Monthly Archives: May 2018

I was really looking forward to getting to Southern Africa.  I’m now into my second year of traveling the continent and so far I haven’t been any further south than Lusaka, Zambia. Both these small countries are somewhat out of the way but fortunately they’re situated only a few hours drive from each other.  I plan to spent some time in both countries prior to spending about three weeks exploring South Africa,… Read More

Tunisia is a small diverse North African country tucked between Libya and Algeria, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north and in the south the semi-arid interior merges into the Sahara. In the north of the country not far from the eastern end of the Atlas Mountains lies the African mainland’s second nearest points to Europe after Gibraltar. The arid central hinterland is among the world’s premier areas of olive cultivation and Tunisia’s… Read More