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1

After 36+ hours of traveling, I finally arrived back home in Miami last night 😷 As most of you know, I was traveling through Bhutan, which was supposed to be a 10-day trip 🇧🇹 On my 7th night there, I received word that the coronavirus had become a pandemic and that India, the first country I had to connect through to get a flight home 🏠 would be closing its borders the next day. A few hours later, the U.S. announced that flights from Europe would be shut down for 30 days. I'd have to fly from India to Qatar, and with fear that travel from the Middle East would be restricted next, I decided to cut my trip short and fly out ASAP. I traveled to India on March 13th, just in time to get in before the border closed to foreigners. I had a 16-hour connection and then I started the 23-hour journey home. First, I want to ask everyone to stay calm. We can’t panic. This is not the end of the world, even though it feels like it right now with everything being shut down and everyone being affected financially, if not physically. Please don’t travel right now if you don’t need to. In case you have to travel, here are some tips you should follow. 1. Try to keep 6+ feet away from everyone. That is the distance the virus can travel through coughs and sneezes. 2. You should wear a mask if you have a cold or cough. If not you don’t need to, but I did because I was a bit paranoid like 95% of the people wearing them. 3. Use Clorox wipes to wipe down your seat, arm rest, tv, table and seat belt. 4. Wash hands for 20 seconds every chance you get. Be sure to clean places people commonly miss, like your thumbs, between your fingers, and around and under your fingernails. 5. Hand sanitizer is a must. Keep a few bottles with you in case you run through them quickly. 6. Once you're home, self-quarantine yourself there for 14 days to be safe. Many of the people spreading the virus are those who are carriers who have no symptoms. I personally never get sick, but for extra precaution, I am staying indoors and not seeing family members outside of my wife and kids. I am praying for you all. We will get through this together. Stay strong and bunker down 😷 I love you all! ❤️️

2

Kolkata 🇮🇳 During my 16-hour connection in India's 7th most populous city, I connected with my longtime friend @volpewhereareyou 🎥 We're both Miami boys and have been in touch online for years. He is now exploring Kolkata in depth, So we met up and filmed several collabs! Barbecue Nation and Puchka challenge videos coming from us soon! On another note, Volpe and I are taking the COVID-19 virus very seriously and so are the locals. Every place we visited had masks and hand sanitizer on every table. They are also screening people for fever at the entrances of most establishments in the city. I say all this to stress this important point: Please stay calm and we will get through this together. I love you all! Thank you for following me and for supporting me every step of the way. Because of you, I have the opportunity to do everything I can to help you travel better, deeper, and smarter. I don't take that responsibility lightly. So, wherever you are in the world, wash your hands, avoid crowds, and stay home if you feel sick. Let's look out for each other and stay safe! #DavidInIndia #Kolkata #India

3

Paro 🇧🇹 Today, I finally climbed up to Paro Taktsang, better known as the Tiger's Nest, the most-visited site in all of Bhutan. This 17th-century monastery a beautiful and sacred site set into the cliffside of the upper Paro Valley. It usually takes the average hiker 3 hours just to reach the monastery, but I did the round trip from the bottom to the monastery and back in only 4 hours! Along the way, I had lunch at the cafeteria and toured the complex. Afterward, we hit up Paro Fortress, another 17th-century fort in the area. I personally loved this one the most because of its vibrant colors. 🇧🇹 Because of the coronavirus pandemic, I am leaving 2 days early so I can make it home to my family before everything is locked down. Wish me luck! Please keep your hands clean and don’t go to big gatherings. And it pains me to say this, but please don’t travel now. As much as I love encouraging you guys to explore the world, it's not worth the risk right now. And with travel restrictions, you might not be able to get back home. We are in very different times right now, but let’s stay positive and we will persevere 🎥 #DavidInBhutan #MyBhutan #Bhutan @mybhutan

4

Haa Valley 🇧🇹 Today, I drove 3+ hours to the beautiful Haa Valley. On the way, I stopped at a famous vendor to try some spicy organ meat, including lungs, stomach, and blood sausage. Best spicy non-veg street food ever 🌶 Then I made my way past Paro up to Chele La Pass, the highest pass in Bhutan at 3,988 meters above sea level. Then, we finally made it to Haa Valley, the second least-populated area in Bhutan. We started with a visit to a local restaurant to try buckwheat dumplings with turnip and a ton of other spicy dishes. After that, we explored a small village and hiked 90 minutes to the white and black temples. It was freezing but so worth it! To end my day, I had 20 dumplings--half fried, half steamed--with some 🌶 🥟 Wow, this county keeps getting better and better! Love going on these hikes as it’s completely different from my normal travel, plus it helps me keep the weight off 😂 Loving these post so far? This series is going to be straight 🔥Coming in a few months to my YouTube channel 🎥 #DavidInBhutan #MyBhutan #Bhutan @mybhutan

