Highlights from Trevor and Uri's time in Pokhara and Kathmandu in Nepal. First 15 minutes: Poon Hill trekking; next 15 minutes: Ultralight flight in Pokhara; last 5 minutes: Monkey Temple and highlights from their knife-making afternoon.
Trevor and I had a flight to Myanmar to catch at 4:30 in the afternoon. That gave me plenty of time to hunt down a police station and get them to file a police report for my stolen phone. I felt stupid for not thinking about it myself, but Bruce had mentioned that I might... Continue Reading →
Uri gets his phone stolen, which leaves him feeling pretty down, but some awesome friends help cheer him right back up with some pizza and beer.
Trevor and Uri embark on a food tour to taste a handful of Indian and Nepalese dishes and learn a bit about the city and country's history. Afterwards, they hit up the Monkey Temple.
Uri wrestles a Nepalese masseuse; Trevor and Uri fly in an Ultralight; and the boys visit the International Mountain Museum.
Trevor and Uri meet up with a couple of familiar faces and decide to welcome 2018 in the company of new friends.
Uri and Trevor continue on the Poon Hill trail on the second day of their hike, trekking through some beautiful forested areas before reaching the village of Ghorepani at an elevation of 2675 metres.
Merry Christmas, everybody! Trevor and I put together this recording of "The 12 Days of Christmas" with the help of our friends around the world. We hope you enjoy it.
The Mirror House is a the only place in the world that combines art, love, meditation, cake, science, and space travel.
We started the day at the Heritage Souk before making our way to the beautiful Al Shaheed Park, which sits right in the heart of the city.
Sometimes when you're travelling, everything that can go wrong does go wrong. This was one of those times.
Trevor and Uri jump off a bridge...twice--because once isn't enough. Uri screams like a baby. Trevor is pure badass. Then they visit Matapo National Park in Bulawayo.
Trevor and Uri spent three weeks enjoying the natural beauty of Uganda. The country's beauty was matched by that of the local people. Our travelling duo made many new kindhearted friends wherever they found themselves, whether it was in Kampala, Jinja, Fort Portal, or Kibale.
Trevor and Uri set off on their most ambitious mission yet: Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania! But they weren't alone. They had eleven other amazing human beings to share the journey with. They also had six outstanding guides courtesy of Ultimate Kilimanjaro, as well as a score of superhuman porters to assist them every step of the way. It was one crazy happy family. Afterwards, Uri and Trevor tag along with Gene the Weather Machine on a 4-day safari through Tarangire National Park, Serengeti National Park, and Ngorogoro Crater.
Trevor and Uri enjoy an afternoon at the beach with the ladies, then Uri embarasses himself on the dancefloor in the evening. They spend their last day in Uganda enjoying a lazy day of board games.
Trevor and Uri went bungee jumping over Victoria Falls! And they finally saw a rhino! And a baby rhino! Weeeeeee!
Roger is a man with two passions: Music and helping others. He is an orphan and refugee from the Congo who is looking to open a shelter for orphans, widows, and others in need. He also want to teach young orphaned children to play instruments so they can heal through the power of music and also find new employment opportunities.