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Amboseli | Kenya | The Mighty Maasai Warrior

Amboseli | Kenya | The Mighty Maasai Warrior

| November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

  He knows how to start a fire with elephant dung, much like his ancestors did hundreds of years ago. He has killed a lion with his spear, earning the hallowed right to be called a warrior amongst his peers, a status marked prominently by the adornments around his ears. He jumps the highest in […]

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Maeklong Railway | Thailand | A Most Unusual Market

Maeklong Railway | Thailand | A Most Unusual Market

| November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

  A few hours drive outside of Bangkok in Thailand, there is a market that can only be described as unique.. very, very unique. When I first came here, it was a hive of activity and noise on what appeared to be old train tracks, with stalls and buildings tightly packed to each side. After […]

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Cape Town | South Africa | Beauty, Rugby and Ostrich Rides

Cape Town | South Africa | Beauty, Rugby and Ostrich Rides

| November 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

  Accolades roll off the tongue effortlessly when attempting to describe Cape Town. Stunningly beautiful, intoxicating, tranquil and easy going, ruggedly wild, sporty and fun loving. Once you’ve been here, you really can’t say enough to capture what this place is.  Located in one of the world’s most unique locations, Cape Town sits at the very […]

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Wadi Rum | Jordan | A Desert Adventure

Wadi Rum | Jordan | A Desert Adventure

| October 9, 2013 | 2 Comments

  Wadi Rum. Jordan. Just the name evokes images of grand deserts and endless dunes, the hot blistering sun, and bedouin roaming on camel trains.  It is the biblical desert, Lawrence of Arabia’s desert, and a worthy rival to the Sahara.  When I was planning my trip to Jordan, Wadi Rum was foremost on my […]

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Ethiopia | Coffee, Culture and Tradition

Ethiopia | Coffee, Culture and Tradition

| October 2, 2013 | 1 Comment

  Ethiopia, a country I was always fascinated by but never thought I could travel to and yet here I was. As the Emirates flight touched down at the airport, with sand and dust getting kicked up by the engines outside, all I could think of was sleep. It was early January, and I was […]

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Dhaka | Bangladesh | A Wedding Story

Dhaka | Bangladesh | A Wedding Story

| October 1, 2013 | 7 Comments

  I had finally landed in Dhaka after an overnight layover in Dubai. This was the first stop in an end-of-the-year tour of some South Asian countries, and for a special reason. My good friend Sara was getting married, as she and her husband had decided to have their wedding in their country of birth […]

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