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Woke up a li'l more cheery today in spite of the gloomy weather. I dunno if it's just me but I love drizzly mornings. Kinda romantic noh? ☔
Photo by @lakadpilipinas
The days since have roused a number of flashbacks that have invoked the same hair raising rush as the jump itself. Thanks to @willchantrell who booked and locked in a @skydivewanaka for the pair of us - the only information imparted, a time and place we would meet! Really. It's just as well I didn't have time to dwell on the fact that I'd willingly jump from a plane from 12,000ft that very weekend. Did I mention my fear of heights:)? I thought it would be an ace thing to try. A test of mental strength and let's have it, the thrill of being quite literally on the edge. These things don't always go as planned but I put that aside, made my mental prep for if it didn't and we set off on the journey to Wanaka airport to meet Will. Cool as a cucumber to start with it wasn't long before anxieties started. The picking of nails, perspiring and nausea with a mild case of hyperventilation. I was going to die but I was willingly walking to my death and the mental conflict was an interesting one. I couldn't decide if I liked or loathed the feeling.
Arriving on time I signed a disclaimer and was seated, alone, in front of the information video which ran through the the jump and instructions. Where the fuck was Will?! I watched through the gap in my ring finger shrieking through the 3minute torture, hugging my knees up to my chest and looking around to check nobody was observing me.
In walks Will. Calm and collected in true Will style.... "I'm here, let's do this!" And we walked over to get weighed and kitted up. A bit short but confident and well-built, my #beautifulstranger introduced himself with a firm handshake. We're off to a good start... though I'd much rather be strapped to Will's 😜.
See this super cool purple pom-pom hat? I bought it in Galway, Ireland two summers ago and it’s still my go-to winter hat. Not only does it keep my noggin’ toasty, but it reminds me of why I prioritize savings … so I can travel and explore the world. According to @CapitalOne, nostalgic items could help you save more. Find out more in my recent blog post #bankingreimagined |#ad 📸 @madelinerosephoto
Baby, it’s (freezing) cold outside ❄️ Para pegar as famosas jacuzzis externas do @arakur_ushuaia vazias, só indo de manhã cedinho. Fui logo que o spa abriu e tive todas pra mim, testei uma por uma 😁 Ainda bem que são quentissimas, q estava zero grau (literalmente) do lado de fora ⛄️
Flashback to our visit to Calgary a few years ago. We stopped by this deserted country town with about 5 houses and twice as many wheat silos. The entire place was blanketed in snow and not a soul to be seen for miles, except a few Bison. What a beautiful yet harsh landscape!
Always a good idea to be an early riser, especially in the Death Valley ☀
Avant la montée en flèche du thermomètre. Souvenir d'un lever de soleil au Father Crowley Point. Dur de sortir du lit si tôt, parfois les méthodes efficaces des potes sont nécessaires *allume la lumière* 😂
Visiting Frank Lloyd Wrights Fallingwater was so incredible. Endless amounts of inspiration in one home. Walnut furniture, kilim pillows, sandstone walls, planters built into the walls, greenery everywhere, all atop a waterfall. 🍂
Today we said goodbye to the mountains and lakes, as well as all the wonderful people we met on our week long tour with @moosebus. I must admit, I’m in absolute awe of the beauty found within my own country and most grateful for the opportunity to connect with the world again. Don’t underestimate the power of nature and how great it can make you feel 🌎