Peru has been a whirlwind so far, and i'm super excited to share all the fun stories and pictures soon - but for now i'd like to stop and appreciate the moment for a second. because life is so subtle sometimes, that you barely notice yourself walking through the doors you once wished would open ❤️
Peru, day 1: after over 30 hours of travel time, we finally made it to peru! our first real day was spent journeying to the sacred valley. at the considerabe height of 9,500 ft., most of the day was spent with our feet up - acclimatizing with some local koka tea. no complaints here though, because the @inkaterrahotels property here is so gorgeous! this is the view from the sitout of my room 🙌 #visitperu#perutherichestcountry@peru
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I find myself conflicted about creating and posting pictures like these. on the one hand i like the challenge of purposefully enhancing certain settings, but on the other hand i don’t like that these pictures possibly influence aspirations of false realities. i’m all about creating interesting content, but maybe we need to re-examine our ideas of what that means. i dunno, thoughts?
The acacia tree silhouetted at sunset is perhaps one of the most iconic images you’ll see of the vast african savannas. and while i don’t like to take the typical pictures associated with any place, i feel like this one kind of fell into my lap as we were driving out of etosha national park. i considered it a fitting goodbye to our time in namibia 🇳🇦 // #whpmirrorimage
Stok kangri winter expedition daily routine:
1) wake up shivering, with frost formed on your sleeping bag (most nights dipped down to -30c)
2) spend 10 minutes removing crusted ice from your snow boots, and another 20 minutes trying to put them on.
3) make the long journey to the bathroom and try, with 6 layers on - to use it with dignity. .
4) try to brush your teeth without letting your exposed hands freeze in -15c temperatures.
5) skip steps 3 & 4, because on some days you just can’t. .
6) shoulder your heavy pack and march into oblivion.
7) repeat steps 1-6.