We couldn’t carry water with us since we were in the Sahara (and on the road) for 18 days, so like everyone else in Chad (aside from those who live in N’Djamena, the capital city) we relied on wells for water. You know you’ve reached a well when suddenly there are animals. TONS of animals. Read more
I’d spent the past couple days gorilla trekking in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. This afternoon, I decided to go wandering around Kanungu instead.
I walked down through a valley, and across the Munyanga River towards the forest.
When the bell rang for children to return to class, this boy didn’t move a muscle. I fell in love with him immediately. Soweto, Johannesburg. Read more
I decided to go wandering all afternoon, down through a valley, across a river.
Soon I was both a bit lost, and had a group of 12-14 boys (guessing ages four to 15) walking along with me.
Eventually we stopped near a small waterfall and sat down, everyone crowding around my camera’s LCD to see what water looks like when a camera makes it “stop moving.” “Wow, wow, wow!” “Can I try?” “I want to try!” Read more