Four flights, three epic layovers, one taxi ride and 48 hours later, I have arrived in my new home: Kampala, Uganda. More specifically, Muyenga, Kampala, Uganda, but I’ll get into that in a later post. We were able to book all of my flights using miles. Translation: miles = a lot more miles are traveled … More Tips for Traveling Halfway Around the World
Jay: Want to move to Africa? Me: Heck yeah. OK, so there was a little more discussion involved in the process, but as you may have guessed already, Jay and I are moving to Kampala, Uganda for six months. Eek! Yeah, that’s happening. Why are we embarking on what I’m sure some think is a … More I’m Moving Where? Uganda be Kidding Me!
On each of my visits home, it’s inevitable that we make a stop in Pensacola to Joe Patti’s – one of the areas’ most famous fish markets. … More Flashback [Photo] Friday: Pensacola
Traveling this holiday season with no access to your home gym? No problem! There are a lot of workouts you can do from anywhere in the world with little to no equipment. The best part about these workouts? You can mix and match to keep each workout fresh as well as challenging. Here are a … More Fight the Holiday Bulge: 5 No-Equipment Workouts
One of my favorite U.S. somewhat still hidden gems is the Alabama Gulf Coast. … More Flashback [Photo] Friday: Orange Beach, Ala.
We hired a driver who picked us up at our riad and drove us to the Sahara (it’s about a 7-8 hour trek). During the course of the drive, the Atlas Mountains that surround Marrakech give way to sand dunes and limestone cliffs of the Todra Gorge. … More Magical Morocco Part 3: Sahara
Mt. Quandary is one of Colorado’s 53 14ers (+14,000-foot peaks). The 13th highest peak in Colorado, the mountain’s summit is at 14,265 feet. … More Flashback [Photo] Friday: Mt. Quandary, Colorado
Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve, an extension of the world-renowned Serengeti National Park, is home to the big five game animals … More Flashback [Photo] Friday: Maasai Mara
Lost in wonder, a warm feeling of content overcame me, I smiled, and we began to navigate the twisted passages of Marrakech’s Old Medina. … More Magical Morocco Part 2: Marrakech
My parents took my brother and I to New Orleans for the first time over summer vacation when I was 9 years old. I instantly fell in love with the city – it’s energy, it’s flavor and it’s jazz. … More Flashback [Photo] Friday: New Orleans