Over the past year, we’ve lived in some of the most beautiful places in the world. We’ve visited dozens of UNESCO World Heritage sites, climbed the world’s most iconic mountain range, lazed around on pristine beaches, witnessed unforgettable sunsets, and explored ancient temples. 2,913 more words
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And Gutenberg Lived Here: Sunday In The Park With Gorge. Of Office Workers, Paella, and Hefalump Gravy.
I’m not much of a meat-eater,
but Sunday here in the land of Gutenberg requires dire measures.
What, you don’t make a roast?
How does your poor husband handle that? 518 more words
One of the more interesting facts about living here in Gutenberg Land,
is the number of times you find out
that something you always considered 100% made in the good old US of A, 729 more words
January 18, 2017:
Up early again for a travel day, this itinerary had us hopscotching from Siem Reap to Bangkok to Chiang Mai. What we immediately noticed upon landing in Bangkok was how deep and public the mourning is for the former King of Thailand, King Rama IX, commonly known as King Bhumibol. 459 more words