I flew into Malta with zero expectations of the country. I did my bit of pre-departure research and looked up some good spots for photos, places to see, food to eat, but that was all. I knew that Malta had some of the oldest archaeological sites to visit, and some of the oldest history as well. Flying over the islands and into Malta gaveRead More
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I have some exciting news on the blog today! One of my friends is embarking on a life changing mission. She is heading to Uganda to visit orphanages and help raise awareness of orphan care. She is collaborating with The Archibald Project, and below is a short bio on their organization and mission.Read More
I made a video of our weekend in Malta! It's kinda shaky and I apologize, but I've already started looking at camera equipment because this was a lot of fun to make!
Malta, what a fascinating and confusing place. A mix of cultures throughout history that found themselves on these islands. Islands not tropical, nor lush by any means, but full of vegetation and limestone. Some say that Malta is the lost Atlantis, evident by all the cliffsides that drop straight to the ocean.Read More
How is it already 2015?! I am still catching up on photos and images from last summer. Yes, LAST SUMMER! What is wrong with me. Anyway, better late than never right? So our tour of the Isle of Skye this past summer continues, and will be full of photos today!Read More
Consistently ranked one of the most beautiful villages in Southern France, Eguisheim is a small town in the Alsace region of France (Southeast France). It's closest to Colmar and Riquewihr, villages that also rank among the most beautiful. After crossing the border from Switzerland to France and driving a short distance to our destination,Read More
It's hard to explain the magic that is felt at a German Christmas Market. All your senses are awakened, and you get a sense of nostalgia, happiness, and merriment by just visiting one with friends. From the hints of cinnamon and spices, the smell of warm loaves of bread, hot mulled wine being passed around to keep patrons warm,Read More