Alex Georgiades

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Just got back from exploring the world.

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I recently rediscovered this photo I took in Philippines and was transported back into this incredible moment that took place over four months ago. ⁣
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We’d set off from Panglao Island at 5am to embark on an island hopping trip, hoping to swim in different reefs around the area. On our way to the first spot, during sunrise and completely alone in the ocean, our captain stopped the boat. The water was completely calm, and within a few moments we noticed the family of wild dolphins that had approached us. We sat and watched them play and swim around us during the sunrise before disappearing under the water. It was one of a number of unforgettable moments from my time in the Philippines - one of my favourite stops on my travels. 🐬⛵️
Rishikesh SS Catwalk, 2017. Was a mad one.
That feeling when you get to the top of the mountain and take it all in. 🙌🏔
Flirting with the locals again.
Fiji problems; picking which island to watch sunset from. 🤷🏻‍♂️
Contrary to popular belief within the age of Instagram, not all roads in New Zealand have a giant snow tipped mountain waiting for you at the end. But a lot of them do. 😉🏔
After completing the Hài Vân Pass from Hoi An to Hue, we found ourselves riding our bikes past a random lake, completely still, mirroring the landscape around it across its surface. The biggest benefit of travelling by bike is stumbling across unreal scenes like this one, that stop you in your tracks.
What home looked like a couple weeks back. ☀️🌊
When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive - to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love. - Marcus Aurelius ...this was sunset though, still 😁🤞
Churrr, NZ. 🏔✌️
Over the last nine days, @dilanvithlani and I made our way from Queenstown to Christchurch in our little @toyota_nz. We’ve driven through mountain valleys, past snow tipped peaks. We trekked to the foot of Mt. Cook and flew onto the face of Franz Josef. We’ve surfed in storms and chased sunsets on the open road, and it’s been amazing. Next week, Fiji! 🚘🏝🏔
After three days of trying, we made it. This is me, stuck within a crevasse on the fastest moving alpine glacier in the world. Ice cold, baby. Ice cold. ❄️🚁