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Blogging Lessons Learned

We all start blogs for different reasons.  I started this blog a little over three years ago as a means to personally document our travels and keep family and friends up to date on our journey.  1,194 more words

RVing

I Heart Monday's #17

Well back to school I go…but first a pic from our little day tripping roadie – took the photo and just as I got back into Calvin’s car the heavens opened up (for the rest of the trip lol)

M.J

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Wordpress

That was a long hiatus.

I am now living in U.S.A..For past year, I got married and life is good. I am living abroad for 3 years now and I like it this way. 145 more words

Adventure

Gentle Giant : The Touching Tale of a Dog’s Eternal Devotion

With eye upraised his master’s look to scan,
The joy, the solace, and the aid of man:
The rich man’s guardian and the poor man’s friend,

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Travelogues

Diveagar & Harihareshwar

Diveagar is another one of the many beaches in Maharashtra, located just 20km to the south of Murud, about 200km from Mumbai. Just like in Murud, the sand in Diveagar beach is very fine and tightly packed which tends to form beautiful curves and patterns with the waves. 221 more words

Photography

Birgunj: a city of price-tags

It seems as though Birgunj is capable of putting a price tag on everything, including on the future of its girls

APR 17 – Birgunj, at first glance, looks as though it was built for business. 984 more words

Observations

There's no place like Oz

You know how in The Wizard of Oz Dorothy starts off in her black and white farm life dreaming of faraway places? And then she’s swept away on an adventure and winds up in a land of the brightest, most beautiful colors, only to return home to her black and white life in the end? 512 more words