Me in front of Kilimanjaro covered in clouds

Adventure Travel, Inside My Head, Tanzania

Sometimes I Fail – Kilimanjaro

19 Comments 08 October 2012

I’ve been talking and writing a lot about career breaks lately, which has coincidently got me thinking about my original career break I took in 2006. When I left my job and flew to Africa to climb Kilimanjaro I had high hopes of summiting and starting off my year of travels on a succeessful note. […]

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Photo of the Week, Tanzania

Photo of the Week – Zanzibar

1 Comment 19 February 2010

African Sushi – Zanzibar I love markets, they never disappoint.  This man in the Stonetown Market looked like had been carving up fish for hours.  A few minutes earlier I saw a man drag in a huge  hammer-head shark – amazing.  Read the entire Zanzibar market story on my post from 2006. View all of […]

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Beyond the Mountain – Zanzibar

1 Comment 15 October 2006

View snapshots from Zanzibar View Tanzania Photography Tanzania was similar to Kenya in many ways – people were still walking everywhere, agriculture was the main ‘industry’, tribal life was the norm and the heavy meat diet was the staple. However, Tanzania had some additional issues around electricity. When we arrived in Tanzania, we were told […]

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A Sister’s Perspective – Kilimanjaro

No Comments 09 October 2006

This is a note that my sister sent out to her family and friends regarding the climb! She has a great perspective on the whole thing – so I thought I would add this to the blog so that you could all get the perspective from someone who actually made it to the top of […]

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Sherry traveling the world

I'm Sherry, a corporate cube dweller turned nomadic traveler. I travel to off-the-beaten-path destinations to bring you unique travel experiences and photography. But it's not just about travel, it's also about life experiences of a middle age wanderer.
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