Busch Gardens

On Saturday I went to Busch Gardens. My favorite ride was Finnegan’s Flyer because of it’s calming stableness. For everything else you have to wait for forever to ride in the front but on Finnegan’s Flyer, everyone is in the front. Besides all the screaming, it is a very calming ride. I would deferentially recommend…… Continue reading Busch Gardens


This week, we made our way to Yorktown where the famous battle took place. In September of 1781, General George Washington and General Jean-Baptiste de Rochambeau led the Continental and French armies to converge on Yorktown, Virginia. There they found General Charles Cornwallis and his British army occupying a fortified position. The allied armies began…… Continue reading Yorktown


This week we went to Jamestown. Jamestown was founded in 1607 by a group of about 100 settlers who were seeking wealth and land. Life was difficult in the early days as the settlers struggled with disease, famine, and conflicts with the local Powhatan tribe. In 1676, Jamestown was burned down during Bacon’s Rebellion, a…… Continue reading Jamestown


Colonial Williamsburg is awesome: it has shops, taverns, stocks, a market, and most importantly, history. My sister playing the hoop and stick game. While we were waiting for our passes, we played the hoop and stick game. The hoop and stick game is a super fun game from the 1800s that children would play in…… Continue reading Williamsburg

Climbing Kilimanjaro

Preparing for Climbing Kilimanjaro while in Arusha, Tanzania On Friday, September 2nd, I departed from Amboseli National Park, Kenya, for a 3-hour drive to the Tanzanian border and the Namanga border crossing. At the border, we were greeted by a dozen highly aggressive ladies selling whatever they could carry. as we walked to the customs…… Continue reading Climbing Kilimanjaro

Visiting Amboseli National Park, Kenya

Flying from Nairobi to Amboseli on August 30th The Plane Ride Today (August 30th) I flew in a 12-seater airplane from Nairobi Wilson Airport to Amboseli National Park. The airplane ride was only 35 minutes long and was quite bumpy. There was even one part when the plane dropped a little bit that felt like…… Continue reading Visiting Amboseli National Park, Kenya

The Masai Mara

Arriving in the Mara On the night of Tuesday, the 23rd of august, I arrived in Masai Mara, Kenya. Masai Mara is a national park full of animals and is also home to the great wildebeest and zebra migrations. It is a vast national park with some genuinely incredible animals. Before we dive in, I…… Continue reading The Masai Mara

Thulani and Kruger, South Africa

Arriving in Thulani On Sunday night, after a 6-hour drive, I arrived at a lodge near Bushbuckridge, South Africa, named Thulani. There we met Charline, our cook, Kelvin, our driver for game drives, and Mbuso, our assistant chef. We ate a delicious dinner of pasta and headed to bed. We woke up the following morning…… Continue reading Thulani and Kruger, South Africa