Moto Photo Mexico Adventure Ep5

Day 1…let the adventure begin!!!

Moto Photo Mexico Adventure Ep4

I’m stressed. I’ve been going non-stop from dawn till…well…REALLY LATE. But I’m getting very close to having everything buttoned up for the Moto Photo Mexico Adventure to begin tomorrow morning.

One big item to check off the list was FINALLY publishing Ep4 in the series! In this video, Jason and I showcase all my camping and travel gear, as well as how I store it on the bike for these fun trips.

Tomorrow the adventure begins!!!  See you in the next video…

Moto Photo Mexico Adventure Ep3

The next installment of Moto Photo Mexico is here!  This one is all about the electronics, gadgets, and technology that I’ll be bringing with me on my adventure.  Only 4 more days to go!!!  🙂

Moto Photo Mexico Adventure Ep 2

Episode dos of the Moto Photo Mexico Adventure series is out! This one is all about the farkles and fittings that have helped transform Trinity, my Honda CB500X, into the perfect bike for this amazing trip!!! 🙂

The Ngorongoro Crater

After we left Arusha, we headed strait into the Ngorongoro Crater. It’s not actually a crater left behind by some ancient meteor as some scientists originally believed. It’s actually the world’s largest unbroken, unflooded volcanic caldera…formed when a giant volcano exploded and collapsed on itself some two to three million years ago.

Based on fossil evidence found at the nearby Olduvai Gorge, we known that various hominid species have occupied the area for 3 million years. Aside from herds of zebra, gazelle, and wildebeest, the crater is home to the “Big Five” (rhinoceros, lion, leopard, elephant, and buffalo), which we saw within our first two days! An estimated 25,000 animals live within the crater, almost every known species of East African Wildlife. Notably absent are giraffes, impala, and crocodiles. But it does boast the densest known population of lions, thought we actually saw more later in the Serengeti…which I’ll share when I get to them. 🙂

The Ngorongoro Crater is often called the Eighth Wonder of the World!