World Travel Photos: Best of Ten Years

Ten Years of World Travel Gallery: Best Photos


On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

To see more samples from my portfolio, just click here now.

  • Snorkeling with Whale Sharks in the Philippines

    Snorkeling with Whale Sharks in the Philippines
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Clown fish portrait - Underwater Photography

    Clown fish portrait - Underwater Photography
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Surf Goddesses in Bali: From Kuta to Ulu with Seven Surfer Girls

    Surf Goddesses in Bali: From Kuta to Ulu with Seven Surfer Girls
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Snorkeling Tubbataha: The Most Beautiful Reef in the Philippines

    Snorkeling Tubbataha: The Most Beautiful Reef in the Philippines
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Bali Day Trip to Nusa Lembongan

    Bali Day Trip to Nusa Lembongan
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Snorkeling with Sea Turtles on Gili Trawangan - Underwater Photo Gallery

    Snorkeling with Sea Turtles on Gili Trawangan - Underwater Photo Gallery
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Apo Island Basket Anemone

    Apo Island Basket Anemone
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Snorkeling with Whale Sharks in the Philippines

    Snorkeling with Whale Sharks in the Philippines
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Underwater Photography Gallery: Liveaboard Dive Trip to Komodo National Park

    Underwater Photography Gallery: Liveaboard Dive Trip to Komodo National Park
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Snorkeling with a Tubbataha Sea Turtle - Palawan

    Snorkeling with a Tubbataha Sea Turtle - Palawan
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Most Dangerous Wave in Bali?

    Most Dangerous Wave in Bali?
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Snorkeling with Whale Sharks in the Philippines

    Snorkeling with Whale Sharks in the Philippines
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Tiger Shark Underwater Photography - Tubbataha UNESCO Coral Reef

    Tiger Shark Underwater Photography - Tubbataha UNESCO Coral Reef
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Snorkeling Tubbataha: The Most Beautiful Reef in the Philippines

    Snorkeling Tubbataha: The Most Beautiful Reef in the Philippines
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Snokeling with Mantas on Nusa Lembongan in Bali

    Snokeling with Mantas on Nusa Lembongan in Bali
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Bali Clown Fish - Underwater Photography gallery

    Bali Clown Fish - Underwater Photography gallery
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Underwater Photography: Tubbataha Sweet Lips - Palawan

    Underwater Photography: Tubbataha Sweet Lips - Palawan
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Snorkeling with Sea Turtles on Gili Trawangan - Underwater Photo Gallery

    Snorkeling with Sea Turtles on Gili Trawangan - Underwater Photo Gallery
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Underwater Photography Gallery: Liveaboard Dive Trip to Komodo National Park

    Underwater Photography Gallery: Liveaboard Dive Trip to Komodo National Park
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Apo Island Green Sea Turtle

    Apo Island Green Sea Turtle
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Snorkeling with Whale Sharks in the Philippines

    Snorkeling with Whale Sharks in the Philippines
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Underwater Photography Gallery: Liveaboard Dive Trip to Komodo National Park

    Underwater Photography Gallery: Liveaboard Dive Trip to Komodo National Park
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Snokeling with Mantas on Nusa Lembongan in Bali

    Snokeling with Mantas on Nusa Lembongan in Bali
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Underwater Photo Gallery: Diving with Turtles in Tubbataha

    Underwater Photo Gallery: Diving with Turtles in Tubbataha
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Clown fish and scuba diver - Underwater photography from the Philippines

    Clown fish and scuba diver - Underwater photography from the Philippines
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Snorkeling Tubbataha: The Most Beautiful Reef in the Philippines

    Snorkeling Tubbataha: The Most Beautiful Reef in the Philippines
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Sharks in Tubbataha: An Underwater Photography Gallery

    Sharks in Tubbataha: An Underwater Photography Gallery
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Underwater Photography Gallery: Liveaboard Dive Trip to Komodo National Park

    Underwater Photography Gallery: Liveaboard Dive Trip to Komodo National Park
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Tulamben Liberty Wreck

    Tulamben Liberty Wreck
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Tulamben Barracuda

    Tulamben Barracuda
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Nusa Lembongan Bali Surf Trip: Shipwrecks at Sunrise

    Nusa Lembongan Bali Surf Trip: Shipwrecks at Sunrise
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Apo Island Hawksbill Sea Turtle

