3 Continents, 10 Days of Adventure

by spiceaholic on November 27, 2011

And we’re finally back from our whirlwind tour of Kenya and Turkey!

I have some serious jet-lag to overcome, mountains of laundry, and approximately eleventy-billion pics to upload and sort through.

Though I’m glad to be back home, I still can’t believe our vacation is over.  We saw so many incredible sights, tasted some unforgettable food, and made lots of memories.

I haven’t quite figured out how I want to organize my posts about our trip – I may end up breaking up the posts by day and include sights and bites in each.  There’s so much to share and this is also my way of making sure I remember all the details.

In any case, I hope to begin posting this week.  But in the meantime, here’s a few pics to whet your appetite!

baby giraffe

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Aiman Masud November 27, 2011 at 6:45 pm

Great pics, nice exotic vacation!

Theresa Romain November 28, 2011 at 12:04 pm

Welcome home! Can’t wait to see your 2497 other pics. 🙂 I’m curious, did the lion and giraffe meet up? This IS a food blog, after all.

spiceaholic November 30, 2011 at 7:02 am

Ha! No they didn’t, but we did see a pride of lions with their kill — don’t worry, there will be a pic!

Neeman Sobhan December 3, 2011 at 6:13 am

Have just been initiated into your blog and just read your recent post. Loved everything: the writing, the humour, the photos, the mouthwatering food! You made even the plane and airport-eatery food look so delectable. I agree with Mr. Spice about that Turkish cheese-filled pastry roll–the instant I saw the first picture I also shouted: paratha! Started to read your blog this morning and have promised myself never to do this on an empty stomach again! Can’t wait to read the rest. But now, breakfast calls! Am going to toast some crusty Italian Casareccio bread, drizzle it with extra-virgin olive oil, sprinkle it with some parmiggiano grattugiato (fresh grated parmesan cheese) and have it with a cup of hot blue-berry and hibiscus tea on this beautiful, sunny and mildly-chilled Roman winter morning. Ciao Bella!

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