Going to Cuba was like going back in time. Classic cars cruised across the streets, buildings blazed with colonial and baroque architecture, and technology was far and few between. People clamored and played in the streets day and night and music filled the alleyways everywhere we went. It was simply magical.
Thank you South Africa for the amazing adventure! The wonderful people we met along the way perfectly complemented your beautiful terracotta sunsets, vibrant rolling hills, and rugged blue coastlines. It was a wild, untamed, and endless adventure. Until we meet again. (p.s. My drone died halfway through the trip — yikes! I tried to stitch together as much as I could!)
Last week we took a journey to Zion and it was simply breathtaking. The massive sandstone cliffs that soared into the blue sky captured wonders in nature rarely seen. The rocky precipices and teetering canyons not only dwarfed us literally, but figuratively by its sheer beauty. Here a few glimpses of our journey there.
Two weeks ago, my grandmother turned 100 years old and my cousins and I all flew back to the Philippines to celebrate. She’s still sharp as a tack and carries a wealth of knowledge and wisdom. While she rested, we took some time to explore Palawan and the rich islands surrounding it. Her spirit and legacy lives in all of us. #purex100
Lover of all things tech, Rodney likes to film on his free time and edit whenever his hands aren’t preoccupied with cookies or a good scotch. When he’s not recording, he surfs digital clouds at Multibrain, making software and overseeing operations. Occasionally you’ll find him running marathons, snowboarding, unicycling, doing triathlons, playing the piano, or nurturing his overbearing love for his German Shepherd, Helix. Rodney graduated from USC with degrees nothing related to anything above, but bleeds cardinal and gold nonetheless.
Just a GoPro and a Drone.