Just a quick note to remind you that I have an email list, which would be even better with YOUR name on it!
I rarely send emails — only for big series or posts which I consider extra special.
The last five emails I sent:
- December 5th
- November 2nd
- October 25th
- October 11th
- November 4th, 2017
I respect your attention and only call for it rarely. With Facebook and Instagram changing their algorithms all the time, adding your email to this list means I will always be able to get in contact with you, but only when I have something worth sharing.
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I’ve been in Bocas Del Toro for a few weeks now, and I’m absolutely in love with the houses. This is my first time spending visiting a caribbean island — and I have to say: there’s definitely a unique flavor here! I think it comes across well in photos — and you may be surprised by what you see. Click on thru to check out some of my favorite photos from this laid-back Panamanian archipelago:
As our Nepal story winds down, I need to position this website to move into its next phase. There will be a next phase, don’t you worry.
Part of that work is consolidating my audience, making it easier to reach you and market to you when I need to do so. (Gross, I know).
As such, I have two new social initiatives:
- I have restarted my weekly email newsletter. It’s short, sweet and to the point. Check out the last newsletter here to get a sense of what they’re like, and please subscribe here. You’d be doing me a big favor.
- I have launched a Facebook page for This Is Youth, mostly so I can do some paid advertising if I feel like it. If you’d like to see my content in your FB feed, I’d love if you went and gave it a “Like” or a “Me Gusta,” if you’re one of my Spanish readers 🙂 Check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/thisisyouthblog/
You can also follow me on Instagram at @thisisyouth — those are the photos you see in the “Pieces of Life” Column on the right.
Anyways, just housekeeping today! If all has gone well, I’m at Denver International, about to catch a plane.
Next stop, Panama!
From Machupuche Base Camp, the path turned sharply and continued rising, for no more than one more mile. It was a short stretch, but our pace slowed considerably. This was for a few reasons.
We struck out fairly early. It was a sunny morning, which I was beginning to understand was typical Himalayan weather. The days here started sunny and clear, slowly accumulated moisture and storm clouds throughout the day, which usually dropped rain or snow in the afternoon, before clearing up in the evening for a cool, crisp night.