Traveler Video: One Month in Nepal
One Month in Nepal from Planet Vagabond on Vimeo.
One Month in Nepal is a stop motion video I created using the 1900 shots I took with my Sony HX9V between our 14-day hike to Mount Everest Base Camp, a stay at Chitwan National Park to hunt the elusive one-horn rhino, and religious offerings in the morning at Durbar Square in Kathmandu.
This flashes through some of the hardest things I’ve had to do with my life.
Traveler Video: Dolphins Racing in Patagonia
The cruise through Patagonia aboard the Navimag ferry was one of the highlights of our round the world tour if for nothing else but the fact that we could share that experience with Jess’ sister. As all good fairy tales come true, in the evening of a wonderful day, I was taking the Chilean breeze in when literally out of the blue, two dolphins appeared and raced our boat for a few magical seconds. Since I am no expert, I am unsure whether these are bottlenose dolphins, skunk dolphins, or dusky dolphins. Any help at identifying those would be appreciated!
Digging For Silver in a Bolivian Mine
If you are not sure whether or not you may be suffering from claustrophobia, there is only one short test to be taken: dive down inside the dark bowels of an active mine in Bolivia. You will quickly find out what you are made of and whether the little 4-year old boy inside of you wants to make a come back and cry for his maman.