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Prepping for Ghana

Who likes travelling?????
I DO, I DO!!!!
The day after work closes for Easter?
No, NOT I!!!!

I remember packing in my last week, piloting a few treasure boxes, accommodating guests and farewell wishers and trying to get some sleep for work the following morning. 143 more words

Vientiane Diversion

I began my journey before dawn. As I walked in the dark early morning sky to the entrance of campus, I was relieved to arrive at the gate and find my chariot awaiting. 1,341 more words

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Behind the Gates of San Miguel de Allende (part #1)

Some travelers are pilgrims (serious spiritualists), tourists (tour bus advocates), adventurers and thrill seekers (adrenaline rush junkies), or explorers (on-foot surveyors). My friends and I saw ourselves as simple, moderate explorers, not even treasure seekers. 1,311 more words


Milford Sound in usual weather conditions

When I booked the Milford Sound tour I knew already that the west coast of the south island is the rainiest region in New Zealand. I knew, and in spite of that, I booked the tour. 902 more words


Two Kinds of Kindness

The Kindness of Strangers

When my husband and I were planning our trip to Spain, part of what we discussed was the Spanish attitude towards breastfeeding, since our son was still in the nursing stage of babyhood. 530 more words


Copenhagen, Denmark: part II

On the second day, I had a few things on my mind: museum tour (either Carlsberg museum or National Museum), canal tour and the city hall and surroundings. 1,683 more words

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