I love taking photographs when I travel, but I am selective about it because cameras can make you an outsider, an observer instead of a participant. One thing I like about having a camera is that, even if I don’t use it, I pay a little more attention to the details.
I just completed a triathlon in Zanzibar. In case you are not as athletic as I apparently am, a triathlon is an event involving a 10 kilometer (6.20 mile) run, a 40 kilometer (24.85 mile) bike ride and a 1.5 kilometer (.93 mile) swim. Of course, my accomplishment was completely by accident. Continue reading
Some people call churches “god’s house.” But a church is a building made by humans to honor god. The real god’s house is the 12,000 square miles of the Serengeti ecosystem. Continue reading
Jambo means “hello” in Swahili and I hear it all day long in Tanzania because Tanzania is such a friendly place. Continue reading
I can’t believe I am in Kenya….and I can’t believe I am in Kenya and spending most of my time in my hotel. It is a very nice hotel. The staff are really friendly and Chris, the door man, is my new BFF. The rooms are lovely and the overpriced food is good. The bartender makes the best ginger mojito you can imagine. Continue reading