Tag: adventure

After an epic dive trip, Christina and I spent a needed day recharging in the all-inclusive Holiday Inn Resort in San Jose del Cabo, indulging in “bracelet life!” Like a cruise but on land–with mediocre all-day buffets, wet bars at the pool, and free activities including “Crazy Game” (never found out what it was), Foam […]
After a brief respite in Houston, I headed to Africa for a 12-day tour with Bio Bio Expeditions (the company I teach yoga for in Patagonia) to raft the mighty Zambezi and go on safaris. I then took an 18-hour shuttle ride both ways from South Africa to dive and relax for a week in […]
Author’s note: I’m so far behind on blogging (too much enjoying!) so the next few blogs are quite backdated… After chilling in Switzerland, I headed to Croatia for a solo week trip. I used to hate solo trips but now really love the freedom of rugged individualism, although felt wisps of loneliness (see below). I […]
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I decided to go to the Philippines, because I was planning to visit Ako in Tokyo and had a few weeks to burn in Asia.  Oddly enough I had never been to the Philippines and knew very little about things to do there, despite there being tons of Filipinos in Hawaii.  Based on the suggestions […]
10 days of oishi food, old and new friends, clean public bathrooms, excessive and intricate packaging, crowded trains, temples and shrines galore, glorious mountain nature, thrift shops, and a fun lesbian bar!  I came to Tokyo to visit Ako, one of my closest friends coming out of ALCN “coach school.”  I hadn’t seen Ako in […]
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Amazing few days in the Glaciers National Park in Argentinian Patagonia: visited Cerro Fitz Roy (the poor knock-off of an inspirational corporate logo), boated up to the Perito Moreno Glacier (saw a big sheet of ice calve into the water!), and ate lots of lamb and gelato!!  One last long hike to Fitz Roy after […]
Recently finished the 50-mile Torres del Paine W circuit in southern Patagonia! A physically, mentally, and emotionally challenging and rewarding solo journey. Reminded me a lot of the Camino de Santiago, 10-day silent meditation, and being in a hurricane:
Another magical time with Bio Bio in FutaleufĂș! So much love and gratitude! Just a few of the many highlights:
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