That time 6 years ago when I took a landscape photo at #macchupicchu without the hundreds of tourists that day. As someone who was been traveling around the world for quite sometime now, it makes me a little nostalgic about the time when there were still a lot of travel frontiers. But with globalization, I feel like there are no more places to be discovered (other than where the uncontacted Amazonian tribes live, who we really should leave alone). And that makes me a little sad for the next generation. I still remember almost 20 years ago when we decided to go to Bocas del Toro in Panama at an urging of this British dude we met at a bed and breakfast in Costa Rica. At that time, there were only a few huts on the water and we spent $90 for 2 people in 10 days, everything included. I wish that all the people that travel now strive for a more authentic experience and encourage everyone to not commercialize and build massive resorts. I feel like it changes the locals as well as the travel experience. Ok. Getting off the soapbox now. Have a great day everyone! The weekend is almost here
My passport needs more stamps. Grabbed this shot last year in #jacocostarica while hanging with the #highenergyfusionyoga#ytt graduates. I also learned that it's very hard to surf if you keep drinking the ocean.