    Apo Island Hawksbill Sea Turtle
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Paddling to Paradise in El Nido, Palawan

    Paddling to Paradise in El Nido, Palawan
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Liveaboard Scuba Dive Safari to Komodo National Park

    Liveaboard Scuba Dive Safari to Komodo National Park
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Exploring Tubbataha: Palawan's Most Beautiful UNESCO Site

    Exploring Tubbataha: Palawan's Most Beautiful UNESCO Site
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Liveaboard Scuba Dive Safari to Komodo National Park

    Liveaboard Scuba Dive Safari to Komodo National Park
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Apo Island Beach Resort: Visayan Getaway

    Apo Island Beach Resort: Visayan Getaway
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Private resort pool with frangipani flowers

    Private resort pool with frangipani flowers
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Epic Sunset Surf Session on the Bukit

    Epic Sunset Surf Session on the Bukit
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Sunset Barrels at Padang Padang Beach in Bali

    Sunset Barrels at Padang Padang Beach in Bali
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Mega and Agus' Excellent Adventures

    Mega and Agus' Excellent Adventures
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Teahupo'o‎ Rhymes with Uluwatu

    Teahupo'o‎ Rhymes with Uluwatu
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Surf Goddesses in Bali: From Kuta to Ulu with Seven Surfer Girls

    Surf Goddesses in Bali: From Kuta to Ulu with Seven Surfer Girls
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Glassy and Barreling at Bingin: Surf Photo Gallery

    Glassy and Barreling at Bingin: Surf Photo Gallery
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Bali Blue Barrels at Bingin Beach

    Bali Blue Barrels at Bingin Beach
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Teahupo'o‎ Rhymes with Uluwatu

    Teahupo'o‎ Rhymes with Uluwatu
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Surf Goddesses in Bali: From Kuta to Ulu with Seven Surfer Girls

    Surf Goddesses in Bali: From Kuta to Ulu with Seven Surfer Girls
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Surf Goddesses in Bali: From Kuta to Ulu with Seven Surfer Girls

    Surf Goddesses in Bali: From Kuta to Ulu with Seven Surfer Girls
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Exploring Tubbataha: Palawan's Most Beautiful UNESCO Site

    Exploring Tubbataha: Palawan's Most Beautiful UNESCO Site
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Liveaboard Scuba Dive Safari to Komodo National Park

    Liveaboard Scuba Dive Safari to Komodo National Park
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Liveaboard Scuba Dive Safari to Komodo National Park

    Liveaboard Scuba Dive Safari to Komodo National Park
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • The Best Sunset I've Seen at Kuta Beach, Bali

    The Best Sunset I've Seen at Kuta Beach, Bali
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Orangutan Pictures from the Jungle in Borneo

    Orangutan Pictures from the Jungle in Borneo
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Orangutan Pictures from the Jungle in Borneo

    Orangutan Pictures from the Jungle in Borneo
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Orangutan Pictures from the Jungle in Borneo

    Orangutan Pictures from the Jungle in Borneo
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • Liveaboard Scuba Dive Safari to Komodo National Park

    Liveaboard Scuba Dive Safari to Komodo National Park
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

    You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

    There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.
    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

  • On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of the most beautiful places I’ve found and the people I’ve met along the way.

You can also see the entire gallery in full 1080p HD video, just click here now.

There’s also an extended version of this slideshow that you can watch here.

    On the morning of January 31st, 2004 I caught a Northwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Manila, the capital of the Philippines.

    Also on the plane were 41 other volunteers from Peace Corps batch 263, soon to be scattered across the Philippine archipelago to begin assignments ranging from marine conservation to business development.

    None of us knew what to expect. The two year commitment stretched before us like the Pacific horizon we watched from the plane window.

    Having spent the previous four years working in an office, the idea of getting outside my comfort zone and making a difference in the world held a lot of appeal.

    Little did I know that two years of Peace Corps service in the Philippines would be the launching pad for a decade of world travel and more adventures than I’d had in the previous 20 years of my life.

    Since I’ve reached the ten-year milestone, I took some time to look back through the photo archives and put together a gallery of the most memorable moments. From the Himalayan peaks of India to the coral reefs of Indonesia, you’ll find a collection of t