(En español abajo👇)These past 4 months have been a whirlwind. 4 countries, 18 cities, 26 dives, 6 shuttles, and countless memories and friendships.
I asked @___lorax___ the other day if she felt she’d changed at all as a person during our trip. She and I both agreed that we had, but we had a difficult time articulating what exactly had changed amongst us.
After some reflection, I think I have an answer. I’m more calm. More accepting of chaos and of constant change. Moving an average of once every two weeks forces one to ebb and flow like the changes of the tides- maybe one day your coffee machine doesn’t work, so you fix it with a spatula. Maybe one day your debit card is skimmed, so you spend the rest of your trip mooching cash from your best friend (thnx Laura). Maybe the bed is squeaky, maybe the water makes you sick. But still, the sun rises and falls. And there’s a certain peace in that. —
por mis amigos de centroamericanos, gracias por los recuerdos. Este viaje no sería nada sin ustedes.
Nos vemos pronto, algunos de ustedes, antes de lo que todos piensan. 😉🖤 🇲🇽 🇬🇹 🇨🇷 🇳🇮
El Peñol or this massive rock is 740 steps to the top and with the altitude it was not easy but extremely worth the views. The other shots are from the town. Beautiful baseboards or zocalos line the houses of this colorful town. They often tell stories of the occupations or hobbies of the home owner. #guatape#zocalo#latergram#colombia#daytripper#travelgram