The South Africa Diversity EcoTour begins
As of this post I’ve landed in Johannesburg, baring any unforeseen circumstances, and am on my way to a new adventure. South Africa time is nine hours different than my home Mountain time in Arizona. Being a numbers thing I struggle with: is it today or tomorrow in another part of the world? Guess it really doesn’t make all that much difference in this fast cyber world. You’ll have to figure it out whatever time zone you’re in.
I hope to share with you some (almost) real time posts during this three month tour. Unless I’m just having too much fun to get online. And how likely is that for an internet junkie like me. Fortunately, South African 4G coverage is better than the US. Yet I sure hope to be in places off grid. Plus I’ll be posting on Facebook when able. Of course I may not be reading and commenting on many blogs as much but please know I’ll try.
Please help me out
Any of you who’ve followed me very long know my dream beginning 42 years ago, “travel, write and get paid for it” Please share posts and photos to help me spread the word. I’ll be using the #SAdvrstyEcoTour on posts. I’d really like to strive high for page views on this trip because I’m already working on a bigger idea for next year.
Everybody in the USA thinks Texas is BIG. Well, unless you live in Alaska.
Yes, it’s the third visit to South Africa. Why am I going back? It’s big, and beautiful, and I’ve barely seen it. There are lots of parks and nature reserves to visit. Joan and I will be documenting the biodiversity found along our journey. Hope you’ll be following along.
By C Emily-Dibb
How long have you lived where you are and have you seen it all, even within a couple hundred mile radius?
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