Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by ninefivezero, Nov 6, 2010.
He was doing the mountain thing and said he wasn't sure if he'd be able to post or not during it.
Just got back yesterday, it was fantastic. Blog should be up tomorrow, it's going to take me a while to write!!
Whoah!!! Are you ever going to climb that puppy?
My thoughts on Everest will be in the upcoming blog
Everest, bitches: http://scottsnextadventure.blogspot.com/2011/04/unforgettable-everest-base-camp-and.html
I bet Everest felt more touristy than some of the places you've been.
River raftin' 'n stuff: http://scottsnextadventure.blogspot.com/2011/04/pokhara-and-rafting-kaligandaki.html
Endless summer? Are you chasing the endless summer?
That is regarded as the world's most dangerous airstrip. No thanks.
Yah, it was pretty nuts.
Today I start a 4-day whitewater kayak class/trip, then to the Chitwan park for a 3/4 day safari thing.
Man, I'm home so soon... crazy.
New bog, whitewater rafting on the Seti River and then a few days in Chitwan National Park:
they maneuver those planes around like a car parking lot.
insane adventures.. like whiskas said youre gaining riches money cant buy.
It's been one hell of an adventure, thats for sure.
Now, I'm so ready to come home.
be honest fiddy...how many women have you had sex with while on your adventure.
Let's broaden the question to make sure we get an accurate number.
Since he saw so many things, it's less time for pimpin'
And remember, he got agressed in India
But man... from the last pictures... you saw a fuckin rhino! Awesome!
And lastly, just a thought.. after such an adventure, I guess that an adaptation period to routine is necessary.. everyday life must be boring after you lived that!
i said the same thing before, but he seems to think its going to be easy.
i dunno, he could possibly have a hard time dealing with coming back to the old routine, i know i would.
something like that would set me off into a depression, i would think.
i wanna know how many cervix's got ruptured by the fiddycock too!!
it's the same as athletes who get depressed after the olympics... they don't know what to do anymore.
But 950 seems like a resillient guy, mentally. Plus he'll find local adventures.
Seems like he has a bottomless pit of money, even with a woodcutter job. So I'm sure he sells crack secretly anyways.
really, i never knew about athletes getting depressed after olympics.. why is that?
i'd also figure that after visiting such places, you come back "home", and its both not home and you'll see life completely different.
edit: okay, i just found this. wow this is interesting
Basically, it's a lack of goals/life purpose after the olympic life.
You devote your life to sports, every minute of it, don't think about the future and then bang... you hit the wall!
Sums it in a few words
LOL, I was going to say "Well, there was that thing in India...."
Saw a bunch of rhinos actually, some great sightings. Man they are strange creatures, seriously.
Yah, I'm sure coming home will seem a bit dull at first, but honestly I am looking forward to some routine again. Being on the road for 6 months, almost never staying in the same place for more a few days, hopping between different countries, (minimal) planning, and living out of a bag is tiring man! Home is a needed rest, gives me time to plan the next big adventure
*shrug* My sister did fine after the Olympics
Nah, I just spend what I have well
next big adventure is JAPAN!!! then RUSSIA!
then to the MOON! SPACE SPACE SPACE space.
If I had to guess, next trip will probably take me to central or south America, but China is also high on the list (and would probably include Japan).
Wonder how long till I get out like this again...
Some of the last few days of the adventure: medieval towns and goat sacrifice: http://scottsnextadventure.blogspot.com/2011/05/my-last-days-in-kathmandu-valley.html