After a rough few weeks we needed to focus on getting our act together and having some fun. As we edited photos and videos we found ourselves smiling and laughing at some of our memories. Here are a few of our silliest moments from our trip.
Matt taught Willy about the ways of the GoPro camera on Lake Kivu in Kibuye, Rwanda.
Nose picker! It’s the 5 year old in each of us that finds this funny.
I am not a bird fan, but I sure thought I was brave & cool trying to befriend these birds. Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
We thought we were so clever taking this mirror kissing selfie in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania. It took about 6 tries before I realized Matt was using the photo as an excuse to keep kissing me on the cheek.
No really, the black circle in the middle of the photo is a gorilla. Good thing we took lots of our own photos and video of this once in a lifetime experience. Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda.
One of our Spice Tour guides in Zanzibar preparing for the new Star Wars release.
Matt wishing he had as much hair as the Gelada monkeys in Simien Mountains, Ethiopia. Their hair was long and crimped, reminded us of 80’s hair band rockers.
Heather taking a peek at the famous Man At Work sculpture in Bratislava, Slovakia. Nope, we weren’t able to see his bum.
Matt makes a perfect Pinocchio in Florence, Italy. The ears are the best part.
Heather used her hair to show the boys at EDD what it would be like to have long hair. Kigali, Rwanda.
We thought leg selfies could be just as instagrammy and fun as face selfies. Kylemore Abbey, Galway, Ireland.
Possibly the largest penis in the world in Reykjavik, Iceland. Almost as tall as Heather. No need to say more.
The timing of this shot cracks us up. Nhkata Bay, Malawi.
Matt looks so mischevious in this photo, and I can’t remember why I was laughing. But it makes us laugh now. Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
The conehead distortion and the tie. Zanzibar, Tanzania,
Matt thought he was so funny telling me, “One more second” as the wind blew my dress, and he snapped photos of my swimsuit bottoms. The Rock, Zanzibar, Tanzania.
The desperation of a good fist bump. Even Hobee was not amused. Detroit, Michigan, USA.
Heather’s love for the grilled potatoes at Nyirangarana Market in Rwanda. Freakishly obsessed.
This guy was following so close. When the lead elephant stopped the little guy ran into him face first. Reminded us the elephant marching scene in The Jungle Book. David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Nairobi, Kenya.
Heather tries a local Ethiopian mixture of Tej and Araqe liquor. Her reaction says it all – excuse the language. Danakil Depression, Ethiopia.