Date Archives July 2015

People Footwear: Day Out With People: Beaches Of Bali

The island of Bali is a special place, an Indonesian paradise that feels like a fantasy, nightmare and alternative reality all at once. Soak up the sun on a stretch of fine white sand, or get into the mix in the latest #DayOutWithPeople shot by Caley Vanular.

Watch out for high tide.

The waiting game.

Run on island time here.

Surf everyday and be happy.

They say any dummy can get barreled at Bingin.

View from the Tuti Warong deck.

The majority of sand on Bali is black. Watch your toes.

A local fisherman sold us his catch.

A feast for kings.. or beasts who knows.

The perfect companion for reef cuts and scooter rides.

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Well Travelled: Northern Peru

Committed to promoting truth through storytelling, Jessica Yurasek regularly partners with nonprofits and social good startups. Her work has brought her to over 40 countries, including a recent river journey in Peru. Enjoy Jessica’s words and photos…

The Amazon rainforest is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet. I set out from Iquitos, a port town in Northern Peru, for a river expedition up the Marañon into the remote jungle. River travel is contemplative, slow and steady. The great waters flow into the distance, weaving through lush green as far as the eye can see. It is from this vantage that I came to truly understand how important the Amazon rainforest is.


Made a few new friends on the boat

Made a few new friends on the boat


The spirit of Iquitos can be seen in the details


Collecting starfruit and curiously delicious camu camu at the market


Rice, corn, fried chicken and plantains are staple foods here


Welcomed into a village leader’s home for lunch

Before the sun sets along the river we stop in Maipuco

Before the sun sets along the river we stop in Maipuco


The forest is thick, alive, and filled with curiosities


Departing from Nauta to head up the great Marañon River


The indigenous people of Cuninico


Continuing down a small tributary

Again we set out on the river and go deeper into the jungle

Again we set out on the river and go deeper into the jungle


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