December 31, 2014
The end of another year is here, so that means that it’s time for my annual “Year of Travel” post. Below you can find out where I was fortunate enough to travel to in 2014. You can also see where I traveled in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013.
This was a very busy year for me. I’m hoping that I’ll have a little more time for blogging in 2015. The Geology Word of the Week is returning soon!
I spent January to March residing at my home base of Cape Town, South Africa:
In late March my husband and I went on a week-long holiday to the beautiful, tropical, volcanic island of Mauritius:
In June and July my husband and I went to the US for three weeks. We visited family and friends in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maryland, and Washington, DC:
From July to October I spent much of my time working up in Namibia:
In between my Namibia trips I had some time off, which I spent in the greater Cape Town area:
In late November I went to visit my parents in New Hampshire again since I had quite a bit of leave from my time spent working in Namibia. I enjoyed seeing some snow and ice while I was there:
On my way back to Cape Town from New Hampshire, I had a one day layover in London. I explored a few of the city sights:
Currently, I’m back in Cape Town awaiting my next trip. Cape Town is not a bad place for a home base:
I also travelled to Johannesburg a few times for work, but I’m afraid that I didn’t take any pictures. I mostly spent my time in offices and conference rooms, anyway!
I’m looking forward to another wonderful year of travel in 2015. Happy New Year, everyone!