5

Thimphu 🇧🇹 Today, I drove 2 hours west to the capital of Bhutan. Thimphu is the heart and center of the country. Of Bhutan's 700,000 residents, 100,000 of them live here. We started by visiting the largest sitting Buddha in the world, a massive statue that is over 169 feet tall! Then, we visited Simply Bhutan, a living museum that shows what Bhutan was like pre-modernization. We tried a rice wine called Ara and had an incredible feast at their traditional restaurant. After that, we visited a Buddhist monastery and fortress called Tashichö-Dzong. Inside, you can visit one of the dozen Buddhist temples and watch the 100+ monks chant. From there, we made our way to the weekend market, where we saw over 100 vendors selling fruits, vegetables, rice, chilies, honey, and even momos. Lastly, we explored the downtown area which is made up of hundreds of shops, restaurants, bars, and hotels. To see everything live, check out my Insta stories! 🎥 #DavidInBhutan #MyBhutan #Bhutan @mybhutan

6

Thimphu 🇧🇹 Today was my last day in the capital, so we had to cram in as many things as possible. First, we started at an authentic Bhutanese breakfast spot to try some dried beef, eggs, and rice with a spicy chili sauce called ezay. Can’t lie, that was easily the spiciest ezay of the trip! Next, I drove 30 minutes north to hike 1 hour up to the 17th-century Chagri Monastery, the first monastery established by the Bhutanese unifier Ngawang Namgyal. Then, we enjoyed a beautiful picnic lunch by the riverside. The food here is so tasty, and chilies and cheese are the two main ingredients in almost every dish! After lunch, we hit up the Motithang Takin Preserve, an 8-acre wildlife reserve for the national animal, the takin. This is a rare, sheep-like mammal that lives in thick woods around 4,000 meters above sea level! After the takin preserve, we visited Cordyceps Tasting House to try tea, ara, and whisky that have all been infused with cordyceps, a type of caterpillar who eat a fungus, die, and then become a 🍄 that has been dubbed "mountain gold" because they are super expensive and rare. Lastly, we visited Thakali Kitchen, a Nepali restaurant that serves Indian and Nepali food. I hadn't dabbled in Nepali food yet, so this was new for me. But it was super delicious! What a way to end my time in Thimphu 🎥 #DavidInBhutan #MyBhutan #Bhutan @mybhutan

7

Punakha 🇧🇹 Today we explored 3 different local villages. I started with a village where you'll find phallus symbols painted on the walls of houses and temples. They're basically penises that help with fertility and keep out bad vibes 😉In Bhutan, they originate from the Chimi Lhakhang monastery near Punakha, the former Bhutanese capital. The village is made up of three different areas, all divided by rice paddy fields. Outside of the symbols, the village is also famous for its monastery and its incredible food. There are a dozen restaurants that all serve chili as the main ingredient 🔥 Next, we drove 45 minutes south to a 17th-century village that still has generational families living there. After a 30-minute tour, we drove across the river to another village to see how they make rice puff balls, or Bhutan-style puris. We also had an epic, super spicy dinner 🤤 So many mountains, so little time! 🎥 #DavidInBhutan #MyBhutan #Bhutan @mybhutan

8

For the past 5 days I have been social isolating 😷 After traveling home from Bhutan, I decided not to risk my parents' and family's safety, so I wanted to make sure that I am corona-FREE. My kids and I have been passing the time by playing, eating, and basically just hanging out. I have been squeezing out 4-6 hours a day for editing and other business-related stuff, but to be honest this is not easy. I am wishing everyone good health. I know it's hard, but please try to stay indoors when possible. The less people go out, the less this virus spreads. The main reason we are seeing a rise in cases is because now we can test more. It doesn’t mean people weren’t infected 10+ days ago. Although I originally had travel plans for the next few months, I honestly don’t know when I will travel next. I still want to share incredible places around the world with you guys, so until further notice I'll be posting images from my past 10 years of travel. Going to mix it up a bit. If you have any requests of places you want to see or trips you want me to talk about, please drop them in the comments! Love you all. And please stay healthy and safe! ❤

