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Gondar: The Camelot of Ethiopia

Gondar: The Camelot of Ethiopia

Welcome to Gondar, the Camelot of Ethiopia.  This real life Camelot is from the Ethiopian dynasty that ruled the region in the 17th and 18th centuries.  While Ethiopians proclaim that Lalibela is the 2nd Jerusalem of the world, Gondar is the center of Orthodox Christianity.  The castle complex is extremely interesting and they had lion cages and […]

The Dead Sea Mud: Israel

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The mud bath at the Dead Sea in Israel was something I was not leaving without.  If you ask the entire Once In  Lifetime Crew I was the last person on the bus because I had to walk the entire coast and search for the mud so I could see what kind of magical properties it […]

The Inca Bridge near Mendoza, Argentina

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The Inca Bridge was not built by the Inca civilization, it is actually a natural land formation.  There was a luxury hotel built at the nearby hot springs (with the same name) that actually had thermal baths available in every room.  You can find the Inca Bridge near the border of Argentina & Chile and roughly […]

People of Ethiopia: Priest in Lalibela, Ethiopia

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Lalibela, Ethiopia is the self proclaimed 2nd Jerusalem of the world.  Lalibela is a very small town in the middle of the mountains in the northern part of Ethiopia.  All of the churches are built out of stone with some even being built inside of the stones in the area.  The town is so small […]

Gorgeous City of Merida, Venezuela

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Merida, Venezuela has remarkable resemblances with Medellin, Colombia.  The city that is known as my home town is one of the  most picturesque and touristy cities in the entire country of Venezuela.  The city is much smaller (roughly 500,000 people) and a 727’s can barely fly into the airport since the runway is so small. […]

Lemur Hiding in the Trees: Madagascar

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This white Lemur we found playing with his friends when we stopped our canoe trip to swim in a local pool.  We were in the southwest region of Madagascar on our way to the Tsingy Stone Forest.  The lemurs are really fun to watch since they are both intrigued and afraid of people at the same […]

Island at Tayrona National Park: Colombia

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Tayrona National Park is something else to behold, it’s the Colombian Caribbean (outside the island of San Andres) and its exclusivity makes it both charming and a pain in the but to get to.  Once you walk a few hours and arrive at many of the locations along the coast, the heat exhaustion will certainly […]

Beach Picture Frame: Anakao, Madagascar

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Anakao, Madagascar is one very unique place.  The picture above was taken from the 3rd story of a building owned by the scuba diving company in the region.  I was able to get my advanced scuba diving certificate since Anakao has a very extensive coral reef in the region (Anakao is one the best places […]

The Baobab Tattoo Tree: Madagascar

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There is an entire array of different types of Baobab trees to see in Madagascar.  This specific one that you see above is called the tattoo baobab tree.  The nearby salt water permanently stains the trees which leads to the unique coloration that you see above.  There are trees that have all kinds of different […]

Sunset Over the City of Hargeisa, Somaliland

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There is a lot of hidden beauty in Somaliland and seeing this sunset was one of those things that you can’t forget.  I saw this sunset on the last day that I was in Somaliland, just after I purchased my Somali tea, once we reached the top level of a local hotel near the market. […]