Kathmandu

We arrived in Kathmandu at night, not the ideal situation to arrive in a large city in darkness, but our plane out of China had ben delayed so you take what the travel… Continue reading

Update: Where in the World are Elizabeth and Ronen?

I know it has been over six months since my last post and a lot has happened in that time. Ronen and I decided to return to Kona, Hawaii in December with big… Continue reading

China Exposed

Up to this point, all of my blog posts have been about what we have seen, done, and experienced throughout our adventures. I have talked some of culture, but mostly about the places… Continue reading

Maldives: Busy Diving, Sunbathing, and Loving Life, for Nathan

For the past week we have been here: Kuredu Island, Lhaviyani Atoll,¬†Maldives http://www.kuredu.com Diving, snorkeling, sunbathing, and relaxing with these two: To celebrate his life: We will be here for another week and… Continue reading

Trekking the Tiger Leaping Gorge

Our final adventure in China was a trek through the Tiger Leaping Gorge. We had been ecstatic about hiking the gorge and seeing the powerful Yangtze River at the base of the Himalayas… Continue reading

Shangri La, Tibet

First of all, we rode on public transportation during our time in China and Tibet. This definitely created some interesting situations along the way but one of the best occurred when we were… Continue reading

Yunnan Province, China: The Tea Horse Trail

Our arrival in China was the biggest culture change we have had thus far in our travels. Just getting our bags and going through customs included coughing without covering your mouth, passing gas… Continue reading

Spectacular Diving and Incredible People in Tofo, Mozambique

Our arrival to Inhambane involved the use of a plane which had faulty brakes that were being fixed as we were boarding and bald tires so when we landed in one piece on… Continue reading

Diving Aliwal Shoals, South Africa

After leaving Zimbabwe we flew back to South Africa to go on a three-day dive trip in the Kwazulu-Natal on Aliwal Shoals. We were pretty excited to get wet again after being in… Continue reading

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe: The Largest Sheet of Falling Water in the World

To cross the border into Zimbabwe seemed simple enough.¬† The process was easy, it just meant standing in line for immigration for two hours, in the blazing hot African sun with out any… Continue reading