CERRO TUNARI PART 2: THANK YOU EDUARDO.
So, after we decided to head home there was the same, incredibly different hike smiling back at us.
We followed a slightly different ‘path’ that took us down the river. It made us stumble upon marsh area and waterfalls what didn’t make the trail much easier... when we finally reached the road it would still be 31km of walking until we would encounter the first village.
We had made a cardboard in the hope it would help us hitchhike but... it became clear to us that for starters, we only saw 4 cars passing us in a whole hour and second of all, they really weren’t keen on picking up hitchhikers... It was getting dark and in our head we would be walking the whole night to overcome these 31km or either ask a local farmer to sleep between his lamas for the night... 30 Minutes later or so, our hero passed by. His name was Eduardo. A man of few words with a big, rusty van.
We were so relieved we had a lift that the following police encounter who first didn’t wanna let us go because we only had a picture of our passport and thought we were trafficking drugs, didn’t even disturb us.
At about 9pm we finally entered our hostel, ready to do some more kilometers to look for something to fill up our stomach after this more than adventurous day... .
It's a truly remarkable journey as a traveler, myself and a boyfriend in 2018. Being myself is the best thing that has ever happened in my life. My love, @bina.butterflie, shows what unconditional love is, and taught me how to be a better version of myself. Many things to learn, take on, and the journey is still far away. 🔥
One of the things I want to share with you guys by learning from my journey in the United States. You can see that I've been traveling around the world for last four years. Clearly, traveling has indeed evolved my thoughts and personal into a better person. But I have to admit that I was traveling as much as I can that I didn't get to participate in the Deaf community much. In 2018, I started to interact with the Deaf community more than before. I was in awe of how much I've absorbed positive thoughts and energy from the Deaf community ❤️ 🔥🙌 🤔
I realized socializing with locals or the Deaf community less is the limitation to seeing how the world works and how I can do to contribute my work to the Deaf community and everyone else. Now, I've decided to interact with the Deaf community as much as I can this 2019. I want to open myself more to you guys by sharing my feeling, thoughts, and bringing what I've learned from the Deaf community. I'm totally stoked about what I will do this year!
📍 Accrochée comme un koala à ma branche de bamboo 😋
On avait préparé l'appareil pour faire une belle photo instagramable vu que le décor s y prête, puis d'un coup j'ai senti quelque chose qui m'avait pincé la jambe... Mon réflexe à été de sortir mes jambes de l'eau tout en imaginant un énorme serpent dans l'eau, mais pas de panique c'était juste des petits poissons 😃
A choisir , je préfère cette photo pleine de spontanéité et naturelle 😻
34 50916 November, 2018
📍Tubing à Vang Vieng
On inverse les tendances instagram 😃
Sans vraiment le vouloir on a imité le style de photo "follow me" mais à notre manière.
Le mode vidéo + photo sur la sport camera capte vraiment des chouettes moments 😃
On s'est laissé bercer par le courant de la rivière. Dites nous , vous êtes plutôt rivière ou plage et sable fin?
12 38817 November, 2018
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