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Back at the hostel we chilled and met some cool people: a Los Angeles gentlemen called Stan – who I swear looks like the love child of Steve Watanabe and Daniel Dae Kim. In other words, dangerously handsome; and a Brit from Manchester – I picked his accent in one go – called James. Stan is an ex-marine who is just moving to the area. He’s well spoken, friendly and is 34 while looking 24. James is 28 (if my memory serves ...
... to take a picture with a beautiful young lady native to Uganda at the Salt Lake. It was so special that she wanted to take a picture with me... I wish we had also captured that moment, but it is one I will never forget. Spending time with three of the people I love most exploring an entirely new world is something I will never forget."
Jen: "My favorite memory was our stay in Ndali. That place was so magical, from ...
When you really learn how big the world is, you've done right by exploring far beyond what you've ever known. You've taken chances, learned a new language, eaten strange foods, and immersed yourself in countless new cultures. This is the journey we've been on, and one that is surely only beginning to effect the rest of our lives in ways we don't yet fully understand.
Our adventure set out with big ambition: two people traveling across as ...
... the others affairs. If a man entered the women's area, even inadverdently, he will be immediately killed. The reason for this is that the man may have seen something such as childbirth or other female ritual which would cause him to be distracted while involved in "mens work" such as hunting which in turn could negatively impact the entire group,
This was all done in the old old days. And it is said no longer do ...
... I have a very romanticized view of my soon to be adventure.
I found my passport and my dad's bank account information today. My passport is good for another three years, by then I'll be eighteen and have returned home.
I plan on starting in Nice, France working there for as long as it fancies me then moving on from there. Visiting Paris is a must of course.
I'll let you know how my endeavors go before I fly off.