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Friday, December 27, 2019

Fierce Fridays: Wish you a new babe! elephant 2020

Everyone deserves to start a new year like a new baby elephant born. Wipe that slate (and ass) clean. 2020 ya heard?

#Safari #BabyElephant #Zoom #Kruger #Johannesburg #South Africa #GoPro #RedBull 

@ Kruger National Park, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Thursday, December 19, 2019

Throwback Thursdays: 19 was a scream.

Here's to the year of Throwback Thursdays that was. I had a laugh and learned more about myself.

I'm literally, essentially, the same person, but with different interests. Instead of talking so much shit about celebrities, I just talk about myself. To create art about your own life is, I think, one of the best things I could've possibly done with my life. I'm happy I have the courage to do that.

Friday, December 13, 2019

Fierce Fridays: This is a wild animal resort.

If you ever wondered how animals netflix and chill, wonder no more.

#Hippo #Buffalo #Elephant #QueenElizabethNationalPark #Kalinga Channel, #Uganda #GoPro #RedBull 

@ Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kalinga Channel, Uganda

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Thursday, December 05, 2019

Throwback Thursdays: fan fic red pill

I like to call my stories typical teen angst, but even then, most people "get together in the end." In mine, none of them do. Was I a red pill prophet or what?

Just  because they don't get together, doesn't mean they can't dance in an airport to Richard Marx.

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Throwback Thursdays: Ryan Reynolds iz jelly.

I may come across boy crazy. I think I'm just good at admiring male beauty. The real question is where are all my Ryan Reynolds teen tributes?! I swear I've loved him since forever, but being the loudmouth I am, I should've already shouted this from the rooftops.

Friday, November 15, 2019

Fierce Fridays: NatGeo's The Rhino Whisperer

We had the rare opportunity to trek with a famous NatGeo rhino expert. He's so expert, his name will remain a state secret. (Not because I forgot it or anything ;)

#Safari #Rhino #MatoposNationalPark #Bulawayo #Zimbabwe #GoPro #RedBull #NatGeo #NationalGeographic #RhinoWhisperer

@ Matopos National Park, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

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Thursday, November 07, 2019

Throwback Thursdays: You hurt the ones you love.

Wow, as a professed Backstreet Boys fan back in the day, I was straight savage rating their album 3.9/10. The joke's on me though. I'm the one who paid $92 CAD x 2 to see them twice in concert. And they claimed I'll never break your heart.

Friday, November 01, 2019

Fierce Fridays: Kevin Richardson, The Lion UnWhisperer

Kevin Richardson of the Backstreet Boys was my #1 Kevin Richardson until Kevin Richardson, The Lion Whisperer. He inspired me to work and walk with Big Cats myself, but they wouldn't quit playing games with my heart.

#Safari #Lion #LionEats #AntelopePark #Gweru #Zimbabwe #GoPro #RedBull #KevinRichardson #LionWhisperer

@ Antelope Park, Gweru, Zimbabwe

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Travel Too: All About Acropolis, Athena


Travel Too: All About Acropolis, Athena


Travel Too: All About Acropolis, Athena


Travel Too: All About Acropolis, Athena


Travel Too: All About Acropolis, Athena


Thursday, October 24, 2019

Throwback Thursdays: anti-natalism

I might joke about it, but I really think it's irresponsibly stupid to NOT know who the father of your baby is (unless you were assaulted). 

Too many irresponsible motherfuckers out there (both men and women) breed unconsciously and then exert pain and suffering on themselves and their offspring.

Sam Harris once claimed that if we design intelligent AI to suffer, we're immoral and unethical. Um, Sam ... that already exists ... and every parent in the world is at fault.

Stephanie Si, your Happy Anti-Natalist, peace out.

Travel Too: Celebrate 100 UN countries!


Thursday, October 10, 2019

Throwback Thursdays: clitoral hood

Montell Jordan's "This Is How We Do It" is a Stephanie classic. This is how we do it: 
"It feels so good in my clitoral hood tonight." 
Try singing that with your friends. I guarantee a laugh.

Friday, October 04, 2019

Fierce Fridays: Cheetah meat-ah

I think the one in the front is cheeting.

#CheetahDeath #GoPro 

@ Cheetah Sanctuary, Otjititongwe, Namibia

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Thursday, September 26, 2019

Throwback Thursdays: spoiler alert

Spoiler Alert: In none of my stories do people "get together." Some call this a sad ending. I call this realistic. I sometimes think people who are with others because they're told "that's what you do" are stupid and lack creativity. The love and acceptance you seek is your own.

WTF Wednesdays: DEEP DIVE into 2019 's adventure, as I strive 4 PADI Open Water Diver certification!


Friday, September 20, 2019

Furry Fridays: Hey Ellen, giraffes love everyone (who feeds).

I know, Ellen. Reality is a bitch. 

#Safari #Giraffe #GiraffeKiss #GiraffeEats #GiraffePark #Nairobi #Kenya #MasaiMara #GoPro #RedBull 

@ Giraffe Park, Nairobi, Kenya

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Throwback Thursdays: September 11, but from 2001

As I've traveled extensively to 100 UN countries, and blah, blah, all my usual travel stats, I read my 2001 September 11 tribute with some mixed feelings. I was just entering university in 2001, with little international experience outside North America and Asia. The more I travel, the more I realize the world is so much more complex than can be described in 500 words. For now, I'd much rather use my creativity for artistic expression, rather than pontificating about things beyond my control and understanding.  

The full text of my tribute from 2001 is here:

8:45 a.m.

