Vacation Shaming? Knock It Off!

If you google vacation shaming, you’ll find many pieces on why it’s unfair to vacation shame the president. I know because I just googled “vacation shaming” in hopes that I made it up.  While it may not be as original a concept as I had hoped, vacation shaming is certainly real and it needs to...
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2015 Resolutions

It’s that time of year and naturally I’m a week late getting to it, but last year brought some pretty great travel experiences and this year I’d like to try to top it!  I’m not the biggest fan of resolutions, planning an action for an entire year stresses me out just a little. I can’t...
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2014; Thanks For A Great Year!

New Years Eve is a time of reflection for most people.  A look back at the previous year and an optimistic planning of all the wonderful things you’ll probably forget to accomplish in the upcoming one. 2014 was pretty great for me.  Here are some stats.  Mainly, I just need them written down in public...
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Destination Memory Lane Blogging Challenge!

  I was recently notified by the lovely Marti Ingram at Down The Wrabbit Hole that I was nominated for their Destination Memory Lane Blogging Challenge. The concept is pretty cool.  Travel bloggers write about amazing, frustrating, funny, sad, helpful, kooky experiences all the time.  Destination Memory Lane gives us a chance to narrow it...
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Maji Moto

My last full day in Africa I finally got to go to the place I had heard everyone mention throughout my trip, Maji Moto.  I knew it was a hot spring and that there were fish that would eat dead skin off of my feet, but that was about the extent of my expectations of...
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Arusha Overview

I spent the bulk of my time in Tanzania staying with friends in Arusha.  It is interesting to see how the permanent residents live.  Plus, I got to spend time with my favorite locals. I would be lying if I said that the travel clinic here in the states didn’t make me a little nervous...
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Kendwa Rocks- Zanzibar

I’ll admit that my first few days in Africa were probably my favorite, (mostly because I met these guys that you can read about here and here) but after a few days on safari, and one night back in Arusha, I headed to Zanzibar.  It was great because Zanzibar is about the most exotic sounding...
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