Okay. Where were we? Yes, in the Fun Bus navigating the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorogoro Crater. We spent most of each day in the jeeps (6-7 hours), eating boxed lunches on the go and seeing animals, animals, animals! Let’s keep the words to a minimum and jump right in with what you really
It’s taken us a bit to actually post about our whole safari experience, not because we didn’t want to, but because it was so fantastic we wanted to make sure we did it justice! We’ve been having so many other adventures that we just couldn’t keep up. Not a bad situation to be in, that’s
For the past six months we’ve been in “Chimp Training” — walking miles to the bus stop, walking up hills in downtown Seattle, doing lots of core exercises, all in anticipation of today’s trek to see Jane Goodall’s chimps in Gombe National Park. Happy to say, we might be sweaty, but we had no trouble
We were super lucky to make a return visit to the Makonde tribe where Aaron reunited with his wood carving teacher, Mende, from 2015. As a refresher, during our 2015 trip our friend Brian asked the Makonde tribe if they’d give Aaron a carving lesson. When they said ‘yes’ Aaron and I peeled off from
On our first day in Tazania we learn how to make African batik, and check out a real working batik “factory” — and it’s not what we expected.