Tourists & Travelers

In Travel by David3 Comments

3 posts today, including November’s wallpaper -so keep reading… Ok, I’m back. Strung-out on jet-lag but conscious enough to have dug through some of my gigantic pile of emails and errands. I head to Nairobi in 3 weeks and am already wondering how to get it all done. I’m thrilled – I love these trips for World Vision – but …

Mitchell Kanashkevich Joins The Blogosphere

In Images, Influences, Travel by DavidLeave a Comment

I got an email today from a photographer I deeply respect – Mitchell Kanashkevich is an uber-talented photographer with vision in spades – and he’s joining the blog world. I’m excited to get a window into his images and thinking; his work is so good I know his blog will be a treat. You can find his work online HERE …

Coming Home; Thinking About the Last 7 Weeks.

In Travel by David14 Comments

Posting this at 8am, Frankfurt time, from FRA. So far our return home is going un-eventfully. We have 4 hours left before we board our final flight home. I can almost taste the sushi now… 4pm, Delhi. I’m lying in bed at the YWCA Blue Triangle Family Hostel. I napped fitfully and I’m unsure if my time – another 10 …

En Route – KTM to YVR via DEL and FRA

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Thursday 9am, Kathmandu time, we leave KTM and head home via Delhi (over 12 hours layover), then Frankfurt (5-7 hours layover, I think), then direct flight home to the west coast. First meal when I get home? Fresh sushi.Can’t wait. Anyways, I’m in transit until mid-day on the 24th. I’ll post sometime after that – no idea when. The good …

Ladakh and Kathmandu – AAR

In News & Stuff, Thoughts & Theory, Travel by David12 Comments

An AAR is an After Action Report. My friend Gary Chapman first reminded me of the concept while we were in Hawaii. Then Matt Brandon brought it up while in India. So I’m going with it. In the “Gear I Hauled Around The World And Never Used” Category. This time my tripod got very little use, but as is always …