The most recent thing that’s happened is that I typed the title you see above, in a hostel, at a … More
I see new similarities and differences in the women around me when I stop wearing a bra while bike travelling … More
How my thoughts developed when I got a little more curious about the names in South Africa, as I put … More
Getting back in the bush in Mozambique and Swaziland, and getting kind of used to it (1,400 words).
The meaning behind our mornings (1,200 words).
We caught a ride with a truck on our first day cycling south from Zambia into northern Zimbabwe. The why … More
Me: “Meh, Maputo” Maputo: “Whatever.” Me: “Never want to leave!” Maputo: “Whatever.” (1,100 words).
I explain why and how I’m updating my expectations of cycling in—and around—parks and reserves throughout East Africa (2,400 words).
What happened when we cycled at snail’s pace and said yes to everything one winter day in central Kyrgyzstan (2,300 … More
When “Uganda” and “food” are put together in a sentence, it’s usually to talk about green bananas or rolex. I … More