A United Airlines Boeing 767 (Flight 175) destined to Los Angeles from Boston is hijacked in mid-flight and steered into the north World Trade Center tower.

9:03 a.m.

Another Boeing 767 (American Airlines Flight 11) heading to Los Angeles from Boston is hijacked and crashes into the south tower of the World Trade Center.

9:40 a.m.

Under the FAA’s command, all flight operations at American airports are terminated.

9:43 a.m.

The Pentagon is the target for a hijacked American Airlines Boeing 757 (Flight 77) en route from Virginia to Los Angeles.

10:05 a.m.

The south World Trade Center tower collapses.

10:10 a.m.

During a flight from Newark to San Francisco, a United Airlines Boeing 757 (Flight 93) is hijacked and crashes near Shanksville.

10:24 a.m.

All trans Atlantic flights with US destinations are diverted to Canadian airports.

10:28 a.m.

World Trade Center's north tower crumbles to the ground.


One and a half hours. Typically, this amount of time is rather insignificant, since it only accounts for 6.25% of a 24-hour day. However, the one and a half hours between 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on September 11, 2001 have been an exception; they will be everlastingly engraved into our collective memory.

On the ill-fated September morning, 3 commercial airplanes became lethal weapons. Two of them were destined for the World Trade Center; the other, the Pentagon. With missile like precision, the airplanes were expertly maneuvered into the 2 structures, the symbols of American dominance. Some time after the initial impact, the World Trade Center, the world’s economic nucleus, collapsed. The 110 stories of concrete that once ascended pretentiously against the renowned Manhattan skyline have now been reduced to a mountain of debris on the ground. The Pentagon, the embodiment of America’s military and defense, presently has a gaping wound in its heart.

The appalling images of New York City’s “ground zero” and the Pentagon have flashed incessantly across television screens world-wide. English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Russian etc. newscasts have been entirely devoted to “America’s New War.” Reporters and journalists have been scrambling to destinations in the United States, providing live coverage for their respective news-channels as death blankets the backdrop behind them. Other forms of media, such as radio and the inter-net, have also had continuous, almost uninterrupted reporting of the events as they have unfolded.

We, as citizens of a media-based, global community, have beheld the scenes and heard the latest news, as the seconds have turned to minutes, the minutes to hours, and the hours to days. Some of us mourn with our American friends, shedding heartfelt tears for the dead, the injured, and their families. Some of us have turned away in disgust, disillusioned and disappointed in the nightmare that is our society. Some of us are seething with fury, vowing that the innocent deaths will be avenged. However, all of us have been traumatized with the mutual feelings of sheer shock, dismay and uncertainty.

Unfortunately, these emotions will continue to fester within our hearts and souls, and submerge into every crevasse of our minds, for months to come. We will eat, sleep and breathe with thoughts and questions running amuck in our already somnolent psyches. How did this happen? Why did this happen? How can we prevent this from happening again? How did a continent that holds freedom and liberty in such high regard, become constrained in a world of terror? Even if these detrimental queries plague the remainder of our lives, the answers will not be easily unearthed.

Nevertheless, amidst our pessimism, there should be a revitalized sense of hope that the virtue of the human spirit will triumph at the end of this crusade. Even in this malevolent world, good is materializing in countless respects. Police officers, firefighters, rescue workers and volunteers are toiling in the rubble, sweating and bleeding for friends, family and strangers; the Americans have been united in a rescue movement. People of differing ethnicities and nationalities, who reside several time zones away from the United States are participating in candlelight vigils for the victims and their families; the world is in solidarity with its American comrades. As the determination of our individual spirits merge together in harmony, we can be reassured that as long as this global family amalgamates in during this time of need, the dark demons of the world will eventually be dissolved by the purity of light.

In conclusion, each and every one of us should contribute and involve ourselves in the international outpouring of sympathy and compassion. We can do so by observing a moment of silence, signing a book of condolences, writing letters to the victims’ families, leaving flowers at the US consulates and embassies, volunteering in the rescue relief efforts or donating blood to the Red Cross. Or, we can even do some good in our own lives, by hugging our parents, sharing with our brothers and sisters, assisting complete strangers and being respectful to everyone. Of course, some may find my opinions to be na├»ve and unrealistic; to those I offer this uncomplicated response. If we do not at least attempt to believe in the fundamental goodness within ourselves at this point in time, then the terrorists have truly succeeded, for they not only will have managed to completely terrorize us, but they will also have robbed us of what innocence we have left.

I offer my sincere condolences to all the victims and families involved in the appalling events of Tuesday, September 11, 2001. 

Friday, September 06, 2019

Fierce Fridays: win the Leopard Lotto

Experiencing a leopard in the wild is exceedingly rare. Experiencing a family of three? I've won life, and I ain't shy to say it.

#Safari #Leopard #Zoom #Kruger #Johannesburg #South Africa #GoPro #RedBull 

@ Kruger National Park, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Thursday, August 29, 2019

Throwback Thursdays: LP

My mom and I share a Linkin link, as we attended two of their concerts together. What can I say about Chester Bennington? He brought my family together.

Friday, August 23, 2019

Furry Fridays: Gorillas chillin' cuz de da most ballin' animals on earth.

Gorillas are probably the MOST expensive land animal to trek in the wild. Google it. But if you can afford it, do it.

#Sorry #Bwindi #GorillaTrek #Uganda #Congo #GoPro #RedBull 

@ Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Kisoro, Uganda/Democratic Republic of the Congo

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