Whirlwind Adventures from Israel to Uganda

Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

What a whirlwind adventure I’ve been on in the last two weeks. From swimming in the Dead Sea in Israel to trekking gorillas in Bwindi, Uganda, I feel like I’ve been part of The Amazing Race. I have so much to share, both good and bad, but I’m still sitting in the airport in Israel waiting to continue my long journey home so you’ll have to wait just a little bit longer to see what’s really happening on my end. The hurry up and wait attitude of airport life is taxing, but it’s worth every second when you get to experience such things as trekking chimpanzees and gorillas, touching the Western Wall in Jerusalem, floating in the Dead Sea, and watching elephants roam alongside the road. Have you always dreamed of seeing apes in their natural habitat? Have you ever wondered what it’s like to walk through Jerusalem? Stay tuned this week for it all. Here’s a quick teaser to bring the last two weeks of my life to you. 

Jerusalem Market

The Market in Jerusalem

Baby Chimp on Mom, Uganda

Kibale National Forest Chimpanzee Trekking

Sea of Galilee, Israel

Sea of Galilee

Queen Elizabeth National Park Elephant

An Elephant Roaming in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Full posts to come along with stories of mud slides, charging gorillas, unique markets, cultural gems, and hungry hippos.

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21 thoughts on “Whirlwind Adventures from Israel to Uganda

  1. Gorgeous photos as always. I once had the chance to float in the Dead Sea and didn’t do it. How foolish I was, but I was only a kid. Wish I could have a do-over on that one. I look forward to reading of these adventures.
    BB

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