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Beautiful moments..

I find myself often in beautiful moments, where I stop to appreciate the complexity of my existence yet the seemingly simple chain of events that have led me to that point. It is confounding and liberating simultaneously. My thoughts then

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Trip to Diani

So this was a trip me and one of my best friends did a few months back. It was an extempore trip from Nairobi to the coast. Although the pictures dont do the trip justice, they might give a small

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Posted in Africa, East Africa, Personal, Pictures, Random, Travel

Back in the Sauna

Its been a week or so again, even though I tried to get back into a steady rhythm of posting. Anyway that’s life 🙂 So im back to the intense heat of Djibouti. Its not so much the heat that’s

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Antarctica: A Year on Ice – Stunning movie

Decided to watch a movie yesterday and happened to have this specific one lying around. So basically it is a documentary/biography of a guy who has lived there for over 10 years as a satellite engineer. During his work there

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White Sands Dive Trip

Yesterday I embarked yet on another diving trip herein Djibouti. Got up at 7, got ready, grabbed a few croissants on the way and boarded the boat. The weather was clear blue, warm and calm. We had a group of

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Lied to by maps my entire life.

Well I was aware of the fact that most major maps used internationally are not correct. Found this little piece to elaborate on all the ways that they can be misleading. http://www.iflscience.com/environment/how-maps-can-lead-you-wrong-idea

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One of the best Dives I have ever been on.

Yesterday was the last dive of my Advanced Open Water course. It was a single night dive at an old massive (150m) ship wreck roughly 20 minutes outside of Djibouti port by speedboat. We were a total of 8 persons

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