It can suck being a remora fish. Luckily, marine biologist expert, Stephanie Helber had our backs, as the remora almost had Dane’s. Read more on The Good Men Project
Monthly Archives: April 2018
When I saw a folded man being taken out of the boot of a compact car on the way to Arusha, Tanzania. Read more on The Good Men Project.
Oh, those island vibes. A little unexpected adventure where it ended with myself dropping Rahim’s camera into water. I think it dried out. Read what happened before that on The Good Men Project
Island vibes on Zanzibar. Exploring this tropical wonderment has been an alcohol and drug-fuelled two months. And the people are so nice. Read more on The Good Men Project about one of me best gigs, opening for the legendary DJ Andy Newman.
My first sail on a traditional dhow, beautifully built in Mozambique with teak and mango wood, 10 meters long with a crew of crazy, friendly pirates. Read more about this band of misfits on The Good Men Project.
Ain’t nothing like the warm waters of the Indian Ocean to make you feel at home. Read on The Good Men Project how the awesome crew of ‘Wisdom’ helped this landlubbered sailor get back at sea.
Perhaps my most memorable experience and favourite encounters, getting arrested on a tropical island for something I didn’t do and getting out of it with the help of some good friends. Read about this comedic situation on The Good Men Project
On January 15th I presented a talk about what I learned over the course of travelling three years non-stop from Melbourne to Jerusalem, hitching for two years through Africa after spending five months sailing the Indian Ocean – in cyclone season – and bartering while observing human nature.
Here’s the podcast of that event (although the recording was glitched so I had to re-record at home but the message is the same) held at 6 Assagao in north Goa, produced by Thus., a very crucial and much needed platform in Goa.
What one hitch can lead to. Pure epicness. Read more on The Good Men Project
Oh, music. The one thing that can break down all walls, all labels, all the things that divide and separate us humans and keeps us from loving each other. It’s music that unites, that raise the vibrations.
Read on The Good Men Project how Zanzibar’s the Sauti za Busara festival rendered me mind-blasted and jaw-dropped.
And this was my first week on the island.