Wishing everyone a happy 420
Some more walking around and sightseeing. This large piece of wood was a marvel. Going to miss staying in this nice house, but so noisy from construction had to get ear plugs. 🤗😂
Nice day watching the waves and getting a taste of Mexico. Viva la mexicom
After years of imperial regulations, the booty bay buccaneers sail again. The treasure is good and the waters are good for sailing.
Sometimes the biggest treasures are in your own country! Finally doing a cross country drive for the first time. Tomorrow marks the end of my 7 day drive across Canada, covering over 6 thousand kilometres! This is even further than my drive to Mexico by about 3 days, which makes it the longest road trip […]
Some of the fun things I did in mexico: Mayan ruins – tulum, chichen itza. The villa arqueologicas was a great experience, and with the neighbourhood Maya land was awesome Golf Pok Ta Pok – Nice 18 hole course in Cancun Snorkel Cozumel Shopped – Got a fake rolex Paid expensive rents – usually double […]
Took a suck on this bat flower and went for a dip in the famous cenote where there were tons of people from all over the world including Russia, France, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, China, and the USA. The cenote is 140 feet deep and has a 50 foot cavern opening that looks up to the […]
Staying at the Villas was an interesting time. It was very tranquil and it’s proximity to the exciting Maya land and temples offered plenty of sights. Got bit by a spider on the first night, but it was worth it to capture these historic photos.
Pretty cool day here in Cozumel, Quintana Roo, where the famous Iron Man Triathalon took place. I did a decent amount of the course, but was also busy doing some island explorations and will soon be heading to the Tulum temple.
Got a new high today
Hola, San Gervasio is an iguana spotting mayan civikation open to public on the Island of Cozumel. Here are some photos of an iguana, something that captured my eye.
The cross is actually from 1628 when spanish conquistadors visited the temple, but the mayan ruins are from the early civilization periods. El cedral is a place where you van enjoy a great party, as well as a church, shops, and a nice break from the cruise ship zones of Cozumel.
Me and my new friends (mangrove restoration workers and part-time fishing guides) went to the lagoon and had a nice day playing in the water and baking in the sun. I will definitely be going back there to camp or spend some time exploring. For now, here are some pics!
Getting some laps in at the airport and found some nice fish art. And to celebrate I am eating some sushi!
Took a stroll for some fresh air today up to burkuku point. And while the restaurant and bar were closed, it was awesome to snap some great pics of Rodadero, which I will be deadly missing as I move onto a new destination this wknd. 😍😍😍😍
An amazing catch
Starting to get accustomed to the area after a few weeks of being a tourist, and should be a local by tomorrow. 😅😅🌮🐛🐟👻
Here is a different view of the beach where I live and the water taxis.
Santa Marta, Marina Playa, Colombia
Bonita marina! Santa Marta Colombia has many sculptures, tranquil waters, and a nice walkway. A wonderful cat Centro esculptura Souvenirs
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A quick slide into Bolivia for some shopping and arts and crafts made for a nice transition.
The Peruan naval and marine base is located in the Callao district, And sits adjacent to their commercial area. The food was incredible and although I didn’t get to see the large base and historical site. Here is a teaser.
Some small ice or salt deposits and some fluvial traces from the air.
Jorge Isaacs historical haciendo in Colombia.
Go Truduea Go! We’re always thinking of ways to give back and say thank you for everything that you do Robert, dedicated Liberal supporters like you are the foundation of our movement. We’re always thinking of ways to give back and say thank you for everything that you do to support Justin Trudeau and our […]
There are many famous artists in Colombia, and some of them have their works presented along the parkway in ciudad Cali, a metro centre in the country of Colombia. Here are a few photos of the cats (gatos) and my Bonita tour guide. Thanks Robert chernish I will be heading into the less populated areas […]
I have been putting some miles on these Nikes, and had someone finally take my picture so I didn’t have to do a selfie. These are my last few days in Mancora, Peru before heading to Lima to do some work and see the city. Going to miss these amazing waters, beach runs, and epic […]
So the last 5 days have been spend unwinding from the hustle and bustle of airports and stressful travel layovers, and after a solid week of immersing myself in the Peruvian culture, it is clear that I won’t be able to experience nearly as much of this beautiful country as I had hoped. After randomly […]
Walked around a lot today and plan on getting over 20000 steps soon, but have problems with my phone in my pocket when I do most of my walking since i usually get over 20000 easy. 🙄🌏🎎
First trip to tofino and spent most of my time watching tv due to rain and fog, but found some cool art! Also some awesome beaches.
Lots of color on the west coast and large trees and good adventures!
Not bad for a slow run.
Finally got a moment to do some adventuring back to Vancouver Island where I have found some tree work, and also some great areas to explore for Driftwood. I hope to get my fishing license in a couple weeks, and get some fishing done, and will do a more updated post at that time. For […]
Just did the rotary seawall and hit a new high!
Itches be likes 15901 what?
Why wait until the New Year to get fit, when you can start now!
Off to a good start this morning…
Check out my first e-book! This is my first public book after working privately as a writer for over 20 years. I am very excited to have published this very first book in a brand new industry, and believe this compendium and reference guide will ease the pain for people looking to learn more about […]
Good times so far this Spring having the time of my life enjoying nature and getting back to the land, even if I am not raking in the cash, I am actually having a good time and learning lots about the weather and land. Here are some snaps from my recent roadtrip where I worked […]
Must have been sleeping last September when Maiden released their album Book of Souls! Up the Irons! Here is the live concert — they are playing in Edmonton on April 08th, but I doubt I’ll be able to make the show since it is a tough time financially, but I’ll be jammin at home! MAIDEN!!