Aireys inlet — Daybreak is perhaps the best, but certainly not the safest, time to do this. Plans for the day: an hour to surf, 5 minutes to swim, and coffee at every single place with a view!!! Taken through the windscreen.
Moab — My demeanor and beliefs, my pace and energy, my…chances at making it through anything in life are dependent on seeing the bigger picture. And in the long, quiet moments between one place and the ne...
South — Day 1 on our Icelandic road trip. I’m exhausted, sleep deprived, and I struggle to find the energy to write these words. I really wanted to write something up though, mostly because I feel like Icela...
I love the road. It's an endless space where my eyes learn to see.
The Great Smokies
It's harder to leave behind the mountains than it is to get out of bed in the morning.
Yes, I'll have my cappuccino with a view, please.
The name Pamir Highway suggests it's a highway, but it's far from that. Part of the road is paved, but most of the stretches are just plain rocks.
The road along the shore of the Toktogul Reservoir is absolutely stunning. The road follows the course of the Naryn River, a turqoiuse-colored wide, meandering river in between high mountainsides.
Lake Ala-Kul, situated at a height of 3500 meters. is a picture perfect lake with an almost unreal colour.
The scenery along the way from the Russian/Kazakh border to Almaty was pretty monotonous, but we found a beautiful camping spot anyway.
Novosibirsk not only has beautifully long legged women, Siberia's capital also has the biggest Opera and Ballet Theatre in Russia. When the sun sets, its dome starts to change colors.
Mongolia is one of the most challenging countries for any road trip. It didn't disappoint this time.
After some extremely frustrating and stressful weeks we left Shanghai early in the morning for our first leg.
Navigating the Great Ocean Road
Five hours to go!
Six hours to go!
Work, at the end of the day, seems a long way from home...
The Midwest is a special place.
So Much Money, but Such Little Time