Something magic happened over the weekend. As an early Christmas present I took Kirk Ouimet out for his first time ever on some jet skis. As I was leaving the house I grabbed the GoPro “just in case something crazy happens”..
A day blessed with perfect weather became a Continue reading
This is my photo journal from a recent adventure to French Polynesia with my best of friends. I made this mostly for our own personal memoir, but I also hope we can inspire others who see it to travel more, explore life’s boundaries, and spend more time with loved ones.
I love the effect travel has had on my life and am very grateful that we’ve been able to make it a tradition : Tahiti Adventure 1 /// Tahiti Adventure 2 /// Tahiti Adventure 3 /// Tahiti Adventure 4 /// ..and now Tahiti Adventure 5.
I’m much more visual than analytical so there’s really not much information besides my images. If you have any questions or would just like to get in contact, here is my best info: Garrett Gee
Here is a movie I made as a special keepsake to help us remember the adventure:
Again, a very special Continue reading
Many people have asked my wife and I how we’re able to travel to Tahiti so often. The one word answer? Escapeseeker.
For those who don’t know, my mother is the host of a luxury travel TV show called, Escapeseeker, where she seeks out the most incredible getaways around the world. Growing up, I had the opportunity to Continue reading
In the true spirit of Christmas SHARK WEEK, here’s a quick roundup of my own shark infested Continue reading
“It’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.” – Abraham Lincoln
..never let this jar get too full : )
So far, I’ve been blessed to have visited 36 different countries around the world. I was 10 yrs old the first time I visited Tahiti and it immediately became my absolute favorite. Since then, it has become somewhat of a tradition to take a break from the busyness of life and return “home” to the beautiful islands of French Polynesia. These trips have become even more memorable as I’ve been able to enjoy them with family and close friends. This adventure, Jessica and I were joined by John and Megan Heng and Alex and Natalie Madsen.
If my first trip at 10 yrs old was Tahiti Adventure 0, then the tradition would continue as follows:
– Tahiti Adventure 1 : http://goo.gl/TmP65r
– Tahiti Adventure 2 : https://vimeo.com/33948976
– Tahiti Adventure 3 : http://garrettgee.me/blog/7-days-in-tahiti-best-friends-sharks-and-of-course-half-gainers/
– Tahiti Adventure 4 : http://goo.gl/Sm9kOD
This trip we had the incredible opportunity to Continue reading
Garrett and I enjoyed a very blessed 2012. Every year just keeps getting better. Where to start..
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Garrett was invited by the US Government to be a student representative of entrepreneurship in Morocco. He made some lifelong friends mentoring other young adults that really made a footprint on his life. My mom came to SF to keep me company while Continue reading
5 months ago I was telling a certain someone about my dream of witnessing a European soccer match in person. Thanks to the magic of this very generous individual, that dream came true this week!
Monday I received a letter in the mail containing a letter and two tickets (pictured above). Roma would be playing Liverpool at Fenway Park in Boston! That night I hopped on the red-eye with Jessica Boston bound. You can believe that I’m going to Continue reading
Last week I had the unreal opportunity to speak aboard the Paul Gauguin in Tahiti. I was invited to be a guest speaker and share my journey of entrepreneurship and hard work with Scan. Tahiti is a place that I wish everyone could have the opportunity to experience at least once in their life. It’s the perfect combination of beauty, adventure, and culture. Nowhere before in all my travels (38 countries and counting..) have I come across such raw beauty that is also so safe, playful, and encourages healthy living. Basically all my favorite things packed into one heavenly paradise. This specific adventure was especially Continue reading
Morocco was the 33rd country I’ve had the opportunity to visit. Even at that, it was like no place I had never been before. Usually I can step off the plane into any culture and climate and feel comfortable and set. Never had I felt so foreign and misplaced like I did in Morocco. At least til something amazing happened my Continue reading