Back to the Motherland

The flight path that Sarah and I will be taking to get to Tanzania
Toronto > New York > Zurich > Nairobi > Dar es Salaam. But the REAL pain in the butt is that I couldn't easily draw this on Google Maps. Seriously???

Well, someone’s motherland, anyway. I think my family’s about 5 or more generations removed from having set foot on the continent of Africa.

But it’s here! We’re finally on our way out to climb Kilimanjaro, traverse dusty trails to see sights of rare animals (yeah, thanks a lot, humanity…) and get some much-needed R&R.

Unlike previous vacations, for most of the trip the Internet won’t even be an option available to me — for 2-3 weeks, I’ll vanish from the ‘Net entirely.

If work hadn’t been so hectic the last little while, I might’ve scheduled some new content for y’all, but life often has its own designs for us far removed from our control.

So as I prepare for more than a day’s worth of travel, I’ll take a page from Damien’s book and detox from the media I’m always consuming.

Have a good time one and all — I’ll be back before you know it! (That’s the way vacations usually work, don’t they?)

–case p.

Author: Casey E. Palmer

Calling the Great White North his home, Casey‘s spent the last few decades in pursuit of creating killer content. From novels as a kid, comics as a teen, to blogs and photos once he could grow a beard, he’ll use whatever’s around him to create amazing stuff. When he’s not creating, he’s parenting, exploring and trying to make life as awesome as possible for everyone around him. Because a boring life’s not a life worth living!

3 thoughts on “Back to the Motherland”

  1. Like the title; reminds me of Black Eye Peas’ “Apl Song”.

    You know that the R&R starts AFTER Kilimanjaro, right? :-p

    I just twigged that there’ll be no Internet while on safari. Yikes! Maybe at some of the lodges..

    See ya Wednesday!

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