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... took over a year and a half to disassemble it all, working in cramped quarters with stifling heat. They had to rig up pulleys and ramps to remove the pieces and put them on rails to go to the museum at Cairo. They only had so many pieces of rail and would take up rail behind them and place it in front to keep going.
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... 90’s. I felt like I was intruding in their personal space.
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The long series of flights had started. My goal is to not use the cane until Australia at the earliest. However, Sarah says, "you look tired and you will use the cane." I just can't imagine where or when she learned to be so bossy. Just because she doesn't want me broken before the trip has begun? So does that mean I can be broken after the ...
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... apartment in Cholula steps away from its pyramid, the neighborhoods of Mexico City, and trips to Orizaba, and Cuetzatlán.
Each person has their own reasons for travel, for leaving home, and for returning.
Other than informal emails, hurried text messages, and three months delayed postcards, I never got to share our trip and its stories. Here we'll record it, for ourselves, and for the curious. :p