Before embarking on my first trip to Uganda, I am ensuring that I am properly prepared. This includes checking visa requirements with the Ugandan embassy, researching local customs and cultures, investing in comprehensive travel insurance, and planning for ways to stay connected while abroad. By planning ahead and ensuring all of my bases are covered, I’m looking forward to a safe and enjoyable journey into this new country!
I am traveling from Oklahoma to the Kyangwali Refugee Settlement in Uganda to work with Agri Planet on its mission through one project to help find sustainable solutions for refugees living there.
Our first time in Hawaii – Story and Itinerary I had been looking at plane tickets for Lena and me to visit Hawaii for seven years, but tickets were always too expensive. This was the year, though! As I did every so often, I looked at tickets on OneTravel.com, round-trip, and a hotel room for me,…
I have recently returned from a one-week trip to Europe with my husband. We stayed for four days in Nuremberg, Germany and for three days in Prague, Czech Republic. In total, we spent 400 euro during all these days on food, museums, and souvenirs.
This past weekend I went on a float trip down the Illinois River with my USA Stars Jiu-jitsu family and some friends.
This weekend my daughter and I took our first trip up to Tahlequah, OK to float on the Illinois River like so many Oklahomans before us – and it was a lot fun!
My friend, Wendy, and I went to District House Coffee’s Dirty Little Latte Art Throwdown – a competition of latte art, TO THE DEATH! Okay, maybe not that last part, but it was a lot of fun.
I have been to the Wichita Wildlife Refuge many times, but never made it up to Mt. Scott. Until today!
My sister, daughter and I drove to St. Louis, Missouri from Oklahoma to visit the awesome, Washington State University in St. Louis (WUSTL). That school is so sweet.
I left 2016 with some anxiety, just lingering worries; little thing after little thing building up into a giant emotional rainstorm. However, the New Year is a nice starting point to begin fresh again; even if it is technically just another day.