We called ourselves “Team Julian”, a tribute to the lone male guest in our core group of travelers on G Adventure’s “Best of Patagonia” trip. Julian is from England and he’s traveling around the world. Some of us are jealous. Read More
Let me suggest the soundtrack. Yes, a little somber spanish guitar, but the overriding sound you need to imagine while looking at the slides that follow is the wind: a loud, powerful, constant wind. A wind that will force you to squat and hold on to rocks while crawling up to a vantage point for a photo. A wind that will pull a perfectly good tent from its stakes and send it flying over the campground to a cold goodnight in the bay. Read More
Thanks for watching this humble video. Think of it as a Valentine someone made you as a child. There was no fancy equipment used in its production–just a lot of important images, wonderful memories and love.
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Next adventure: the Patagonia region of Argentina and Chile.
Creede is a place where you can sit on your porch and watch the sun set on valleys that are miles away. The end of daylight often turns the peaks a soft shade of pink. The Rio Grande river looks like liquid silver on the edge of town when the light fades. That’s not the case this week. Read More
We’ve spent the last several days pouring over photos of Gombu at his home here in Darjeeling. There are pictures of him with Queen Elizabeth, President Kennedy, the Ghandi family, but the one at the top of this post is my favorite.