The best way to travel is to embrace the little deviations in plans as happy accidents that will enrich your trip. Easier said than done from someone like myself who loves to plan. But, I’ve learned that when you want the flexibility of making plans as you go, it’s going to happen; and you gotta … More … And Then We Drank Wine
A city rich in culture and color, Cape Town captured my heart on day one. We spent six blissful days exploring the city so far; here is a day-by-day breakdown to the highlights during those days. … More 6 Days in Cape Town
A Day in Jo’Burg The next chapter of our unemployment in Africa begins in Johannesburg. After a 13-hour journey taking us from Uganda to Rwanda to Ethiopia we arrived in South Africa mid afternoon. A driver picked us up at the airport and dropped us at Motel Mi Chi Pi in Melville. Melville was awesome … More Ticket to Ride
This year, I bought my own ski gear, bought the Rocky Mountain Ski Pass, and decided, this is the year I’m going to master skiing! … More Flashback [Photo] Friday: Steamboat Springs, Colo.
Kampala has several modes of transportation if you don’t have a car here, which we don’t. You’ve already been introduced to Richard the Driver in A Trip to the Source of the Nile; we used him quiet a bit when I first arrived. He is reliable and safe. However, Richard the Driver is kind of expensive … More The Places We Will Go
After a month in Kampala, I have to say, I’ve settled in nicely, and will be sad to say goodbye to this unique city and its people. The spring rains have begun, and as I listen to the steady beat of the rain coming down outside washing away the rich, red dust that coats everything … More Making a Home in Kampala