Tracking elephants by foot in Zimbabwe, armed guard in tow.
There’s a picture under a hut outside of the visitor’s center that shows a man who had been in up to his waist. He walked out onto the lake and the pitch, […]
When I hit the trail, the day is grey and the ground is wet. The bottoms of the clouds are hung up on the peaks of the mountains, and although it’s not […]
Last week, I had the chance to stay at Kilauea Military Camp in Volcanoes National Park. It’s not a base, it’s a recreation center built by the military as a leisure-stay facility […]
I mentioned that the people of Georgia are very religious, relishing in their Orthodox Christian roots. Indeed, this provides a sacred and rooted background for the country’s family-first society. But that doesn’t […]