Tanzania: The Serengeti Edition.

Tanzania: The Serengeti Edition.

As we headed back to the main road, we noticed a group of cars huddled near a tree.... We new that meant only one thing: a sighting! We headed that direction with steep anticipations, and thankfully were towards the front of the pack with an excellent line of sight of a pride of lions, mostly cubs and a couple older females hanging out in a tree. Yes, your read that right.

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Tanzania: The Ngorongoro Crater Edition.

Tanzania: The Ngorongoro Crater Edition.

Despite the extensive driving, once again, we made good time. We stopped for cash near the turn off for Gibb's Farm, and then proceeded to the long dirt drive. We followed the signs and were pleasantly surprised by the tailored gardens of the hotel entry when we pulled up. We were greeted with cool towels [...]

A Tanzanian Road Trip: The Kilimanjaro Region Edition. (Day 1-3)

A Tanzanian Road Trip: The Kilimanjaro Region Edition. (Day 1-3)

After our grueling journey from Cairo to Kilimanjaro International Airport, which include nearly 4 hours of layover time in the Nairobi Airport, just enough time for a nap and meal, we were in Tanzania, outside of Arusha. We hit the ATM at the airport to get all the cash we could, because despite setting money [...]

Egypt: Closing Statment.

Egypt: Closing Statment.

Egypt was one of the only countries that I feel truly defeated us. There were missing phone, relentless hassling by men in carriages and on the backs of camels, an exhausting illness that really held me back.. it was a mess, but lately, I have been missing it. I miss the peaceful views from the [...]

Egypt: The Luxor Edition.

Egypt: The Luxor Edition.

  So now that we were free of the boat, permanently back on solid ground in Luxor, and loaded up into our driver's car, we were off to Karnak Temple, oneĀ of the largest temples in Egypt left to visit. While we drove through the city, I notice how thick the air had become with smoke, [...]