Just south of Freetown in Sierra Leone, there’s the Western Area Park Area.Continue reading “Virtual African Loop: Western Area Park Area”
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”
Crossing over into California, still hugging the coastline. When I did this IRL I stayed the night in Crescent City.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: California Coast”
I’ve made my way back to the Oregon Coastal Highway on my virtual walk south.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Coastal”
I’m slowly making my way down the (virtual) Oregon coast on one of my virtual missions.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Oregon coast”
When I made this trip in real life (and by car), the crossing from Washington to Oregon was memorable.
And also, scenic:Continue reading “Solo mission NW: crossing the border”
An eternity ago, when travel was a thing and cruising was a thing and dining in at restaurants was a thing, S and I spent a couple of days in Little Havana, Miami where we ate delicious food and listened to fun music and just generally had a great time. Continue reading “A little taste of Cuba”
Another headache on waking.
This one comes with nausea.
Both will come in waves from before I wake up to after I go back to bed. Continue reading “Bleah”
Meals for this week will be themed and inspired by my visit to Greece…
Homemade tzatziki. Who would have imagined something made from cucumbers and plain yogurt (okay: and garlic and lemon and dill, so that’s where the magic happens) could be so delicious?
I’m also making… seasoned beef inspired by gyro and souvlaki flavors… and spanikopita. With Kalamata olives as a delicious garnish to it all.
Now all I need is a glass of wine and good found-friends, and I’ll (almost) be back in Greece again.