1 bag, 1 ball and no plan. Dropping in among locals in Uruguay with Yogi.
Final leg. The day started early with a few time lapse shots being set at 5 a.m. The sail was a mix of no wind, wild wind and average wind as the waves grew alongside dolphins, penguins and of course, the hilarious albatross. For eight hours or so we all talked, ate and laughed while […]
As if sailing around Cape Horn wasn’t enough, this day became even more memorable. After anchoring the Santa Maria we took a small dingy to shore—where a small beach awaited us on an island along the southern seas. If you looked at the pictures you would guess we were on a beach in Thailand. The […]
Today we rounded Cape Horn…and I’ve never felt so small…but so full of life and humble at once Among large winds and larger waves, today will remain a day forever embedded in my mind. We could see the edge of the earth during the entire sail and the anticipation did not provide any anxiety, only […]
It was only two weeks earlier when my best friend Andy, brother Ravi, sister Maya and her husband Michael took me to the Super Bowl. There, on the 40-yard line with the city that doesn’t sleep as our backdrop, we watched my mentor lead his team to the World Championship. A unique feeling, as it […]
As a constant rain fell today i was fortunate to explore the famous Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain… and today, in the halls drawn by Frank Gehry and the works created and inspired by many others i simply got lost…for hours…and felt right at home… hope you’re exploring and living life without limits somewhere… now […]
We did it. Tonight at 9pm, we arrived in Santiago. After walking 200+ km, many convos, bread, cheese, ice cream for dayzzz and much wisdom from many along the Camino, we arrived. So epic. Need sleep, but more coming tomorrow. Just wait! LWOL.
Ever think about what you do during a walk? Like, what do you think of? For real. During the Camino De Santiago pilgrimage, I’ve decided to not listen to music. Thus, as we approach 200 km over the last nine days on dusty paths, wet roads and steep boulder-filled/mud infused hills it has been me […]
Eight days in and I finally understand what Trent Dilfer is talking about. Over the last few years at Elite11, he has told our staff about how his injuries would pile up–each Sunday he would play, but Mondays would be extremely difficult to get out of bed. A week or so into the Camino, it […]
Imagine walking down a busy street without looking at your iPhone? Now picture that street with no lights, few cars and only a handful of people. What do you hear? What do you see? What do you feel? Along today’s stretch on the Camino De Santiago so many of those senses burst onto this path, […]