The Barefoot Artist
“Broken places are my canvases.” ~ Lily Yeh
“Broken places are my canvases.” ~ Lily Yeh
~Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.
We had the pleasure of being interviewed by Roamin’ Around last week. I was very pleased with the outcome of this interview, it was both fun and thought provoking. With everyday our thought process is getting stronger and the goals of simply accepting and becoming alive become more clear. Thanks, Phil, for reaching out to […]
In honor of all of our friends wandering that beautiful world out there. Hakuna Matata
Backpacking Lima Peru : A Travel Guide Lima Peru: How to get there, where to stay, and what to do: Our first encounter with the city of Lima was arriving on a sixteen hour bus from Piura, Peru. We saw the “Welcome to Lima” signs and thought we had made it. Well, it wasn’t […]
Here are some shots I took this week in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Click each photo to enlarge. Enjoy 🙂
Cambodian Money — What You Should Know While Traveling Cambodia While traveling Cambodia, one must consider several aspects of Cambodian money. What’s the currency? How far does a US Dollar go in Cambodia? What are other issues to be mindful of? 1. How Far Does a Dollar Go in Siem Reap, Cambodia? The cost of […]
Passion Passport just featured a small piece Kate and I wrote. Check it out! Isla Ballestas, Peru: The Poor Man’s Galapagos Islands.
This is the main song heard everywhere in Siem Reap Cambodia for the Khmer New Year. All the kids (and grownups too!) love dancing to this! Enjoy 🙂
I had a blast making Banana Blossom Salad, Vegetable Curry, and Cambodian cooked bananas in Siem Reap!
Celebrating Khmer New Year in Cambodia I’m teaching Art and English at two schools in Cambodia and we recently celebrated the Khmer New Year! Ponheary Ly (the organization I’m involved with) is a nonprofit that helps young students at Knar Primary School. Knar School is located in a rural village in Siem Reap, Cambodia. […]
Sometimes you’re ahead, sometimes you’re behind. The race is long and, in the end, it’s only with yourself.
More to come on the experience soon!
Backpacking Montanita Ecuador : A Travel Guide Montanita Ecuador : How to get there, where to stay, and what to do: For the past six months I had contested the idea of going to Montanita Ecuador. The sun-soaked beach town is known around the world for its surfing and party scenes. Given its reputation for […]
M a h a K u m b h M e l a from a d r i c w a t s o n on Vimeo.
Top: Larcomar Mall in Miraflores, Municipal Palace of Peru Bottom: Park of the Reserve, Pisco Sour at the Grand Bolivar Hotel
37 Hours by Bus and an Opportunity to Practice Patience From Ecuador to Lima, Peru Kate and I decided to take a bus to Lima, Peru on Tuesday night. From Cuenca, Ecuador to Lima, Peru it should take around 22 hours, driving straight through. Unfortunately, no bus companies have a direct bus connecting these two […]
If you are present in this moment, you are successful…right now, this moment….this is where we are meant to be.
AsapSCIENCE provides a helpful overview on the research into lucid dreaming.
Railay Beach, Krabi, Thailand – Average Daily Cost $29 Per Day We had heard great things about the small west coast Thai beach called Railay Beach. Our friend Jason whom we respect in many aspects of life — especially Thai travel — recommended insisted that we check out Railay Beach. We decided to move north from […]
~ Malala Yousafzai
Overcoming Asana has a very detailed piece on jumping back in Ashtanga Yoga. I encourage all yoga practioners to read it when they have the opportunity. “Iyengar talking about his guru Krishnamacharya in an interview from the movie Enlighten up. Iyengar is focusing on the ‘jumping’ aspect of Krishnamacharya’s teaching and explaining it as a […]
Backpacking Cartagena ~ Average Daily Cost $36 USD Cartagena is a beautiful and historical city on the Caribbean coast of Colombia. It is ranked as Colombia’s top area for tourism and boasts many museums and ornate churches as well as beach views and a warm tropical climate. Whether your ideal destination is one with old […]
Wingsuits are so awesome. Here is a wingsuit stunt from the Nuit de la Glisse film “Imagine, Life spent on the Edge” involving some seriously technical camera work and intense music. Enjoy! Hakuna Matata
Image and Article Via WSJ The new musical “Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds,” written by the late reggae musician’s eldest daughter, Cedella, will open at the New Victory Theater in New York on Feb. 7, one day after what would have been his 69th birthday. “This is going to be the best birthday ever for dad,” Cedella […]