We are setting off for Tanzania next week!!! This will be my first safari and I’m not sure what to expect. I’m reading up a bit on Tanzania and it’s wildlife. The first book I read was My Serengeti Years: The Memoirs of an African Game Warden by Turner Myles. It was an interesting read because it presented stories of a world that is clearly gone. Myles wrote how much the Serengeti and the world had changed in his lifetime; I can’t imagine how much different it is today [can’t wait!!!].
I’ll be joining my husband there. Hopefully, we’ve packed appropriately. 🙂
After my kickboxing session with John Salgado on Thursday, I went back to Wu Lim Qi Gong Master, 179 Grand St (between Baxter St & Centre Market Pl) in Chinatown. Jack worked primarily on my lower back. Wow!!! I know that I’ve been touting self massage with The Stiff Stick Stick Massager and the The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook: Your Self-Treatment Guide for Pain Relief but nothing compares to getting a great Qi Gong massage. There is absolutely no way that I would press that hard or that long on any of the knots and pressure points. So while I grimaced the entire hour, it was so well worth it. I’m hoping to get a couple of more massages after I return from our upcoming trip to Tanzania. 🙂