Life can be a vortex sometimes. But when it’s at an event called Vortex? Well, it just becomes a Terry Pratchet novel – mystical, whimsical and musical.
Read about one of the most epic parties I’ve been to on The Good Men Project – and not just because of the music.
South Africa is an incredibly specially place. So much love and light. Can’t really put words to it. But I tried in this piece as I tranced up, tripped out and hitched north.
An awesome 2-dayer with awesome peeps in an awesome area. If I haven’t mentioned it before, it was awesome. Read about a trip down the Garden Route on The Good Men Project.
The start of my African hitch hiking adventures. Read about a warm welcoming on The Good Men Project.
I met some amazing folks in South Africa. And one place that’s on constant repeat in my story-telling is Mossel Bay. Read about this awesome little gem on the Garden Route on The Good Men Project
Crossing channels can have it’s moments. Like 12-14 foot waves threatening to dunk you in the middle of the wet. Surfing these beasts on a 47-foot sloop was all part of the package deal when heading for the infamous Cape of Good Hope – off season. Read it all on The Good Men Project
Oh, the days of shooting hoops barefooted in Madagascar. Fun times, except that on the same day I smashed both the pinkie of my foot and pinkie of my hand. Throw in a bad landing off a lay-up and, well, it was quite the day.
Read more about it on The Good Men Project.
Cape Town. What a lekker city. Just when I thought I got her out of my system, The Good Men Project flood me with all the epic memories.
Read on to find out how I was tortured with goodness, ep-fucking-tastic music and some amazing people.
Oi vey. It’s the only way to sum up the storms at sea. This one I remember all too well because even though there was the potential to sink when a wave invited itself in for dinner, everyone was cool, calm and collected. Even Animal. Read what happened on The Good Men Project
I like this republishing stuff on The Good Men Project. Reminds me of the crazy instances I found myself in. And then later thinking, How’d I survive that one?
This was a huge storm that hit us out of every possible angle. Ever try to find a boat in the dark? In a motorless dinghy? On thrashing waves?
Well, if I had such a thing as a bucket-list and that was on it, then I can mark it, Done. Read about it here.
If you’ve never known what it’s like to have your dinghy stolen, then you’ve never known what it’s like to have your dinghy stolen. Read about it on The Good Men Project