9

Riga 🇱🇻 Back in 2017, I traveled to the Baltic country of Latvia for the first time. I spent 36 hours exploring the beautiful, picturesque capital during their frigid winter. The Daugava River was literally frozen. I was pleasantly surprised with the delicious food and super dark and strong 🍻I highly recommend Latvia in the summer, but if you want less tourists and a more local experience go in the winter. just don’t go in January like I did...I froze! 🥶 #DavidInLatvia #Riga #Latvia

10

Thimphu 🇧🇹 If you didn’t know, the best thing to do in Bhutan is to hike to the monasteries around the country. You can go on multiple hikes in each major town. Today, we did a 90-minute hike to the 12th-century Changangkha Lhakhang monastery. This Buddhist monastery is the oldest in Bhutan and is home to a statue of a statue of Chenrizig, an 11-headed and thousand-armed manifestation of the deity Avolokitesawara! After our monastery visit, we stopped by the archery center to see the pros fire from 140 meters from their targets, which is extremely far if you compare it with 50m Olympic standard. Then, we headed to the National Post Office to get my own customized stamps, which are collector's items! From there, we hit up the Central Park to see the standing Buddha and then had another epic Bhutanese dinner. Wow, so spicy and delicious 🤤 #DavidInBhutan #MyBhutan #Bhutan @mybhutan

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1

The Sky Kingdom of Africa 🇱🇸 Back in 2015, I went on a one-month road trip through South Africa with my boy @varonachroma. While planning our itinerary, I thought it was best to also visit Lesotho, a landlocked country that lies entirely within the borders of South Africa. Most people don't even know it exists! It’s the highest-elevated country in the world at 4,593+ feet above sea level. We spent 72 hours exploring the country, which is not nearly enough because although the country looks small, you spend hours on end driving through the mountains from one scenic spot to the next. During our stay, we explored small villages, saw dinosaur 🦕 footprints, and even went horseback riding. Check out my Lesotho travel guide video on YouTube by swiping up in my stories! 🎥 #DavidInLesotho #Lesotho #Africa

2

Riga 🇱🇻 Back in 2017, I traveled to the Baltic country of Latvia for the first time. I spent 36 hours exploring the beautiful, picturesque capital during their frigid winter. The Daugava River was literally frozen. I was pleasantly surprised with the delicious food and super dark and strong 🍻I highly recommend Latvia in the summer, but if you want less tourists and a more local experience go in the winter. just don’t go in January like I did...I froze! 🥶 #DavidInLatvia #Riga #Latvia

3

Lindos 🇬🇷 Back in 2013, my wife and I took a 4-week trip through the islands of Greece. My wife’s father is from the island of Kalymnos, which is part of the Dodecanese Island chain and lies right next to Turkey. We spent one week exploring the island of Rhodes, and from top to bottom it was absolutely incredible! The one town you must visit is Lindos, which boasts a 4th-century acropolis. There, you'll find the Temple of Athena, which dates back to 300 BC! We also visited Restaurant Mavrikos, an award-winning eatery that has served some of the most delicious Rhodes food in the world since 1912 😋 If you like Greek food, please double tap! 🎥 #DavidInGreece #Rhodes #Greece

4

For the past 5 days I have been social isolating 😷 After traveling home from Bhutan, I decided not to risk my parents' and family's safety, so I wanted to make sure that I am corona-FREE. My kids and I have been passing the time by playing, eating, and basically just hanging out. I have been squeezing out 4-6 hours a day for editing and other business-related stuff, but to be honest this is not easy. I am wishing everyone good health. I know it's hard, but please try to stay indoors when possible. The less people go out, the less this virus spreads. The main reason we are seeing a rise in cases is because now we can test more. It doesn’t mean people weren’t infected 10+ days ago. Although I originally had travel plans for the next few months, I honestly don’t know when I will travel next. I still want to share incredible places around the world with you guys, so until further notice I'll be posting images from my past 10 years of travel. Going to mix it up a bit. If you have any requests of places you want to see or trips you want me to talk about, please drop them in the comments! Love you all. And please stay healthy and safe! ❤

