India in Photos

A Journey through India in Photos

Julie India 10 Comments

India is a country of stark contrasts. This is a country of magnificent beauty, ancient temples, towering mountains, steamy jungles, and hot, dry deserts. It’s also a country that is overpopulated and in some areas impoverished. Travel to India and you will love it and hate it, rejoice in its beauty and become disheartened with its squalor, fall in love with …

What Asia Taught Us

What Traveling Through Asia Has Taught Us

Julie Bhutan, Cambodia, India, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand, Vietnam 10 Comments

We have now been traveling through Asia for over five months and still have several more to go. It has been quite the learning experience for our family…new foods, new cultures, lots of history to learn about. Most of it has been a wonderful experience although we have had a few difficulties along the way, just to keep things interesting. …

India Camel Safari

Going on Camel Safari In Jaisalmer, India

Julie India 10 Comments

Jaisalmer, India, a small city located in the desert just 130 kilometers from India’s border with Pakistan, was our home for five days.  When planning this trip and learning that we could go on a camel safari in the desert, sleeping under the stars at night, we all got very excited.  What a cool thing to do! We had plenty …

Kathmandu Nepal

This is Kathmandu, Nepal…a Photojourney

Julie Nepal 11 Comments

Kathmandu, Nepal…how best to describe this crazy city?   Chaotic, dirty, loud…but Kathmandu is also exotic, beautiful, and captivating.  The streets are dusty and dirty. Even though you want to look up at the thousands of signs over your head and in the windows of the shops, you must always be looking down to avoid stepping in potholes, on burning …

Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest Base Camp Trek in 12 Days

Julie Nepal 74 Comments

Trekking to Everest Base Camp in Nepal was one of the highlights of our trip around the world.  In fact, this trek was so important to us that we planned the entire year around this two week adventure. Trekking to base camp was more challenging than we anticipated, both physically and mentally, but was absolutely worth it. While traveling through …