This month I am taking a break from diving the warm tropical waters that I am accustomed to, and making a tour of Europe (yes in the cold winter), to attend some big dive and travel shows. I hit up Istanbul, London, Paris and Madrid, meeting new partners and potential sponsors for my quest to
Pablo, drugs, coffee – probably the top three things that come to mind when I say Colombia! What about internationally recognised street art? Not so much! It was a surprise to Craig and I too; in fact our whole trip to Colombia was packed with debunking the stereotype of the country as a war zone.
Continuing on my Eurail journey, I leave Bucharest to head to Ljubljana, Slovenia. First stop on the way is Budapest, Hungary, a good 10 hours down the track. Before you send your angry message to me wondering why I am not spending more time in Budapest, I assure you I love Budapest and have visited
What the Israeli government likes to call a “security fence”, but what is commonly refereed to as the Apartheid wall and the Berlin Wall of West Bank, is in fact a 20 ft tall, 700+ kilometer wall snaking through the West Bank of Palestine, effectively cutting them off from Israel and the rest of the
Street art in Miami is taken pretty serious by its artists. The Wynwood Art District is filled with street art every which way you turn. There is a section called the Wynwood Walls and Wywood Doors with commissioned art from local artists, but the surrounding blocks are lined with amazing art as well. You could
Belfast is a city with a colorful political history that has been split between the Loyalists and Nationalists. Although “the troubles” have mainly subsided, there are still many signs of the past strife throughout the city. The street art is spread throughout the city and are combination of Nationalist, Loyalist and Cultural murals, and the