5

After 36+ hours of traveling, I finally arrived back home in Miami last night 😷 As most of you know, I was traveling through Bhutan, which was supposed to be a 10-day trip 🇧🇹 On my 7th night there, I received word that the coronavirus had become a pandemic and that India, the first country I had to connect through to get a flight home 🏠 would be closing its borders the next day. A few hours later, the U.S. announced that flights from Europe would be shut down for 30 days. I'd have to fly from India to Qatar, and with fear that travel from the Middle East would be restricted next, I decided to cut my trip short and fly out ASAP. I traveled to India on March 13th, just in time to get in before the border closed to foreigners. I had a 16-hour connection and then I started the 23-hour journey home. First, I want to ask everyone to stay calm. We can’t panic. This is not the end of the world, even though it feels like it right now with everything being shut down and everyone being affected financially, if not physically. Please don’t travel right now if you don’t need to. In case you have to travel, here are some tips you should follow. 1. Try to keep 6+ feet away from everyone. That is the distance the virus can travel through coughs and sneezes. 2. You should wear a mask if you have a cold or cough. If not you don’t need to, but I did because I was a bit paranoid like 95% of the people wearing them. 3. Use Clorox wipes to wipe down your seat, arm rest, tv, table and seat belt. 4. Wash hands for 20 seconds every chance you get. Be sure to clean places people commonly miss, like your thumbs, between your fingers, and around and under your fingernails. 5. Hand sanitizer is a must. Keep a few bottles with you in case you run through them quickly. 6. Once you're home, self-quarantine yourself there for 14 days to be safe. Many of the people spreading the virus are those who are carriers who have no symptoms. I personally never get sick, but for extra precaution, I am staying indoors and not seeing family members outside of my wife and kids. I am praying for you all. We will get through this together. Stay strong and bunker down 😷 I love you all! ❤️️

6

Kolkata 🇮🇳 During my 16-hour connection in India's 7th most populous city, I connected with my longtime friend @volpewhereareyou 🎥 We're both Miami boys and have been in touch online for years. He is now exploring Kolkata in depth, So we met up and filmed several collabs! Barbecue Nation and Puchka challenge videos coming from us soon! On another note, Volpe and I are taking the COVID-19 virus very seriously and so are the locals. Every place we visited had masks and hand sanitizer on every table. They are also screening people for fever at the entrances of most establishments in the city. I say all this to stress this important point: Please stay calm and we will get through this together. I love you all! Thank you for following me and for supporting me every step of the way. Because of you, I have the opportunity to do everything I can to help you travel better, deeper, and smarter. I don't take that responsibility lightly. So, wherever you are in the world, wash your hands, avoid crowds, and stay home if you feel sick. Let's look out for each other and stay safe! #DavidInIndia #Kolkata #India

7

Paro 🇧🇹 Today, I finally climbed up to Paro Taktsang, better known as the Tiger's Nest, the most-visited site in all of Bhutan. This 17th-century monastery a beautiful and sacred site set into the cliffside of the upper Paro Valley. It usually takes the average hiker 3 hours just to reach the monastery, but I did the round trip from the bottom to the monastery and back in only 4 hours! Along the way, I had lunch at the cafeteria and toured the complex. Afterward, we hit up Paro Fortress, another 17th-century fort in the area. I personally loved this one the most because of its vibrant colors. 🇧🇹 Because of the coronavirus pandemic, I am leaving 2 days early so I can make it home to my family before everything is locked down. Wish me luck! Please keep your hands clean and don’t go to big gatherings. And it pains me to say this, but please don’t travel now. As much as I love encouraging you guys to explore the world, it's not worth the risk right now. And with travel restrictions, you might not be able to get back home. We are in very different times right now, but let’s stay positive and we will persevere 🎥 #DavidInBhutan #MyBhutan #Bhutan @mybhutan

8

Haa Valley 🇧🇹 Today, I drove 3+ hours to the beautiful Haa Valley. On the way, I stopped at a famous vendor to try some spicy organ meat, including lungs, stomach, and blood sausage. Best spicy non-veg street food ever 🌶 Then I made my way past Paro up to Chele La Pass, the highest pass in Bhutan at 3,988 meters above sea level. Then, we finally made it to Haa Valley, the second least-populated area in Bhutan. We started with a visit to a local restaurant to try buckwheat dumplings with turnip and a ton of other spicy dishes. After that, we explored a small village and hiked 90 minutes to the white and black temples. It was freezing but so worth it! To end my day, I had 20 dumplings--half fried, half steamed--with some 🌶 🥟 Wow, this county keeps getting better and better! Love going on these hikes as it’s completely different from my normal travel, plus it helps me keep the weight off 😂 Loving these post so far? This series is going to be straight 🔥Coming in a few months to my YouTube channel 🎥 #DavidInBhutan #MyBhutan #Bhutan @mybhutan

