Hello Adventurer! Visiting for the first time? Check out what it’s all about. You’re also invited to sign up for the most exciting newsletter on the planet. Welcome! Yellow Rocks of Bali (Shore diving Bonaire style on the North Coast) On the island of Bonaire, more than 60 yellow rocks along the roadside point the […]
The idea of Misogi is to take on a challenge that radically expands your sense of what is possible. What began as an ancient Shinto myth-story that included self purification after a champion’s return from the underworld is now practiced by world class athletes and business visionaries to create truly massive change. Misogi is on […]
Then, Aldo, pointed to a very large stack of dead wood up ahead and we motored towards it with anticipation of surprise. All of a sudden Aldo yelled and jumped off the boat into the downfall, almost landing in the water. At the same time as he jumped, he reached down and grabbed something in the water. Then he looked up in surprise as his eyes became much larger than his tiny 5’5” frame.
So, today we returned from the most astonishing journey of our life…a 26 day, around the world odyssey by private jet. It was a job that we were sought out to do. I hadn’t really given it much thought about how it came about until this morning.
We receive a lot of emails from people who wonder how we live like we live and are able to do what we do. How is it that we have an adventurous life and travel at will? This detailed post will reveal some of our best secrets and show you the details. Stay with me, […]
Where’s Waldo… always comes to mind when I begin writing a “Where in the World are we?” post because the character Waldo is often elusive, something we often are ..often so much so that we can’t seem to find ourselves. I know I’m perpetually lost…and I love it. This is why I do recaps. It […]
Our 15th Year!!!! NOV 23 – 30 2014 – Space is Limited For 2014 Turkey Day, we’re going to the Pacific Side and diving at the end of the Baja Peninsula. Why? Glad you asked! . It’s fast to get to with tons of flights. Cabo is quick and easy The eastern Pacific has a whole […]
Today I harvested seaweed. Yep, seaweed, it seems a good alternative to fishing and provides a needed food source throughout the world, mainly in Asia. Seaweed is also used in cosmetics and in the production of agar. To its credit, seaweed farming is labor intensive (good for jobs) and uses little technology making it […]
My underwater world has been shattered in a wondrous, magical way. I have discovered an entirely new layer of world below the blue that I never knew existed. One that has been cleverly cloaked right before my eyes. And it reminded me of a Cuban dance. So let me digress. The Traditional dance of Cuba […]
*This is a guest post from my (Mantagirl) brother, Steve. He travels the world while living in China and is the funniest and most talented writer I know. Steve doesn’t write for a living but he does live through his writing and keen observations of the world. His insights into people, cultures and well….in this […]