from the airport but also offering a variety of tours to the other side of the island. We got to see the pitons while drinking a refreshing @pitonbeerslu . If you can travel anywhere soon- head on out to St. Lucia for the time of your life. Ask me anything✈️🎉 #ahilofatime
Our first 60 miles from Hart’s pass to Canadian border and back
In our second day on the trail we set up our tent (next to the lake in the picture) 7.5 miles away from the Canadian border. We left everything in the tent and walked to the border. It was a beautiful sunny day but 3 miles in we started hearing thunders, as soon as we tagged the border started pouring rain. We had brought only one rain jacket. I have never been so cold. Lesson learned, the weather in the mountains is unpredictable. Next day was beautiful and we had time to dry out our clothes. •
Nuestros primeros 96 km hasta el borde de Canadá y de vuelta
El segundo día acampamos al lado del lago que está en la segunda foto. Armamos la carpa y dejamos todo para caminar 12 km hacia el borde con Canadá y después volver, dejamos todo en la carpa. El día estaba soleado pero después de caminar 5km empezamos a escuchar truenos. Apena llegamos al borde empezó a llover... sólo habíamos llevado una chaqueta impermeable. Nunca había tenido tanto frío. Lesión aprendida. Como en las montañas en Colombia el clima es impredecible.
🇮🇹 There's something deeply fascinating about civilizations that we don't know much about. Nuragic people who were once on Sardegna Island left objects and sites, but not much written text and mythology. Curiosity and admiration give us the opportunity to study what remained and recreate warrior monuments like this one ⚔️