sarahwalker's Guestbook



23rd June 2014

It's good to have a rest day occasionally...
to catch up on some sleep and write a blog or two.
22nd May 2014

Keep on blogging
What a wonderful trip and we are thrilled to be traveling along with you. The rock chapel frescos are simply amazing and divine. I can see why you are running out of adjectives. You are on an amazing trip and we are ready to read more.
21st May 2014

Turkey is a wonderful country...
I'm still in touch with my Turkish colleague from my NATO days. He was from Trabizon. I'm looking forward to your blogs from Iran. I thought your itinerary took you across the Caspian Sea to avoid Iran, but am pleased this is no so. Are there any difficulties for Americans to get into Iran?
21st May 2014

Hi Bob!
There are no Americans on this trip so I'm not sure. We met some today at the Turkmen embassy and they're avoiding it but hoping if the sanctions continue to lift that they'll get there one day. I'm trying hard to keep up with the blog! All the writing is done, it's having the battery power to upload, edit and and download photos for it! We'll be in Iran probably Friday so we're all very excited!
9th May 2014
The town of Ilhara

Oh my wow!
Your Ilhara pic is really nice. It seems so sleepy and timeless. Glad you are seeing these places. The world is your playground!
10th April 2014

Bated breath
We await with bated breath your blog details. Have yet another 'trip of a lifetime.
10th April 2014

Awesome!
As you finished writing about your amazing African trip you start another epic adventure! I'm so jealous you can't even imagine! Please, try keep us updated this time! ;) :D
10th April 2014

Have an amazing trip! I\'m looking forward to all of your updates and adventures! Travel well xx
9th April 2014

Congratulations
It was great to read about your epic trip in Africa and I'm looking forward to more blogs on your new trip. Congrats on being in the Hall of Fame!
From Blog: Egypt
9th April 2014

Congratulations...
on completing the blogs of your Africa trip and being inducted into the TB Hall of Fame...intended to encourage your continued blogging of your impending Silk Road trip. I saw your Dragoman itinerary and it is fantastic. My son and I traveled the China and Uzbekistan portions exactly a year ago, so look forward to your impressions.
From Blog: Egypt
23rd March 2014

Pictures!
Not one picture of the beautiful author. But then again, if you consider the author is an extension of her camera, that makes sense. Great work and best of luck with future posts! Peace until we meet up again!
From Blog: Sudan
16th March 2014

Your trip is almost done...
thanks so much for finishing up the blogs...with a couple more to go. You won't regret having captures these memories...and for sharing such an adventurous trip with your fellow TBers. I noted that you have big plans ahead for another adventure...per the World According to Me...this time Asia and it looks like most of the Silk Road. I can't wait!
From Blog: Sudan
10th February 2014

Rock hewn churches
What a privilege you have visited Lalibela. Perched in the mountains with its powerful spiritual history preserved in its rock hewn churches. A place I am sure you will always remember.
From Blog: Lalibela
10th February 2014

Down time needed
These adventures can be tiring and you need to chill out from time to time. Listening to the rain is perfect. Thanks for the history it brings the area to life.
From Blog: Lalibela
5th February 2014
The Mattress Man

I love design of those sleeping mats :)
5th February 2014
Shashamane

Ethiopia=Jamaica
4th February 2014

I'm not sure I would have trusted...
the hyenas.
From Blog: Harar
3rd February 2014
The Mattress Man

A big load
Love this photo. Perfect.
3rd February 2014

Eithopia
The artwork sounds fantastic. You are getting to see the back streets. Love following along on this trip.
3rd February 2014
Shashamane

Shashamane
When Haile Selassie visited Jamaica, it rained for 40 days & 40 nights so the Rasafarians declared him a god. In appreciation he granted them land for an enclave in Ethiopia. One of Ethiopian history's great stories. Lucky are you to have been to this enclave...and the above photo your testament. Ethiopia's history is one of the jewel of Africa's highlights. Enjoy.
4th February 2014
Shashamane

Thanks David!
Any additional information is always welcomed. Usually I try to add some but I fear I'm rushing a bit to get this finished before I travel in seven weeks!
28th January 2014

Goat racing, what a scream
Raffle tickets, wine, desserts....it sounds like you had everything you needed. Loved hearing about your night in the tent outside the police station. The kindness of others.
26th January 2014

Welcome back...
We would have regretted missing this blog as it brought back wonderful memories of our safari in these parks in January 1984. Your Followers await the next installment with abated breath. The best place to end a long trip is home with family so enjoy until your next adventure!
25th January 2014

Certainly glad you are blogging again.
We are fans who have been waiting for more. Slip, slop, slap, love the elephants. There is nothing better than seeing animals in their natural habitat. We'd love to see the lions watching us. Sounds like a fantastic adventure. Please keep blogging.

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