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*To fully appreciate the pictures, click on them to see them full size* It’s 6 am and Edith is rattling our door. Scared out of a dead sleep, we are a bit alarmed and confused until we figure out that … Continue reading
After waiting a lifetime to travel to Easter Island, the day has finally arrived and I am bouncing off the walls with excitement. But first we have to get there. The journey begins with a US Airways flight from Charlotte … Continue reading
For years, Mike and I have been indiscriminately mangling languages all over the world. We are especially adept at making up Spanish words, referring to them as ‘distortiones de español’. Sometimes the words we “make up” turn out to be … Continue reading
I refuse to leave South America without adding one more country to my collection. Uruguay beckons. We have only two days left and plan to pack in as much as we can in spite of my stumbling encounter with a … Continue reading
I think I understand why so many of us in the United States ignore our neighbors in South America. The continent is not marketed as well as Europe and the perception exists that Europe has more or better antiquities. Simple … Continue reading
A week of overseas discoveries comes to an end as we head into the domestic half of the “S-canada-navia Tour.” More on where that name comes from and the moron who inspired it later. We touch down in Philadelphia around 3:30 on Tuesday … Continue reading
When I think of Norway, I think of fjords or the quaint town of Bergen so I don’t know what to expect in Oslo. From my research there are a surprising number of interesting possibilities. We’re looking forward to packing … Continue reading
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. My iPhone has become an incredibly useful tool. I use the map app as GPS for road trips. I can search the Urbanspoon or Trip Advisor apps for restaurants close to … Continue reading
Reasonably priced world travel is easy if you know how to do a little research, have a bit of patience and are flexible.
Cheap, cheap cheap! My newly acquired, experimental Twitter account has paid off like a Vegas slot machine. Cha-ching! We’re flying to Europe for almost chicken scratch.