About two weeks before we left for Nepal, I ordered a wide-angle camera lens from a website so I could fully capture everything going on around me and the absolute hugeness of the Himalayas. I ordered it to arrive on the 13th, the day before we were set to leave. Well…turns out the 13th is aContinue reading
If you wanted a little behind-the-scenes action of my summer roadtrip, look no further! Along with making the world’s best s’mores and hiking my days away, I was taking video basically the entire time. I’m almost done producing the full-length, 3 minute version, but until then, here’s a sneak preview: : ) enjoy!
Arriving in Kathmandu and the receiving culture shock was like being plunked into a glass full of squirming octopi and having no idea what’s going on while your entire body is being examined by tentacles.
In case you haven’t heard:
The morning after we arrived in Nepal, I woke up and spent a good two seconds wondering where the heck I was–then it hit me.
I think the best way to describe arriving in Nepal was that I drastically overestimated my experience with international travel.
The day after hiking Half Dome, I woke up and tried to crawl out of my tent.
When I woke up in the morning to hike Half Dome, I was seriously procrastinating the whole hiking thing. I was ready to go, but I was also extremely nervous about the whole thing, and I kept coming up with tasks for myself to do that just could not wait. Like organizing my car. And decidingContinue reading
I painted stairs, drove a Volkswagen Beetle, and hung out with Danish chicks. Ventura was AWESOME.
Returning from a week of sleeping in a tent and waking up ruthlessly early to see the sunrise every morning, Penpal and I were more than a leetle exhausted when we returned to Ventura, CA. But his family is amazing, and I spent three days surfing, sleepily going about my day, and driving around withContinue reading