Sunday, November 8, 2015
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Klein Bonaire is a small island off the coast of Bonaire - its name translates to small Bonaire. It is home to some great stretches of sand, as well as vibrant reefs. It is also empty. Years ago, developers attempted to build some resorts on the island and the Bonaire community pooled together $10m to prohibit building anything within 200m of the shore - that basically covers the entire island.
A great place to dock with a boat
Kristin and pumps enjoying the beach
From the boat, which is the only way to the island.
Looks like a labyrinth
Check out this bro
Trumpetfish just breezing by
Walking back after a snork
Poor guy only has three flippers
Me and Harper
Monday, September 7, 2015
Sunday, September 6, 2015
Saturday, September 5, 2015
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Menguin is in the middle of raising a round of funding, so it is probably not the best time to disappear into the tropics. But, when you plan a trip and promise a trip to your wife and mother in law, follow-through is important.
So here I am, with a million things to do heading to a remote island.
800am - Wake up, eat toast, realize everyone is gone at the Menguin house
840am - Go to UPS to return some flooring
900am - Arrive at office, take some phone calls, run some reports, act like a spaz because I only have until 10 before...
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Saturday, August 22, 2015
Friday, August 21, 2015
819am - Wake up peacefully, long before my alarm
830am - Eat toast, make some Assam tea. I also stared at some yogurt I bought last week for about a minute before deciding, for the fifth day in a row, that it is not yet time for yogurt. An Asian friend once told me that many people from Asia think that Americans all smell like yogurt. It has been hard for me to eat it ever since. But I still by it.
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Honestly, one of my favorite things about goboogo is how I can look back and see what Kristin and I did for years as we traveled the world. The original intention of this was to create something that we would enjoy for decades to come. I want to have the same documentation with my life as a CEO and entrepreneur.
Also everyday I got to bed at the end of the day and ask myself, "What the hell did I do today?" This will answer that.
607am - Wake up with 8 minutes left before alarm clock goes off, begrudgingly extricate self from bed
630am – Eat some toast, make some tea, get in car, all very solemnly
645am – Leave house, it looks terrible out. check doppler, realize I will be driving in a storm for next 3 hours to my meeting
800am – Stop to use restroom in pouring Ozark storm, soaked from head to toe, step in deep puddle in my leather shoes