Since it only comes but once every four years, I have decided to commemorate the Leap Year phenomenon by sharing the best leaps from my travel adventures. The Great Jump of China The Bahama Beach Jump Man Overboard! The San Diego Boardwalk Jump Jump Like an Egyptian Border Jump (A Wall Won’t Stop Me!) … More #Instaleap: Leaps From Years Travelling Around the World
It’s so still. So quiet. So calm. No matter what is happening in life, once you sink below the waves it all disappears. Diving. I love it more than life. It never ceases to amaze yet there’s only one thing to do…breathe. Today is an exciting day because I booked my 71st dive trip and … More Diving. I Love It More Than Life.
I don’t know what it is about statues but I love them. It’s impossible for me to pass a bronzed or marbled or any sculpted shape without climbing it, mimicking it or getting my picture taken with the immortalized soul. I am sure some psychiatrist could dismantle my obsession with ease but I can’t figure … More What is it about statues?
My best memory of Egypt was made on the banks of The Nile, one chilly April evening. We pull our felucca onto the banks of The Nile at dusk. Our chores are to gather firewood and build a latrine as the first mate cooks up dinner on the deck. Time is of the essence, we … More On the Banks of The Nile
When Nubian men and women court, they must keep it secret from everyone. To proceed otherwise, would damage the reputation of the woman (used goods, if you will). While, the 21st century feminist in me wants to be repulsed by this idea, I am enamoured by the chivalry contained within the sentiment. If/when the couple … More Marriage is a Big Deal Celebration in the Ancient Land