Around the World in Review, Leg 03: Morocco, Tunisia, Central Europe, and Scandinavia
Leg 01 of our trip around the world would see us traveling from our home in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA, to Toronto, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Scotland, England, Wales, Lisbon, Azores, Madeira, and Canary Islands.
Cuba had long been a destination high on our list of places to visit. When we found a way to stop in Havana for a week, we just couldn't pass up the opportunity. And, yes, there are classic cars everywhere!
Although Angela and I had thoroughly enjoyed winding our way through the Argentinian side streets and markets, Buenos Aires still feels like a giant city. And we were in need of quiet sidewalk cafés and a decided absence of car …
We really didn't know what to expect from Tasmania. As it turns out, the island surprised us in the most wonderful ways.
A stream of consciousness post about a site that inspires such thoughts.
Cheap beer, inner peace, and a postcard to Wanda!
Macau was awesome! The photo on this postcard, not so much.
At Victoria Falls on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe there is a pool where you can swim right up to the edge of the precipice.
I floated on my back in the Zambezi River, fully aware that I shared the water with crocodiles. I just didn't realize how close they were.