in pursuit of a life less restless

Breakfast Company

“Hey. Bodhi’s awake.” “What time is it?” “5:45” “Let’s go for a drive.” It was our third morning staying in Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa’s third largest national park,

Stairway to Heavens

And as we wind on down the road Our shadows taller than our soul There walks a lady we all know Who shines white light and wants to show How

A Jog in the Township with Locals

“So, what really defines a township?” I asked. Ayanda answered first. “Technically, townships are everything outside of the CBD (Central Business District) of a city. In South Africa, though, townships

i dreamed, i woke in africa

hey everyone, bodhi again. you’re not going to believe the story i’m about to tell. i was taking a nap in the car. we were driving up a mountain road

In Transit

“It seems that the more places I see and experience, the bigger I realize the world to be. The more I become aware of, the more I realize how relatively

A Tale of Two Shabbats

“Excuse me. I see you walking here every day. Who are you?” This is a typical Israeli greeting. Direct, to the point, borderline rude. “Oh, welcome! Tomorrow night I am

Bodhi Turns One

Bodhi turned one (!) on 13 August and we threw him a party on the beach of our kibbutz. In order to maximize reach for the birthday party invitation, we

breakfast!! and the dead sea

hi everybody it’s bodhi and i’m going to tell you about my visit to the dead sea with mummy and daddy. for me definitely the best part of visiting the


All that you touch And all that you see All that you taste All you feel And all that you love And all that you hate All you distrust All

Our Nor-Way

She was built in 1957 and served as a shrimp trawler until 2001. In 2018, Eirik purchased the Sølvskjær and began restoring her. This is where we spent our last