Tag: family travel

Mauritius

Mauritius Photo Essay

“Mauritius – Lobster dinner, kitesurfing, beaches, swimming with wild dolphins, walking with lions and driving a segway on safari. Enough said!” – Savannah “Mauritius is a small African island nation just east of Madagascar.  Not the typical destination for a trip around southeast Asia.   As a personal rough rule of thumb […]

Mali

Mali Photo Essay

It wasn’t until I was in West Africa, 3 years into a global escapade with the family that I learned TIMBUKTU was actually a real place that existed in the far, sandy reaches of Mali (a country I had previously never known existed). Full of adventure and new […]

Libya

Libya Photo Essay

Libya is another one of the countries I have yet to visit and long to discover, with its rich history and well preserved ruins to explore. My sister Bre, Kees and friend Ben Southall drove through Libya from Egypt on their way to Europe after our family trip ended […]

Ireland

Ruins Around the World

The remnants of our ancestors are speckled across the planet, waiting to be admired. Some are still eagerly waiting to be discovered and have their hidden messages unravelled. Their crumbling walls leave traces of history and tell stories that reflect our own lives today. Take a journey through […]

Lesotho

Lesotho Photo Essay

Lesotho is one of two countries landlocked within the country of South Africa, the other being Swaziland. It holds the record for being the country with the highest low point, that being 1,400 m. Of all the 111 countries I’ve visited Lesotho is the only one I haven’t […]

Latvia

Latvia Photo Essay

In 2016 mom and I departed on a fantastic last minute road trip through Scandinavia and The Baltic States. Latvia was a first for both of us and one of the stops of our 10-Country 10-Capital City road trip. We stayed in a very great location in the […]