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Lesson Learned: Appreciated or Taken for Granted

Today when we were walking around we started naming things we missed from the U.S. One thing that popped up was unlimited data and free/strong wifi. 74 more words


A taste of Paisa passion at the football

I’d seen Colombian passion for the beautiful game on TV during the world cup in Brazil and couldn’t miss seeing it with my own eyes on my recent trip to Medellin.  831 more words

Fresh Chickens...Too Fresh!

Today we stopped by a chicken place for lunch. It served greens, chicken, and Ugali. We heard some clucking behind the fence. Dad said, “Well, at least it’s fresh,”. 86 more words


Exploring the underground Cu Chi Tunnels

The Cu Chi Tunnels are an underground network that the Vietnamese used to stay out of sight and safe during the Vietnam-American war. The tunnels are located about 35 miles outside of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). 518 more words


July 4, 2015

Large peacots, fur jackets and coats, hoods and baggy dresses, these are the best looks and trends of Fall RTW 2015.


Days 147-151: San Pedro La Laguna, Guatemala

Pier at San Marcos

Exploring the “streets” of San Marcos

Sunrise over Atitlan from Indian Nose

Fisherman at work

Monday morning we visited (for the fourth or fifth time) Cafe Armonia for their delicious local organic coffee, and grabbed Chinese food for dinner.   964 more words


Burkas and Bikinis 

This auspicious day marks one month since I started this crazy adventure. On the surface, part of me feels month número uno has passed in the blink of an eye… but the other part of me, the part that has tried so hard to absorb every moment, to clutch desperately at each experience, feels like I’ve lived a lifetime already in one short month. 864 more words