Livingstone, on the edge of Victoria Falls, is a great place for a safari, but (unless you want to be charged by elephants) a bit lacking in good running routes. Continue reading “Running in Zambia” »
Stone Town in Zanzibar seems 1 part Havana, 1 part Marrakech, and 1 part Caribbean island, equalling one crazy place to go for a run. Continue reading “Running in Zanzibar” »
Rwanda is sometimes referred to as the land of one thousand hills(“Pays des Mille Collines” in french), and after pulling into Kigali I could see why. Continue reading “Running in Kigali” »
It’s a strange thing when I feel like sleeping in, and Victoria suggests waking up at 3:30am for two hikes and a swim in the Dead Sea, but that’s just what happened one day in Jerusalem.
Jerusalem is a city on hills, which makes it a beautiful, and challenging city in which to run. From buildings that are thousands of years old to brand new bikeways and pedestrian streets, it’s got a lot to offer anyone wishing to hit the pavement. Continue reading “Running in Jerusalem” »