It took us just over a week to drive through Botswana to Victoria Falls. Along the way, we stopped at Khama Rhino Sanctuary and Elephant Sands. We also visited Chobe National Park for a safari, but we saw more animals outside the park around Kasane than inside the park.
On this trip we racked up over 2300 km to find lions. We traveled to Twee Rivieren in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. Then on to Mabuasehube in Botswana.
The kids’ school, The American International School of Johannesburg (AISJ) put on a big sports tournament. Ellie played soccer with the kids from Pretoria and Noah played on the high school rugby team.
A look back at 2016.
Played with animals. Spent a week with this view from our back window. Played on the beach near Durban. Visited a cultural village. Hit some balls. Spent some time with our old Taiwan friends the Roberts (now residing in Albania). Drove around with some Lions. Played in the pool. Slid on a slide. But nowContinue reading “Cool Stuff We Did Over the Christmas Break”
This past week was my birthday. I turned 48. This birthday has a particular significance for me. I got married when I was 24 years-old; so 48 means that I have been married for half of my life. Half of my life has been spent with this man. This very, very good man. This manContinue reading “Forty-eight”
During the October school break we traveled with new friends and some family from the States to Hazyview, South Africa and then we spent a few days in Kruger National Park.