The island of Santorini is one of the most visited Greek islands and quite possibly one of the most visited islands in the world. I know I want to go back. Solo travelers, fear not!
Expat Life in Kuwait After living here for seven years, I don’t get too many questions about expat life in Kuwait. Oh wait. I’ve never gotten a lot of questions about expat life in Kuwait. I …
I am aware Zanzibar is not a country. It is Tanzania, but this group of islands, specifically the main island of Ungunja, is quite different from the mainland, so I felt it deserved a post all its own. I spent a short five days here so I probably didn’t do it justice.
I have lived in Kuwait for seven years, not in a row. I first moved here in 2006, then again in 2011. No one was more surprised than me. Kuwait is truly an enigma. Maybe these pictures will help you envision it. I’m not sure anyone really understands it. lol
My main objective in going to Tanzania was to climb Kilimanjaro. I thought about it years ago and then I bought a house and renovated it. For the last five years I just didn’t have the cash to invest in a Kili climb. This year I knew I would pay off my house soon, so I knew it was time. I booked my climb with Africa Travel Resource in May.
I dreamed of going on safari in Africa for many years before I actually made it happen. I feared that I had built it up so much in my mind that I would be disappointed. I wasn’t. In two days, I saw the Big Five and just about everything else the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park had to offer.
For at least ten years, since I first moved overseas, I dreamed of going on safari in Africa. Somewhere in the last ten years, I started dreaming of climbing Kilimanjaro. Zanzibar meant recovery time on the beach before returning to work. I turned these dreams into reality with one trip to Tanzania.
Memories of the Appalachian Trail come flooding back to me at times even though I thru hiked 13 years ago.