Limbo Rock

Today I woke and found this in front of the gate to my villa in Gouna, Egypt. It was a rather loud American machine, but I reckon they have to constantly pack the red clay sand that makes up many of the roads in this resort, as only the main roads are paved, and even … Continue reading Limbo Rock

The paddler on the Loxahatchee inlet

I came to the place you see in these pictures this drizzly morning at 7am and found a group of mostly old men sitting on plastic chairs in a circle on the grass by the water. I sat in an empty chair in their circle and waited for someone to speak. No one said anything … Continue reading The paddler on the Loxahatchee inlet