One of our safaris included a stop in Shimba Hills at a place known for its tree-houses…it was VERY cool!
The Maldives is considered one of the world’s best scuba diving sites. I went diving with new friends – The Lesters from New Zealand – and it was indeed wonderful.
I attended what is perhaps the biggest fitness and nutrition convention around. People from ALL over the country attended. I was surprised by only one thing – how UN-fit so many of the people appeared. Granted “fitness” isn’t just about looking like a bikini model but – PEOPLE – being seriously over-weight is not nutritious or fitness. This seemed to be more apparent among the women attendees who outnumbered the men by about 3 to 1 in my unscientific judgment. I wrote more about this in a lengthier piece but here’s the short video I made at the convention – just for fun.
The framing process of building a new home makes the whole process seem very quick. We were blown away by the progress on our future home in Park City but we know that the “finish work” is time-consuming so don’t make plans to visit yet! Projected finish date is next Spring. Can’t wait – we will move summer of 2015.
It’s August 2014 and our house is almost fully framed. We visited for a “walk through” to approve things and made further decisions. This “tour” gives you a great overview of the setting and the house. Ya’all come visit, y’hear? For even more of WHY we are moving to Park City, check out THIS video!
Meet some of the people that we traveled with to 13 countries in Africa and India, 22 cities, in 33 days at the end of 2013 and beginning of 2014.
Mozambique, Africa is and was a very dangerous place when we ported there in December/January. Consequently, we chose to stay on the ship so this is just what we could see from port. Given we went to 13 countries, 22 cities, in 33 days, we didn’t feel deprived on our trip to Africa, India, and the UAE.