Africa has such unbelievable natural beauty. Definitely the most adventurous stop of the trip.
Unending sand dunes.
A shot of the group on our hike.
Meet Jimi Hendrix the camel.
It’s true. Camels are a bit messy.
Hanging with the locals, dancing to the drums.
Some of my favorite French photos from my summer abroad!
Bordeaux Cathedral. All of the churches were so breathtaking.
Talk about an organ. Stunning.
Grumpy Frenchman during the Tour de France parade.
Love locks on the Pont de l’Archeveche bridge in Paris.
The citizens of Sri Lanka are the kindest and most generous people I’ve ever met. I left a piece of my heart behind with these beautiful souls.
Some of the amazing kids I taught in Sri Lanka.
Talk about a perfectly-timed shot. Clearly I didn’t take this photo because I’m the one of the elephant, but it was too perfect not to post.
Visited an elephant orphanage in Pinwalla. It was so heartwarming to see these elephants being taken care of in their natural environment.
There’s nothing more refreshing than a king coconut to beat the heat.
King coconut pit stop.
Everything from the delicious food, to the local generosity, to the charming street cars captured my heart. Lisbon is still my favorite European city, so far.
Made some American friends in the crowd while watching the Portugal v. US World Cup game.
The castle views were my favorite.
Yellow cable cars crowd the steep streets.
Italy is filled with house stacked on top of each other. The colorful dwellings made for some pretty scenic shots.
Sleepy seaside town of Vernazza.
Boats line the canal in Burano.
The sun sets over Sorrento.
What’s the main way to get from here to there in Italy? Boats! Here’s a random assortment from my journey.
This year Endview Plantation commemorated the 150th anniversary of the Second Battle of Williamsburg. I picked up three ticks and a nasty sunburn, but these photos were worth it. Click to view the accompanying article published on AltDaily.