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A Travel Story We Probably Shouldn’t Tell Our Parents

Every once in awhile when you are travelling, you come into a situation that shouldn’t be shared with your parents back home, at least not until you are certain you have made it through the ordeal unscathed. For example, telling your folks that you have contracted malaria while you are currently dealing with the hallucinogenic [...]

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Balancing the Global Budget: Ghana

We haven’t done a budget update since Shawna and I left Morocco, so it is time to give a quick big picture summary, as well as a little more detail of where we spent the last six weeks of 2011 – Ghana! As you know by now, our goal is to see whether we can [...]

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Our Egypt Air Experience

“Is it safe?” “Yup.” “Can we get our visas at the airport?” “Yes.” “Okay. Let’s do it!” And just like that we had booked our next adventure, leaving Africa and heading to …JORDAN!!! It was a country we knew very little about, but we were both jumping at the chance to go. We have loved [...]

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Surf, Sand and Santa at Busua Beach

I think one of the biggest worries for travellers is how to celebrate the holidays on the road (yes, I’m talking to YOU Christmas and New Years) without feeling like they are missing the traditions and routine that take place back home. We are no different. Searching for a place where we would be for [...]

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Our Christmas Letter To You

Well, Skott and I are nearly ready for Christmas… We’ve trimmed the tree… Set the table for Christmas dinner… And invited all of our friends…. Okay, so I guess it’s going to be a little bit of a different holiday season this year! We’re trading snow for sand, minus 30 for plus, and snow shoes [...]

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The Perfect Day for a Last Day

To catch you up really quickly, our three weeks in Tamale went by really fast! As you saw from our first Tamale post, our volunteer task at Creating Change Now was to paint a school in a small village called Tua. We fell in love with the kids there and it was almost impossible not [...]

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