Bluetiful Chefchaouen – A Photographer’s Delight

I will admit to being slightly disappointed when we rounded a hill that overlooks Chefchaouen.  I was expecting to see an entire city awash in blue, which this northern Moroccan town is renowned for.  What I saw was a mix of blue and lots of white clustered together down in a valley.  But by the time I left "Chaouen," as the locals call it, I

2018-10-10T16:12:12+00:00

Tanzania Safari: Dreaming of an African Safari

I’ve been just about everywhere, well not everywhere, but it is on my bucket list. Actually, it's not. I never set out to travel to all the countries and continents in the world, but am glad I that I have come this far. My last country count was 74 countries, but I have been to many of them multiple times. Before becoming a travel blogger,

2018-10-16T15:38:00+00:00

Morocco Desert Tours: Sand Boarding in the Sahara

An area that is 16 percent larger than the contiguous United States, the Sahara Desert is the largest hot desert on planet earth. The Arabic word “Sahara” literally translates to “the Great Desert” and it truly is as it stretches over 3.5 million square miles (9.2 million sq km) across northern Africa. The desert region is incorporated into the territories of 11 African nations, each

2018-10-10T14:52:27+00:00

Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain – Blue City, Morocco

Get off the beaten path... Have you ever heard of the Blue City Morocco? Some call it the "blue pearl of Morocco." Every time I think of it, I think of that Willie Nelson song called Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain. "In the twilight glow", for me, I see Chefchaouen -often referred to as simply Chaouen. The name refers to the shape of the mountain tops

2018-10-10T14:56:56+00:00

Tanzania Safari: Seduced by the Serengeti

Tanzania Safari: Seduced by the Serengeti When I sign on for the photo safari of the Serengeti in Tanzania with Popular Photographer's EMentor Series, I picture myself a bit like Meryl Streep in the movie “Out of Africa”, dressed in khaki-colored safari clothing surveying those sweeping plains with lions and leopards roaming in the tall tawny-colored grass. As it turns out, my impressions aren’t too far

2018-10-05T14:06:30+00:00

Little Boys Dream of Africa (and little girls too)

Follow your dreams, transform your life. -Paul Coelho #SafariSoulMates from Photographer Marilyn Jones Photo Essay: Kenya Wildlife - Maasai Mara Game Reserve Dreams from childhood are the most vivid, technicolor ones. The ones you can taste, smell and see so easily in your mind's eye. He was just a tiny thing, but he knew one thing: He could not wait for the latest issue

2017-12-13T16:18:53+00:00