Mountain Biking in Bhutan

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When we arrived in Paro, Bhutan, our guides took us directly to a restaurant for lunch and a few welcome beers in downtown Paro. At that first meeting, we went over our itinerary for the week, and they asked if there was anything in particular we’d like to do. They told us that one of the King’s favorite past-times is …

Travel Deeper – Brazil

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Five years of traveling deeper in South America, and it all led me to this… One of the most incredibly difficult and absolutely amazing years of my life – Living and traveling in Brazil. The goal was to live in Rio de Janeiro, travel around the country, participate in Carnaval, and somehow work at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Through …

Jericoacoara, Kitesurfing & My Own Private Beach Bungalow

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Known for its giant rolling sand dunes and stellar kitesurfing conditions, Jericoacoara or “Jeri” as it’s known, is the coolest little beach town in Northeastern Brazil. It is a seven-hour journey from Fortaleza to Jericoacoara via public transportation (five hours in a private car), but as I mention in the video, that distance is par for the course when traveling …

World Cup Behind the Scenes [VIDEO]

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Come¬†behind the scenes with me as I take you through one of the most insane months of my life – The 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. I worked for an Australian tour company, attend five matches in five different Brazilian cities and watched the semi finals and finals matches back home in Rio de Janeiro at the FIFA Fan …

World Cup 2014 in Brazil (33 Photos)

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The 2014 World Cup in Brazil was an absolute blur, but luckily I managed to capture a few highlights on camera that I’ll be able to show my grandkids one day. If you’ve already read the¬†World Cup Wrap Up than you have an understanding of how things went down, but either way, a picture’s worth a thousands words so here’s …