As I ached between my sheets and mosquito net, nibbling papaya that Fatuma had lovingly prepared, I realized food had transcended language.
As I caught my first glimpse of the morning sun surfacing through the clouds and shimmering off the icy peaks of Kilimanjaro’s glaciers, I knew it had all been worth it.
Whether you enjoy white water rafting, encountering exotic animals, wandering through historic cities, or sampling foreign dishes, these experiences will inspire you, change you, and make you want to give up your day job to travel full time.
All of these photos were taken with a Canon Rebel T5 with a EF 75-300mm telephoto zoom lens. The Serengeti is a land mass full of exotic wildlife. It’s a place where you can spot the cast of Lion King, a leopard hiding in a tree, or birds that look as though they’ve flown off the …
June 25, 2015 Distended bellies, babies with fly covered faces, men with machine guns, naked women with loincloths covering their intimate regions, and danger lurking in every corner.
March 3, 2015 The voices of fisherman headed to the lake blend with the cheery chirping of the colorful birds. Geese sing and a light trickle of raindrops hit the tin roof.
March 9, 2015 So as my two month anniversary of moving to Tanzania rolls around, I wanted to reflect on some of the highlights. Of course every moment since I began working at JBFC has been a thrill, but some projects stand out a bit more and feel worth writing home about.
February 15, 2015 The sun’s rays race toward the horizon, giving birth to hues of emeralds and peaches. White sails drift through the choppy waters and tropical birds glide through the clouds eagerly headed to their destinations.