We live in a neighborhood called Kabeza Samuduha on a busy street full of people selling fruit, milk bars, tea cafes, shoe repair men, children playing, and seamstress shops. Here are some pictures from our walk from home to the market. Advertisements
Because this video was just as a joke and I have no idea how to do my makeup, I didn’t include what products I used in it. Right now we are living in Rwanda and so I haven’t been wearing much makeup because of the heat and lack of running water. After we uploaded this … More How Beauty Products Are Hurting The Planet
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Airbnb is so much fun, but it can be spendy depending on where you’re staying. They have an awesome travel credit program that can make it way more affordable. When a friend you’ve invited travels through Airbnb you both get $35.00 of travel credit! Definitely worth checking out.
Paul and I have been dreaming of living in Africa since we were dating. Sharing stories of our separate trips to East Africa, but never having traveled there together. We are so excited to move to Africa together as as a married couple! On September 27th we will be moving to Rwanda to work with … More 34 Days Until We Move Half-way Across The World!
Grouse Mountain Just a 20 minute drive from downtown Vancouver Grouse Mountains’ views of the city, sea and surrounding mountains are incredible. Lynn Canyon Park Lynn Canyon Park has tons of awesome trails with varying levels of difficulty and it’s completely free. Saturday Farmers Market Vancouver has a thriving local food stage that can be enjoyed … More Top 10 Things To Do In Vancouver
Every time we travel up to Alaska we experience the wildlife in a new way. Sue and I are intentional about stopping and admiring the beauty and the animals. We always point out how the clouds seem “Just somehow different” every time we go to a new place. This latest adventure to Alaska was especially … More A New Mate
Our trip to Alaska ended abruptly and unexpectedly. We are home in Oregon now. Glad to be home around friends and family enjoying the wonderful weather. Summer is coming early and still not soon enough. Here’s a random assortment of pictures from our trip to Esther Island.
Sheila told me about her Aunt’s farm that was just down the road where she had hundreds of cows. So we went to go check it out! We’ve never seen such a big cow farm with such wide open spaces. The sky seems bigger in Alberta. There were around 200 new calves, we walked all … More Cows and Anniversaries
We left from Portland on the Bolt bus at 6 in the morning and arrived at the bus station in Vancouver at 2 in the afternoon. We soon discovered that we needed to get on the Skytrain in order to get to our host’s house. Our backpacks were heavy and it proved to be a challenge … More The Batcave