Wading Through the Narrows
I have quite a few Latter-Day Saint friends at home, so had heard a lot about Zion National Park before even coming here! Among being told of the gorgeous landscapes and scenery that I’d be sure to encounter, I’d been recommended to do many different hikes (especially if I wanted to be ambitious), most notably Angels Landing and the Narrows. Continue reading
Entrance to Zion
Today we drove to Zion National Park, starting our day early with the hopes of having a lot of time to hike and enjoy the scenery. On the way, I figured I’d work on editing a few photos on my computer… and was greeted with a black screen. My computer wouldn’t start. With my heart in my mouth for about an hour, I worked on trying to repair my laptop, and prayed to God that I didn’t lose any of my photos.
My computer finally turned on, and I immediately spent the following hour saving all my pictures to a memory card. In the meantime, the rest of my family worked on planning out our day and figuring out what we were going to do. This was what was decided: Continue reading
Illuminated Interior of the Blue Mosque
I know I mentioned Forum-Nexus in the first Travel Tuesday post I made…and now I shall mention it again. While travelling around on my study abroad trip to many different cities, we completed our journey in one that I had 1) never been to, and 2) never thought I would ever visit: Istanbul.
Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey, though is not the capital (that would be Ankara). It is huge and beautiful, and is probably the most astonishing city I have ever visited; I really did not anticipate that it would be the way it was. This is what I took from Istanbul: Continue reading