Yes. He is.He made it through the wilderness. Somehow he made it through.
Last Verified: 1:33pm (AEST), 2 July 2018Threat Level: Low. Current Risks: Domestic.
Last Known Location: Brisbane, Australia.
Survived So Far:
Mild Anxiety, Air Travel, Excess of Mozzarella, Bowl of Ceviche, Cow hearts, Mass Street Protests, Stubborn Traffic, Catacombs, Street Churro, Altitude Acclimatisation, Strange Fruit Sampling, 22km Andean Trek in Extreme Conditions (in one day, up to altitude 4.6km), 37km Rocky Mountain Biking, Level 3 White Water Rafting, 3km Zip Lining, Minor Instance of Rock Climbing, More Trekking, Chilly Nights, Machu Picchu Bathroom Queues, 3hr Return Climb Up Machu Picchu Mountain, 2x Nights Sleeping in a Haunted House (Kristen mis-translated the title and thought we had booked in to an “enchanted” house), Handling Street Dogs, Canoodling Street Cats, Jungle Treks, 3x Chicken Spiders, 2x Alarmingly Large Anacondas, Amazonian River Boating, Piranha Fishing, São Paulo Airport Delays, Excess of Brazillian BBQ Meats, A Dodgy Zoo, Proximity to Reported Street Shootings, Swam in the Atlantic Ocean, Visited Haunted Prison Ruins, Extended Airport Napping, Jetlag.
Incidents So Far:
cut finger on toilet door latch; dulce de leche induced food coma headspin; discovered intense culinary aversion to sea urchin; mild altitude dizziness; first trek guide quit due to unspecified trek-related accident; side-swiped by a donkey on a snowy cliff; pangs of trek regret; surprise sunburn; fell off mountain bike; fell off mountain bike again; genital bruising due to 5hrs rocky mountain biking; Kristen fell out of raft into white water rapids (Nathan not physically harmed); sunburn got worse; an actual jungle spider was on my back…