While Sam Hunt is spending his holiday time far away, somewhere in Central America, with his wife, Hannah Lee, he shared a video of the two checking out the sites via motor bike.
Sam took to Instagram to share a video of himself as he had to refill his bike with gas and also give it a running push start to get it going again. “Toma la gasolina,” Hannah, whom Sam calls his Spanish tutor, can be heard saying in the video —which after looking it up, means making gasoline.
As the couple rides through the city, you can hear Sam saying, “How do you say old?”
“Viejo” she replied.
So with that he wrote his caption for the video saying, “Bike is viejo so I had to bump start it and scoop up my Spanish tutor on the go.”
And off they went. The couple looks like they are enjoying themselves as they spend some much needed time away.
While this video shows the couple having a good time, Sam also got serious in a previous post where he thanked his fans for allowing them to be able to go on this journey together. He praised his wife for all the amazing work she has done over the years, helping those in need. Something she has put on hold to be with him. Over this holiday season the two are able to get back at it and share the experience together.
“While I was in Nashville trying to get things going with music, Hannah was providing medical care to Hondurans during the 2009 coup. She was working in Syrian refugee camps and delivering Kurd babies in northern Iraq during the 2014 elections. She spent time in Israel where she helped with a feeding program and worked with Holocaust survivors.
This photo was taken by @igotnostrings in the Marshall Islands- where she was a part of a team providing basic health care to people on the island of Lib.
Her heart for humanity is one of the things I admire most about her but she’s put her ambitions on hold to be with me for the past year and a half. This winter, thanks to the people who’ve supported me and my music, I’m able to go with her and be a part of her dreams as they’ve become mine. If you’ve ever bought a record or come to a show, God bless you for giving us this opportunity.”
That’s what it’s all about.