Creating a community from scratch isn’t exactly a walk up a volcano…or, wait.
We've all seen and admired the new age community from the movie The Beach with Leonardo Dicaprio. The freedom, connection, adventure and struggle of having a tight knit collective living together in paradise - like it's all happened in a serendipitous stroke of fate.
On paper, it's perfect.
In photos, it's surreal.
From word of mouth, can this exist?
The concepts always sound too good to be true.
...and no. These communities don't just pop up ma...
..."Have you heard of that island on Lake Nicaragua?"
..."Did you hear about that off-the-grid circus and yoga community?"
The rumours are true.
We've created a collective of circus misfits, creative nomads, driven yogi's, and entrepreneurial minds craving a new way to thrive in a community. It's only been a few weeks but the daily magic we've been able to co-generate on Circus Island has been truly special. We train together. Live together. Cook together. And grow together...
A Candid Conversation with Mike Spencer Bown at Word on the Street Festival
You could say I was a little excited to converse with someone who’s considered to be more thoroughly traveled than anyone else in history. What happened was the most fascinating 50-minute conversation of my life.
Meet Mike Spencer Bown – the World’s Most Travelled Man. A Canadian who currently resides in Calgary, but he’s been everywhere else the last 26 years – literally. He’s one of about 300 people who has been to every country on the planet (abo...