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Posted on Dec 3, 2013

Day 2- Our 1st Waterfall & Kobi’s Lap Dances- Family Travel Blog, Annapurna with Kids, Nepal

Day 2- Our 1st Waterfall & Kobi’s Lap Dances- Family Travel Blog, Annapurna with Kids, Nepal

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So you’ve asked how was the Annapurna Circuit and I gave you a prelude after we had seen the worst, the scariest, and all the near-death experiences playing in a reel before us. And now, slowly, I am opening up these videos, all of the live moment-by-moment footage I took with our family of 12 (film crew and porters), and then 10 (lost a porter) , and then as a tribe of 18 (with eight horses).

I am beyond honored to relive, remember, and re-cherish all parts that made this a life-changing event for us all. And so, without further ado… here’s just one video that shows adventure, how inappropriate and sexually immature my Kobi is, and how adorably in-shock and great the film crew is!

Surendra the Porter Saves Us from Death, That 1st Waterfall & Kobi’s Lap Dance- THE. V-I-D-E-O! 

 

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He’s wacky, high-strung, and hysterical! More about our hero later!

Surendra The Hero

He’s totally wild, more wild than the other four porters put together, and ironically, he was our wise ruler. He guided and literally picked us some of us across those first (of many) falls. Watch this space. More about Surendra the Hero as we continue our adventure.

Namaste As One Amazing Gift For Life

God, we are soooo in love with the energy of hiking with our film crew! They helped us laugh when we only wanted to cry and cry with integrity when we wanted to cry in despair! It really did make EVERYTHING  more bearable. You see, Namaste (which means I bow to and see the space that you occupy) is all any of us really want: to be seen, to have a witness to all Which We Are, and that’s what the film crew was, a witness. We are deeply honored to have Erin Lim, Noah Cooper, and Angela Tabora as a part of our family.

In addition to the prelude, so far we’ve posted One-Stop-Shop Family Travel Trekking Adventure Hell (aka: Day One)

Love our adventures? SHARE IT FRIEND! Use the little bookmark to the left to share in as many places as you can.

Hate the sharing? Wanna fight? SHARE IT FRIEND. We can handle that too. Tell us what’s up.

We love you either way, and every way in between. Wanna support the documentary film crew’s amazing efforts to meet us in Israel for the next phase of the journey, do it!

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Insanely unorthodox, embarrassingly honest, and on her path towards spiritual awareness, Gabi Klaf blogs about her family’s ups and downs in their now third year of non-stop budget world travel. This family of five has lived with an indigenous tribe in the jungles of Ecuador, hitchhiked throughout the world, danced with drunk Vietnamese at weddings, and are now training for their Fall 2013 Annapurna Circuit trek where a film crew will accompany them for a documentary movie about how The Nomadic Family is redefining modern family life. Gabi writes about the untold sides of family travel life, those moments that take your breath away, adventures and mishaps while globetrotting, and how bits of her soul remain in this small town and off the side of that river. She is a guitar-stumming, energy-healing, ADHD wind-loving scaredy cat. Hugely romantic, tantalizingly sweet, and hysterically funny, Gabi Klaf represents a rare Rubik’s Cube of family world adventure.

10 Comments

  1. You are so crazy in the video.. lol… good for you for this recordings. amazing
    Husbi

    • hi beautiful. i love you. and oh, I AM the crazy one in the video. got it, got it. i love you for all the right reasons and a few right ones. 🙂 i knew one day you’d thank me for sticking the camera in your face all day. i love you and miss you so very, very much. wifeeeeeee

      • GAbi, i am already thanking you for having the camera glued to your arm!. lol

        • i love you dear one. i do. 🙂

  2. and you wonder why i cameras stop working all the time. you drowned it! ha ha ha

    • yes my love. i am using them well, and abusing them, which indicates that they are doing their job, covered in water, sand, dust, and all. i love you so much and love seeing your comments here kuba. i miss you. gaboush

  3. forget coffee! fall into a freezing stream from a massive waterfall and you’ll wake right up. thanks for sharing gab! although i don’t like seeing myself in videos, it’s an awesome moment to remember. may there be many more waterfall crossings in the future for all of us!

    • i love you ang and i dearly love seeing your words, specifically now. i rarely have the honor of you guys on film because you are always behind the camera. you took one for the team my love, and then a few more. massive waterfall falling for breakfast is always recommended above caffeine love. it is an awesome moment to remember and i’m so grateful that i live with the camera permanently connected to my life for, just like here, otherwise, i think there are so many magical moments we just forget. i miss you guys dearly. may there be many more waterfalls to cross. what a beautiful phrase. thank you. gabi

  4. Looks like a wonderful spot and a great waterfall.

    That is quite a large crew you had in tow, must have been slow moving?

    • veeeeeeeery slow. we’re like the hebrews wandering for 40 years through the desert! 🙂