No trip to Egypt would be complete without seeing the Sphinx and the Pyramids, right? We felt the same.
Egyptian artifacts are tricky.
A quick search of travel.state.gov would have revealed warnings such as “do not travel to the Sinai Peninsula due to terrorism”
We saw our most interesting highway interchange of all time in Egypt in 2016.
It involves a lot of pointing and uncertainty.
Today was tough. Shenzhen is louder, more confusing, and more difficult to navigate than Hong Kong, and my feet hurt as badly as I can ever remember them hurting, ever.
But I believe in finding things to be grateful for, always. So, here goes.
Musings on a cultural difference between China and the US.
Typhoon Mangkhut shut down the train between Yangshuo and the coast and cut off the path to our flight out of HK. Time to adapt.
Bastimentos is magical. It’s a tiny Panamanian island in the Caribbean that can only be reached by boat and is 100% car free.
9 hours and 4 busses later, I found a region of the country in the mountains near Costa Rica where I feel much more at home.