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December 7, 2014

Florida - Winter Wonderland?

Sorry, no snow here, no lumps of coal either. Instead you'll have to build a sandman, shed the coat, hat and scarf and use shells for the eyes, then falls asleep from warmth of the sun and gentle lapping of the water against the shore. Trust me, you won't miss the snow. Wish you were here?

October 28, 2014

Life Altering Adventure

...and so it begins, a railway journey through Africa

All the planning, all the stressing over which route to choose is over. Your life is about to change forever — You will not return home the same person who left.
Source:bbs.zhnews.net


Once you feel the unmistakeable tug of the train leaving the station your already heightened adrenaline will swell to a restless excitement. The anticipation of things to come will be nearly irrepressible. Soon you'll want to run from window to window, but savor each moment. Tame your euphoria.
The route ahead is not a straight one; not a get there quick route. It's a twisted turning route over and around impenetrable obstacles. Although getting from point A to B may be how it started, the views form the train would not be ignored and word spread of an irresistible journey.
At nearly every turn there are breathtaking views, along seemingly endless coastlines, past sweeping vistas, through mountain ranges, over deep gorges, or past the most magnificent waterfalls. You are on a journey that will imprint your life. At times you may feel like your in the middle of a new migration toward the Ark. The opportunities you'll have here will not present themselves again in any other land or on any other train. In the end you will know you have experienced extraordinary and nothing will ever be the same.

“To see ten thousand animals untamed and not branded with the symbols of human commerce is like scaling an unconquered mountain for the first time, or like finding a forest without roads or footpaths, or the blemish of an axe. You know then what you had always been told -- that the world once lived and grew without adding machines and newsprint and brick-walled streets and the tyranny of clocks.” ~ Beryl Markham