dar es salaam, tanzania

  I can’t believe it’s been just over 3 years since our trip to Africa. In a lot of ways it still feels very recent, yet a lot’s happened since then. I realized recently that there are photos sitting unshared from Tanzania which is a waste. So here we are 🙂 Dar es Salaam often …

serengeti national park

  Serengeti has to be one of the most famous (if not the the most famous) wildlife preserves in the world. And with good reason — what you can see within just a couple of days is hard to believe and be matched. From the wildebeest migration with its staggering 1.5 million animals to the …

red and green tanzania

  It’s hard to believe a year has gone by since my trip to Tanzania & Kenya. I started going through some photos recently and realized how much more I wanted to share, but never got around to. So I’ll try to post a few more stories in the weeks ahead. One thing that came …

around zanzibar, from east to north

  After a long and eventful first day around Stone Town and Zanzibar we decided to head on to the north side of the island, with a few stopovers of course.   Luckily we had rented a great little 4×4 to help us get to some of those harder to reach locations.   Palm trees …

around zanzibar, south and east

  So after spending a few hours in Stone Town we decided it’s best we stick to the plan and rent a car to drive around Zanzibar. After some deliberation and guidance from the invaluable Lonely Planet, we headed towards the south / east parts of the island.   A cool sign at a wildlife …

zanzibar, stone town

  One of the highlights of my trip was definitely the island of Zanzibar. There will be more posts on its incredible beaches and scenery in the coming weeks (takes me quite a bit of time to properly display the photos and tell the story, apologies), but part of its charm is the popular Stone …

africa re-experienced

  Independently from my trip Tanzania & Kenya earlier this year, my brother went down to South Africa with our parents and his girlfriend and consequently made this great video… he’s getting really good at this 🙂     More photos from my travels to Africa coming soon, I’ve been a little busy lately.   …

a day in tarangire national park

  Tarangire is not the biggest of national parks, but it’s one of the most visited destinations in Tanzania due to its rich diversity of wildlife in a relatively small area. In just a single day you can see pretty much anything from insects and birds all the way up to elephants, giraffes, and lions …

run boy run

  My awesome Adidas sneakers have faithfully carried me through rain and shine, sleet and snow over 6 continents and more than 20 countries in the past 5 years! As much I didn’t want to admit it, it was time to throw them out but it really didn’t feel right to just leave them somewhere …