If Mel isn’t diving, exploring an art museum, reading a book, or vagabonding across the globe, she’s probably busy doing her thing as a neurosurgeon.
While backpacking in Honduras, she came across this battered and beautiful Rolex GMT Master in an antique store. She was initially attracted to its unique aesthetic, and was completely sold knowing the history of Rolex and the story of the GMT Master.
Here’s a bit from Mel about the piece. “Authenticity is hard to come by, and I've come to realise that your timepiece should say something about you as a person, not as a consumer. The things I value most in life are travel, books and art, but my Rolex GMT serves to remind me that the most valuable commodity in life is time--That every moment should matter.”