1,300+ days of perpetual motion. Is nomadic life what we thought it would be?

You would think this lifestyle, moving from place to place, would become easier to describe the longer we live it. But, it seems, the more we dig in, the harder it becomes to offer sensible explanation. “I hope you still enjoy what you’re doing.” People float this wish all the time and it never fails … More 1,300+ days of perpetual motion. Is nomadic life what we thought it would be?

10 Years Later: Reflecting on the Tsunami and its Life-Altering Affects – Part III

Going Through the Motions in the Aftermath We were lucky enough to find a place to rest our heads for the next few nights, many were not and slept on the hill. With rumors flying of more waves coming, we were evacuated to the island’s highest point one more time but otherwise our days were … More 10 Years Later: Reflecting on the Tsunami and its Life-Altering Affects – Part III

10 Years Later: Reflecting on the Tsunami and its Life-Altering Affects – Part II

Diarrhea may have saved our lives At first glance, the beaches of Ton Sai in Krabi lived up to the fantasy. Arriving via boat (at the time, there were no roads that reached these remote, yet touristy beaches), we were greeted by gorgeous white sand, warm clear waters, and swaying palms. We meet Jason and … More 10 Years Later: Reflecting on the Tsunami and its Life-Altering Affects – Part II