9

Thimphu 🇧🇹 Today was my last day in the capital, so we had to cram in as many things as possible. First, we started at an authentic Bhutanese breakfast spot to try some dried beef, eggs, and rice with a spicy chili sauce called ezay. Can’t lie, that was easily the spiciest ezay of the trip! Next, I drove 30 minutes north to hike 1 hour up to the 17th-century Chagri Monastery, the first monastery established by the Bhutanese unifier Ngawang Namgyal. Then, we enjoyed a beautiful picnic lunch by the riverside. The food here is so tasty, and chilies and cheese are the two main ingredients in almost every dish! After lunch, we hit up the Motithang Takin Preserve, an 8-acre wildlife reserve for the national animal, the takin. This is a rare, sheep-like mammal that lives in thick woods around 4,000 meters above sea level! After the takin preserve, we visited Cordyceps Tasting House to try tea, ara, and whisky that have all been infused with cordyceps, a type of caterpillar who eat a fungus, die, and then become a 🍄 that has been dubbed "mountain gold" because they are super expensive and rare. Lastly, we visited Thakali Kitchen, a Nepali restaurant that serves Indian and Nepali food. I hadn't dabbled in Nepali food yet, so this was new for me. But it was super delicious! What a way to end my time in Thimphu 🎥 #DavidInBhutan #MyBhutan #Bhutan @mybhutan

10

Thimphu 🇧🇹 If you didn’t know, the best thing to do in Bhutan is to hike to the monasteries around the country. You can go on multiple hikes in each major town. Today, we did a 90-minute hike to the 12th-century Changangkha Lhakhang monastery. This Buddhist monastery is the oldest in Bhutan and is home to a statue of a statue of Chenrizig, an 11-headed and thousand-armed manifestation of the deity Avolokitesawara! After our monastery visit, we stopped by the archery center to see the pros fire from 140 meters from their targets, which is extremely far if you compare it with 50m Olympic standard. Then, we headed to the National Post Office to get my own customized stamps, which are collector's items! From there, we hit up the Central Park to see the standing Buddha and then had another epic Bhutanese dinner. Wow, so spicy and delicious 🤤 #DavidInBhutan #MyBhutan #Bhutan @mybhutan

11

Thimphu 🇧🇹 Today, I drove 2 hours west to the capital of Bhutan. Thimphu is the heart and center of the country. Of Bhutan's 700,000 residents, 100,000 of them live here. We started by visiting the largest sitting Buddha in the world, a massive statue that is over 169 feet tall! Then, we visited Simply Bhutan, a living museum that shows what Bhutan was like pre-modernization. We tried a rice wine called Ara and had an incredible feast at their traditional restaurant. After that, we visited a Buddhist monastery and fortress called Tashichö-Dzong. Inside, you can visit one of the dozen Buddhist temples and watch the 100+ monks chant. From there, we made our way to the weekend market, where we saw over 100 vendors selling fruits, vegetables, rice, chilies, honey, and even momos. Lastly, we explored the downtown area which is made up of hundreds of shops, restaurants, bars, and hotels. To see everything live, check out my Insta stories! 🎥 #DavidInBhutan #MyBhutan #Bhutan @mybhutan

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Punakha 🇧🇹 Today we explored 3 different local villages. I started with a village where you'll find phallus symbols painted on the walls of houses and temples. They're basically penises that help with fertility and keep out bad vibes 😉In Bhutan, they originate from the Chimi Lhakhang monastery near Punakha, the former Bhutanese capital. The village is made up of three different areas, all divided by rice paddy fields. Outside of the symbols, the village is also famous for its monastery and its incredible food. There are a dozen restaurants that all serve chili as the main ingredient 🔥 Next, we drove 45 minutes south to a 17th-century village that still has generational families living there. After a 30-minute tour, we drove across the river to another village to see how they make rice puff balls, or Bhutan-style puris. We also had an epic, super spicy dinner 🤤 So many mountains, so little time! 🎥 #DavidInBhutan #MyBhutan #Bhutan @mybhutan

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