The VAL and TLR pull together now, in Sudan. Specifically, they meet in Khartoum. They’ll run together through Cairo and continue in sync until Taba Egypt.*Continue reading “Two Roads Converge”
I’m so used to there not being a street view available that I almost forget to look. But arriving in Nairobi makes me wonder if there might be views available at least there in the city.Continue reading “VAL: Nairobi”
I currently have two routes mapped in MyVirtualMission. Primarily I’m working what I’ve called the Virtual African Loop (or VAL). Secondarily I’m also tracking my progress on (unintuitively shorter) The Longest Route (or TLR).Continue reading “VAL & TLR: Two Roads”
I haven’t said much about the Virtual African Loop in a while. Even my mom noticed: no invitations to try new foods??Continue reading “Still at it”
When I started this solo challenge, originally it was to end with the loop of Crater Lake.
Later, I decided to trek back north afterwards, to end in the Columbia River Gorge, more closely mirroring my IRL journey of a few years ago.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Crater Lake”
Rest assured, I don’t mean that I am looking at this project negatively. It may be insane, but so has been life in the times of pandemic.Continue reading “Solo Mission Impossible: a negative view”
It’s only been a few months since my last travel adventure. And, me being me, I have something else in queue.
But the fact that it is in queue, all set barring Covid-19-related travel restrictions, means it isn’t satisfying my wanderlust, and won’t until it’s time to go. Continue reading “Wanderlust”
My first trip to Asia came via a cruise over the Christmas holidays, courtesy of Princess Cruise Line.
Getting there would take 30+ hours, however, with connections through New York and
South Korea Dubai, Continue reading “First post of the year, for first visit to Asia”
Wishing you all a very happy new year. Also, I’ll be posting how some of those new places on the right side of the map got there.