It's been a BIG week.
Just this past weekend, I was on stage telling the story of the first "Hikers Without Pants" event to 3000 people at the World Domination Summit in Portland. It was incredible, and the feedback from the crowd and everyone who approached me over the weekend was through the roof. It was a serious honor to share a tiny piece of myself with so many incredible people.
Part 6 in my weekly roundup from my newest feature. Each day of the week means a new photograph from a different continent.
This week features images like bold mountains in Ushuaia, a spiraling path to a cave in New Zealand, and a beautiful evening in Petra.
Part 5 in my weekly roundup from my newest feature "Around the World in 7 Days." Each day of the week means a new photograph from a different continent.
This weeks images include a fig tree car path in Tanzania, park lights in Finland, and a kid trying to beat the heat in Burma / Myanmar.
Part 4 in my weekly roundup from my newest feature. Each day of the week means a new photograph from a different continent.
This week features images from the crazy streets in Hanoi, a blue hour cityscape in Vancouver, and the relentless spinning of the Sufi dancer in Egypt.
Part 3 in my weekly roundup from my newest feature. Each day of the week means a new photograph from a different continent.
Part two in my weekly series "Around the World in 7 Days" featuring a photo from a different continent every day of the week.
The earth is a big place, and you can't see it all in a day.
But maybe you can in a week...
So as your virtual tour guide, I post a photo from a different continent. everyday of the week. You can keep up in real time on Google+, Instagram or Facebook.
Jetboating. Just another one of those crazy Kiwi ideas. And like all of the best, it works, and it's a pile of fun.
I'm a big fan of "learning by doing," so I hopped aboard a pair of jetboats during my "Travel With a Local" trip in New Zealand with my partners in crime Dave and Lauren. Remember, I did it for you.
It's been an action packed few months since I last updated you on my whereabouts. In terms of movement since the last time I updated you 6 months ago, I've been in four countries on a range of projects. So let's get to it.
I'll be honest. Wearing a dress out in public is getting to be a pretty natural thing for me nowadays.
To be fair, I'm usually heading out to do something awesome in it.
In August 2012, my father, brother and I hiked for 5 days and over 70km along the Berg Lake Trail in the Canadian Rockies, and we did it while wearing school girl dresses. Why? We did it as part of Do It in a Dress, an initiative by the Australian-based organization One Girl, who's programs help support scholarships for young girls and women entrepreneurs in Sierra Leone. In every way possible, it was a huge success.
This year we multiplied and became the "Climbers Without Pants."