Archive for November, 2008
This is just a quick update to let all of you know that I made it home safely last night. I almost missed my connecting flight in Hong Kong due to flight delays, but we landed just in time for me to run through security and board the next plane to LA. I caught a [...]
A couple photos from the first leg of my journey: Yay! I love flying. Though it’s not quite as fun by myself. I was surprised to find out that Cathay Pacific still gives out bags of goodies (toothbrush & toothpaste, socks, mint, and towelette) like all airlines used to do. The personal TV screen was [...]
Internet access is super limited and slow, but just a quick update to say that I’m doing great, and enjoying the people, food, and chai of India. The photography has been going really well, as well as the interaction with the locals and other team members. I’d love to post some photos, but I’m not [...]
Well, after a 15 hour flight I’m now in the airport in Hong Kong. Too bad it’s the new airport. Landing at the old Kai Tak International airport would have been exciting. It was smack in the middle of skyscrapers and as a result was considered one of the most dangerous airports in the world for [...]
So my exciting trip so far has consisted of a sad goodbye to Katie (doesn’t matter how much I love traveling-I miss her already), and a long wait in an incredibly slow checkin line. Not sure what the deal is but this is probably the slowest checkin line I’ve ever experienced. Fortunately I’m getting free [...]
I’m leaving in a few minutes for LAX, with excitement and anticipation about this photo journalism trip to India. I pray that I will see things through God’s eyes as I try to capture His heart for this part of the world. I also pray for my beautiful wife as we are apart. It’s time [...]
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