Masaai Tanzania

Maasai.

 

I had the privilege of peeking around in a Maasai village out in the middle of the Serengeti. I had met a few Maasai men and women in Arusha and spoken with many who had Maasai heritage however I had not spoken to anyone living completely isolated within the camps. Continue reading “Maasai.”

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Alabama Culture Shock


It’s a different world down there. It’s almost incomprehensible that Alabama is part of the same country that brought us Hugh Hefner, Kim Kardashian and Sex and the City. One town we drove through was named Opelika Alabama – which according to our friends meant big swamp. There are American flags adorning every house and rocking chairs on every porch. Everyone has a gun and a bible. And, everyone talks with a deeeeep sloooow southeerrrn draaaawl. I love it!

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Japan vs The World (Australia)

From Tokyo to Kyoto, Japan is unlike any other country. Here are some comparisons that I couldn’t help but make while I traveled around this beautiful country.

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