It's been a long time coming. A very very long time. But finally, the story is here. Mainly in the form of photographs. Enjoy The Comoros!
After a night's stay in the Serengeti and a visit to a Maasai village, we slept at the edge of Tanzania's Ngorongoro Crater. We’d yet to lay eyes on this masterpiece of cohesiveness over 3 million years old, and still the energy of the earth was undeniable. Here are the stories and photos.
To visit the Serengeti is to observe a world you've never before known. A short poem, a plethora of photos. Get ready to discover Tanzania's Endless Plains
In the most simple of ways, here's a look at Ugandan firsts for our overland tour-goers. From zip lining to noshing on Nutella Rolex, there were a whole lot of firsts during our time in Uganda. Author's note : The photos may be better than the writing in this one. You be the judge!
What's black and white and red all over? Why are some zebra brown and others black? What's the proper pronunciation of "Zebra"? There's only one way to find out...
Nothing can prepare you for Africa. No blog, no book, no amount of perusing through National Geographic magazines. It’s a jump in and learn to swim kind of game. At least, that’s how I imagined it to be.
After teaching children in Rusinga Island, Kenya the meaning of love, a call came to return to the woman who taught me what love is. I was able to make it back to the US in time for a final few hugs with my greatest inspiration before returning to Africa with a new guardian angel.
A small island village on Lake Victoria, Rusinga has seen its share of hardships and welcomed volunteers like Luca: an idol, an inspiration, a giver, a lifeline, and a friend. During four months, he provided more to the Kenyan island than anyone could've imagined.
“Stomach?” he asked holding his belly. “Head?” he asked placing a palm on his forehead. “No, no. I’m okay. I am here from Mauritius.” Confused, he hesitated to let me inside and reiterated the lack of English. A few minutes later he'd be kissing my camera and hugging me tightly. Here's the story
A little slice of heaven has fallen from the clouds. In the Indian Ocean, 2400 kilometers from the nearest continent, it has landed. We call it Mauritius.