2015 In Review.

 

My 2015 travel year in review, taking me to the things that matter. With special thanks to the wonderful people I’ve worked with, opportunities enjoyed, destinations uncovered and partnerships formed. Nature, the ocean, animals, conservationists, heroes of this world and the storytellers and change makers I am lucky enough to meet.

Mostly to all of you for your invaluable support and interest, for reading my words, watching my videos and following along with me on this amazing journey of discovery. Life is never lonely, with you.

Here’s to an inspired 2016 that reinforces the value of Conscious Travel.

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