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