Where In The World, January 2010

In Travel, Where In the World by David8 Comments

Tomorrow (Jan 06th) I fly from Vancouver to Heathrow, overnight in Heathrow and fly to Nairobi the next morning. On the 10th Ryan Snider and I welcome our guests to Nairobi and spend the next 10 days with them in the Maasai Mara. Can’t wait. I’ll be back to Vancouver on the 20th, with enough time to do laundry, repack, and grab a flight to Senegal for 2 weeks of assignment work for World Vision Canada. Excited to get the wind in my sails again!

Don’t miss the coming post about Tibet – should be posting it within the next 12 hours. There will be room for 8-9 folks to join me and the team in Tibet in July and I’d love to have you with us.

Blog posts will be thin while I’m gone. I’m hoping to get a guest post up in the day or two, other than that, if I can squeeze a postcard through the narrow bandwidth in Nairobi either before or after the safari I will. See you when I get back!

Comments

  1. Have fun David. This should help break your current creative funk. All of us folks back here shackled to our desks will be thinking of you.

  2. I will miss your blog. Just started following when I was given ‘Within the Frame for Christmas’. The book has filled me with inspiration. I read and absorb several pages each day. I just finished your page on Panning and I figure since I can’t get to India I will go down to our Chinatown in Vancouver and try my luck. Photography is a fairly recent hobby for me and I am loving it. Have a safe trip and I will look forward to following whatever you have to share.

  3. Have a safe trip 🙂 – Looking forward to the photos you are bringing back 🙂

    How cool to be able to work with World Vision 🙂

  4. Just a warning – but I hope you’re not delayed at Heathrow with all the snow we’ve been having. The south of the UK has been badly hit with almost unprecedented snowfall and lots of airports have been closed completely.

    Otherwise have a great trip and I’ll look forward to the photos!

  5. Travel safe, have fun, and we all look forward to hearing & seeing your story upon your return!

  6. Have fun. I spent last new year in The Mara where I proposed to my now wife. The trip was wondeful and there were plenty of photo opportunities with the local wildlife.

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