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Travel Blogs from Newberg
... in that as well as travel. Along with that comes a sense of cost and value awareness- is the cost of trip X worth $Y when I could make another choice instead? If I already have debt of $Z, do I want to add to that?
Then there's home-owning, pet-having, and daily tasks at both work and home that can be hard to break away from- and sometimes we like being connected and don't want to break away. If life is good, it can be easy not to travel.
... quote to emboss on Gurgaon’s welcome sign!
I found a photo in a Sierra Club magazine of Hanuman langurs (a type of Asian monkey) grooming a feral dog in India. Its caption, “Primates use grooming to form social bonds, and langurs often extend the courtesy to other species,” says ...
... someone who speaks some English; but it is also possible to communicate by hand signals and writing things down
- I found the most English speakers in Hungary and the Czech Republic; this is due to them not expecting you to learn their language since they are a small country.
6) Your hosts know what they are talking about
- Restaurants and how to use the transit system is some of the ...
Scandinavia Trip, August 16;
As I write this blog, we are on a huge ferry, heading north across the beautiful Kattegat, a body of water between Frederikshavn, Denmark, toward the Swedish city of Gothenburg, the second largest city in Sweden. Last night we stayed in a brand new Scandic Hotel, just recently completed in Denmark’s second largest city, Arhus (pronounced “Oar-hoos”).
Our days always begin with a ...
... on the '57 Chevy were a nice touch.
Reed College was a surprise entry this year with the griffin, celebrating their 100th anniversary. The mythical bird is shown as a combination of a lion and an eagle, symbolizing wisdom with strength. I'm not sure why the griffin appears to be chowing down on a baby eagle, and gripping a teddy bear in its talon.