Well I went in April 2019, so I’m only like 9 months behind in posting… I went to the Seychelles in April 2019, and it was beyond lovely. It was a short couple flights aways via Nairobi on Kenya Airways. We stayed on Mahe island, but we did a day-trip to La Digue, home to […]Read more "Seychelles"
Happy Thanksgiving from my family to yours. We had a lovely day. Lily had to go to school, since it’s not a holiday here or in France. Ben and I did some shopping and cooking/baking. We all went over to our neighbor’s house for a potluck dinner with most of the Americans who live in […]Read more "Happy Thanksgiving!"
Guest post by B Mountain Gorillas. Yes, you read that correctly. Mountain gorillas. One of the more mythical creatures hidden in the mountain forests of central Africa. Since I arrived in Congo, I have been drawn to the idea of seeing these amazing animals in the wild. The high cost, limited tourist infrastructure, and […]Read more "Mountain Gorilla Safari – Bwindi Park Uganda"
The last time I was in Cape Cod, I was maybe in 8th grade, and we were visiting family friends. These family friends were special–she was my 2nd grade teacher in Cairo, Egypt, and her husband was one of the funniest people I’d ever met. They lived in St. Denis, MA, and I don’t remember […]Read more "Cape Cod"
We spent most of June in Denmark. It was a blast! We flew in and out of Copenhagen, and traveled to Aarhus, Ærø island, Billund (for Legoland), and Hornbæk. We rented a car, and took ferries where we could. We had Lily and our friend’s 5-year old daughter with us. Denmark is exceptionally kid-friendly. The […]Read more "Denmark"
My sincere apologies for not providing any updates all summer long! We are headed back to Brazzaville after many, many weeks of lovely vacation. I’m really looking forward to a return to normalcy, getting Lily back in school, and getting back to a routine. We did have a wonderful trip, though. I will be doing […]Read more "Summer Vacation"
I am very lucky to have been raised overseas by my parents. Both my sister and I have followed in their footsteps, raising our own families overseas. My sister has lived in South Africa, Ethiopia, and now she’s in Yangon, Myanmar (what the US government still calls Burma), with her two kids and husband. We […]Read more "A Visit to Yangon"