"There is one mistake that permeates our culture like a knife through heated butter - we look outwards to figures of authority for our conclusions on the world instead of trusting ourselves. Figures of authority - Plato? No no no, he isn't on twitter.''
New experiences alter your perception on time and literally extend your life. They force us to slow down and really appreciate the world around us. The greater the complexity of our routine the more we speed through life ignoring the beauty around us - let's change that?
In the afternoon of April 2nd, 2016 I first met the apocalyptic rock band Tankus the Henge - in the evening I played my first gig with them. The rest is history.
Before beginning my journey with Tankus the Henge I had way too much time on my hands- this video provides evidence of that fact. Shot in Newquay with a partially broken phone. Digest with a pinch of salt, laugh accordingly.
''36 days on American soil and I am afraid I have some rather distressing news.....''
Warning: a rather graphic metaphor is used to articulate my anger towards American bacon.
I have officially been back on dry land for 1 month! Dry land I hear you ask?! Indeed.... For 5 months my official home was the Azamara Journey. I was a saxophone player on the ship playing shows by night and exploring the world by day. After this experience I decided to start a travel blog to share my stories and photography from around the world.