Man Attempts 2nd Trip to Bermuda by 'Hydro Pod'

"I don’t want people to burst my bubble," Reza Baluchi said.

— -- A South Florida man doesn't want you to burst his bubble while he tries to spread peace -- literally.

Reza Baluchi is making another attempt to reach the Bermuda Triangle from Pompano Beach, Florida, using his "hydro pod" -- a plastic container that allows him to run across water like a giant hamster wheel.

"I will not leave my bubble because I don’t want people to burst my bubble," the Iranian-born athlete told ABC News.

Baluchi said his goal is to spread peace by traveling the ocean in a giant bubble.

Baluchi previously attempted to make the voyage in October of 2014. But after traveling 70 miles off the coast of St. Augustine, he said his GPS had fallen into the ocean.

The U.S. Coast Guard began monitoring his movements and eventually rescued him. During the rescue his bubble popped.

Baluchi told ABC that he plans on leaving Monday on his adventure.