You know how we have the fantasy of going out and explore the world? Well, if you don’t have the guts to drink blood from the veins of a cow, then I guess you should give up the idea.
This ultimate survivor, Hazen Audel, he was once an biologist, and he has lived with some of the world’s most isolated tribes, and was almost froze to death while living in an Arctic igloo.
His experiences are sure legendary, and now he is the star of National Geographic’s new survival show, among the tribes he has lived with, Huaorani is his favorite, he says that They took him in as a teenager and their way of life made him question his own in so many ways.
‘They have such strong family and kinship bonds with one another within their communities. Everyone takes care of each other.’
This is not something you could learn from books. Amazing!
1. Hazen with San tribesmen Touka, Mosse, Joseph and Jonas in Namibia’s Kalahari Desert
2. During his time with the San people, Hazen learned to hunt using poison-tipped spears and arrows
3. Tasty: Hazen gives water to some of the Samburu people’s cattle during his stay in Kenya
4. The Samburu people of Kenya live in the Rift Valley and live on a mix of cattle blood and milk
5. During his trip to the Solomon Islands, Hazen hunted Great White sharks in a flimsy canoe
6. Hazen also spent time with the Kazakh people of Mongolia who hunt using eagles
7. Life for the Huaorani involves devising elaborate ways to trap birds and animals living in the forest
8. During his time with Ecuador’s Huaorani people, Hazen lived deep in the jungle
9. Living with the Inuit people of Canada proved challenging thanks to the extreme cold
Though I admire his braveness and appreciate his way of leading his life, I guess I don’t have the courage to do the same, will you try this? share your ideas with us in comments!