By Mascha Blome on
tea and hot chocolates?
Grace à Jacques Cousteau we can now breathe underwater and be less scared about it, and even for people who did/do not want to explore the big blue themselves, the Team of the Calypso produced many movies and TV series about the underwater world and its animals.
“Il y a 30 ans j’ai vu l’entrée à un endroit secret,
Je voulais le conquérir, mais en fait il fallait le protéger!”
Even if it took his son Philippe some arguments to bring his father to the conservation side, Jacque is the pioneer of Ocean Conservation and protection who inspired and formed generations to protect what they love and know, only because of him...
Our SailorFull post
"The ocean (and nature in general) gives me a sense of belonging, peace and energy" - Emil Kozak
Children of the OceanFull post
"The water gives these kids a feeling of freedom and at the same time of connection, a happiness that goes through each cell, each time they get into the water... It is undeniable that the ocean is made for them."– Loreto Gala
"Retreating" from ordinary LifeFull post
“This is the real secret of life — to be completely engaged with what you are doing in the here and now. And instead of calling it work, realize it is play.”– Alan Watts
Snow SurfingFull post
Every morning, after reading the avalanche report, we took our split-boards and touring skis, and decided which mountain to climb. For the steepest parts and most exposed slopes, we had to take snow profiles for deciding whether to continue ascending or not (the chamois didn’t care too much about it, though). To learn to read maps according to avalanche reports and to learn to read the profile of the snow for decision making was a very informative and interesting part of the whole thing.