Loneliness

There are moments, in this life I have chosen, where I hear the ghosts of all that could have been walk down the hallways of my mind. I reflect back on the long and windy path my life has taken thus far, and wonder if I have made the right choices. I wonder if it…

Mallaig, Scotland

Collectively I spent multiple days in the small port town of Mallaig. During my first visit I arrived on the morning Jacobite train, dropped my bags off in the backpacker hostel above a restaurant, and spent the rest of the day hanging out with a friend i made on the train. It was during this…

Bariloche, Argentina

My first few hours in Bariloche was quite possibly the worst hours I have experienced during my past months of traveling. After waking up on Sunday, changing all my plans, spending over 350 dollars, I arrived into Bariloche. I stayed in the airport to watch the Seahawks game, and then shortly after received an email…

Do you even crossfit?

You may or may not know that I am very into crossfit. Some people while traveling collect things such as paintings or magnets I, however, collect crossfit shirts. So far I have attended crossfit classes in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and now Argentina. (I must admit I do collect scarfs and bracelets) Before my experience…

Ho-lay Bariloche

Two hours ago I was laying in bed. Two hours ago my day consisted of laying in bed, eating, and watching the Seahawks game. One hour ago an email informed me that I needed to be in Bariloche today before midnight. One hour ago I booked my flight, canceled my last nights stay (didn’t get…

Canggu, Bali

Spent two nights in a small town north of Kuta where the people were friendly, the food was good, and beach was beautiful. I ate in restaurants next to rice paddies, and helped with the local beach clean up. I also had the amazing chance to met the owners of Rojos Breakfast Corner. These ladies…

Holy Loas!

Distances on maps can be deceiving. What looks like 3 hours away could turn out to be, you know, like 12 hours. The journey to Huay Xai, Laos was 12 hours long. Starting in Pai, Thailand we drove to Chiang Mai and arrived at Chiang Khong around 12 hours later. We spent the night and…

Pai in the Sky

Went to the bellingham version of thailand. Over hippy, over white, and over hyped. It was still very beautiful and stuck high in general north western mountains. I happened to arrive at the end of a festival, and caught a parade. Today I rented motor bikes (only $4/24hr including gas) and visited all the major…