A random assortment of my travel stats. I never really thought about it until I was applying for a position on Nomadic Matt. He does good work and the pandemic will be a time to refresh his mission and what he can do and who he can reach going forward. It’s funny times are different, …Continue reading "My Random Travel Stats"
The world we knew when you could travel easily by air to anywhere in the world seems like a different a world. We are in an age of change, where our very ability to connect has been restricted by COVID-19. Life is not going to return to what is was, whatever the future brings will …Continue reading "When will Travel Return"
My current problem is I’m just not social, there are so few of us but I just keep to myself but that’s how I have always been. I go down the Internet rabbit hole and don’t stick my head out of it until I have to. I just shutdown for the most part. It’s always …Continue reading "A problem of antisocialism"
Culture can often be reflected in the stories we tell, the heroes we create and the situations we put them through. If that is the case, I have come to feel that in the stories told within the Hollywood system hit the same beats with such consistency they warp our view of stories as a …Continue reading "What I Frustrates me in Modern Stories in trying to find the One Story I need to Tell"
As I sit here in Minca, Colombia I sit here on the backs of giants, of every trekker, of every climber, of everyone who has ever walked, who has ever crawled. I just sat and watched Meru, a documentary film about their climb up the Shark’s Fin. I am not a climber, I am human, …Continue reading "My Long Walk and my long Write"
There have been many outbreaks across history but all of them have occurred in the far reaches of history well away from the modern day. In late December 2019 that changed as a coronavirus sprung up in Wuhan, China and began took hold of a new host for it to spread into, the human race. …Continue reading "All it took as a Virus to Break the World #COVID_19 #coronavirus"
Sitting here in Minca when the government has all but shut down the country makes you understand how much things have changed and also how life still has to go on if differently than it did before. Any place where you could have congregated has now been shutdown. In the region, all national parks have …Continue reading "As a Traveler should I go back to Canada or Not? #coronavirus #pandemic"
2019 and the second decade of the century are in the books, as we each look back it is also time to look forward. You don’t need a new year to reset or restart but there is something about being able to support people who are also on similar journeys. How do you plan to …Continue reading "Recover and Reset for 2020"
Here I am in London, on the last day of this phase of my journey. I have a flight tomorrow from Gatwick to Toronto. The last time I was in Toronto was 6 and a half years ago. It’s been ages, I will not stay there but when I left Toronto last time I …Continue reading "Thoughts on my pause on the travel to reset for the next Adventure"
I remember when I first made the decision to leave Canada, I thought it would be a year or two of wandering. I thought I would travel and head back but instead I kept going and have had the privilege of meeting amazing people, making places like Thailand and New Zealand homes at different points …Continue reading "Near the end or at least a pause of the path"