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... full well that Boston was under a blanket of snow, I was excited to be heading back to familiarity and community. It's not that there's no community in travelers or expats, but it's a temporary community, one that is constantly shifting and fleeting. I found myself becoming more exhausted towards the end of my journey, looking for stability in a few select set of friends and tiring of telling new acquaintances the scope of my travels. I think this is ...
... woman we met in Lisbon
while trying to buy a sandwich at 3am. She spoke German and swore that after 20
years of marriage, she only ever travelled with friends and left her husband at
home. "Mit dem alten
Knochen reise ich doch nicht mehr!"
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8 best experiences
1. Hot air ballooning in Cappadoccia.
2. Swimming in Loch ...
... on the outskirts where even more towering blocks are being built, all geared for India`s economic boom and an influx of previously rural folks to the city. We also passed the brand new Formula One Grand Prix circuit and sport complex, as well as 4 universities busy being built!
On arrival in Delhi, one immediately “feels” the energy pulsing through the city, as it is busy. No trucks are allowed in the city itself during daytime, but the sheer amount of ...
What a contrast! Infrastructures in these countries are so different from West Africa - good paved roads, facilities that actually work (including hot water - which is a good thing, as the temperatures have also dropped and we are back to wearing warm clothes for the first time in 2 months [can't say I like that part of it!], real stores instead of stalls by the side of the road, a huge modern airport in Johannesburg on the way through to Victoria Falls, cars that ...
... what was being told.) At some point the dogs got out and started barking like mad and heading to the door. The two boys we played soccer with blocked the door and we heard the dog squeal loudly. I spent more time taking care of my soccer injury and taking in the environment, than I did concerned about the patient. Outside there was a pigeon cage, straight dirt, and filth. We said our goodbyes and were on the ready to fend off any dogs. After we escaped the fence ...