One of the dreamiest swims out there, and the rest of the world thinks so too. Swipe to see the reality of how crowded this place gets. And they say this is the slow season. So to get a shot we wait for a moment between tour busses and still have toIk Kil Cenote
@muenchmax Just imagining you editing in hyperlapse mode 😄 you're awesome
Driving in the Yucatan, there’s CENOTE signs everywhere... today that sign led us to someone’s backyard with a hole in the ground that opened up to thisCuzumal, Yucatan, Mexico
@hilaryswank INCREDIBLE!!! 💫
@reneeroaming So crazy! I love how they nearly always just look like a random hole in the ground... then BAM you are blown away by the beauty 😆
It’s been a while since I’ve felt these butterflies behind the wheel. There’s nothing I have to do, but everything I want to do. We got 24 hrs till the first stop. I’ll take this shift, you can get some sleep.On the Road
@fernandosamalot So excited for you man! Looking forward to following along 💛
@reneeroaming Looks so fun! Love this set Quin!
Testing the Finnish modes of transportation. I swear these dogs were faster than my van. And this was probably the most intense purple hour I’ve seen. After a 20 hr night, the color seemed too good to be true.Lapland (Finland)
@followmeaway Was it insanely cold? Or wasn’t it as bad as you think?
@reneeroaming Looks so fun!
Most people huddled inside the ferry for warmth. I stayed outside with a few tourists watching the breaking ice. I looked into the room to teenage kids on their phones and mothers holding babies, and thought to myself, “can’t believe this is their evHelsinki City
@calsnape Love the sound the ice makes on these things
@timothysykes Beautiful! But death for my Jew nose
It’s all about the subtle details up here in the Arctic Circle. There’s only a few hours of sun so it makes you appreciate it. The silence is deafening. The snow seems whiter, the light softer and there’s reindeer running around everywhere. . . ThankIvalo
@chelseakauai This is gorgeous Quin!!!!! What a moment
Finnish legend has it that a giant troll placed this rock here. More recently, scientists said glaciers left it behind as they receded north over 8000 years ago. Which theory are you going with? #itsabeautifuljourney with @nokiantyresna #nokiantyresKummakivi
@calsnape Woah, that’s huuuge!
@kpunkka Nice one man! 😄👌🏼