Other Writings

Taxi Ride (Canopic Jar). In Lesotho, everyone travels by mini-van taxi. Here I take you on a typical ride, which never feels typical.

The First Frontier, The Last Frontier (Surfing Magazine). Why Africa remains surfing’s least-known continent. Hint: it’s not because the waves are bad.

Born to Climb (Public Eye Newspaper). An interview I did with my rock-climbing student, Lemeko Molefi.

Letter from Lesotho (WorldView Magazine). When you travel you observe the locals, but when you go to live somewhere the locals observe you.

Te Pito O Te Henua (Surfer Magazine). Surf exploration with Greg Long, Rusty Long, and Jamie Sterling on Easter Island, the world’s most remote human habitation.

Tofo, Mozambique (San Diego Reader). A boy named Grisoldo doesn’t wear clothes because he doesn’t need them. Everything from warmth to fun to food is provided for you naturally in this Eden.

Isla Natividad (Transworld SURF Magazine). It’s an island off the Baja California peninsula that makes for a horrible camping trip. But if you like surfing . . .

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Three Years Learning as a Peace Corps Teacher in Lesotho, Africa