Aside from the obvious packing skills, the portable chargers, the overstuffed backpacks, the camera gear and the constantly referenced abilities to compromise or go with the flow, theres 1 thing in particular that jumps out at me as to why the past 3 months have worked (and occasionally not worked) so well.
28 days in Peru, 1 external hard drive crash and hundreds of YouTube tutorials later… our Peru recap video is live! Let us know what you think in the comments below, any suggestions on how to improve our videos or what kinds of shots to include in our future videos are greatly appreciated. Enjoy! Music – Dance With Me by Brothers Egg Camera – Sony Alpha a6300 Mirrorless Camera Lenses – Sony e 35 mm… Read More
It’s been a few weeks since we officially started Nomad Fuel and although we’ve touched on it here and there, I realize that we haven’t really shared an explanation for the vision behind Nomad Fuel and why we’re doing what we are. While it may seem obvious to most (what’s not to like about the idea of traveling around the world for a few months right?), there are some subtleties to our… Read More
Fuel Required: Unleaded – Premium – Diesel – Rocket Fuel Length: 10 miles Duration: 6-7 hours round trip The Haiku Stairs, also known as the Stairway to Heaven, are a steep and rickety (and now illegal) pathway along Oahu’s Ko’olau mountain ridge that leads to a once top secret Naval radio tower. Now a storage place for hikers empty post-hike brews, the tower provides sweeping views of the mountain range and eastern… Read More