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Ethiopia

Ethiopia

Ethiopia Crossing the river to get to Blue Nile Falls I lucked up on this great photo op Ethiopia was not on my radar. However, in one of the rare moments where I travel with friends, I let my friend Sallie (I call her Sallie Sue) pick the location of our next journey. Sallie is a good friend and a long time travel buddy. We travel well together. You won’t see her in many of the pictures because she hates…

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Mexico: Second Time Around – Day of the Dead

Mexico: Second Time Around – Day of the Dead

Needing a place to rest was foremost in my mind when I chose to return to Mexico. Also at the top of the list was affordability. Mexico remains a place where I can eat three meals a day, have a cup of coffee, buy a newspaper and spend less than fifteen dollars; most days around six dollars.

Thailand Part I

Thailand Part I

THAILAND About sixteen years ago I traveled through southern Thailand. I was working in Japan and on spring break.  I was there during Songkran, the Thai New Year. Eventually I moved on to Phuket and Pi Pi Islands. Thailand was phenomenal.

Cambodia

Cambodia

Living Outside the Boundaries Cambodia Arriving at the Airport What is hotter than 12 times hell? Cambodia. Oh My Goodness!!!!!!! It was so hot it just didn’t make sense. It was 104 F on the day of my arrival and it hovered around that the entire time in country. When I stepped out of the airport I was hit in the face by heat. It felt like an actual fist of heat had given me a full body assault. But…

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Vietnam – Part II

Vietnam – Part II

Living Outside the Boundaries – Vietnam Part II Hoi An Hoi An, Vietnam stole my heart. My intention was to stay three days and end the Vietnam portion of the trip back in Saigon. The minute I layed eyes on Hoi An I knew I would be there longer. Tired of the heat and all the tourists, I knew this would be the perfect place to take a vacation from my vacation. I added nine more days for a total of…

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