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So....this story starts by me being overly cheap. We decided that we wanted to save some money and fly to Portland, Maine from Seattle, WA. Well it sounded great because we would save just over 100$ one way. We went for it. Well we got to Maine safely, but then had to wait and take a bus to the nearest Bust station. That lasted about 10 minutes. Then we had to spend 40$ for one way tickets to Boston, MA on ...
... Half the wonder of travel is the journey home; not the fact that it's a compulsory obligation, but rather a reminder that your trip is temporary and finite, thereby enhancing the richness of the present and all that you're experiencing. It's also good to ensure that you have a few spare days to lounge about, taking the time to readjust to the western world and its associated lifestyle. Part of that downtime can drastically reduce ...
... at least a month to address some of my pent-up wanderlust. Of course, I doubled down on her offer, instead choosing to take two months to complete my lofty Africa adventure. Even though I opted for a longer route, Annie [reluctantly] agreed, and has consistently been there for me, helping me prepare for my journey since early October when I purchased my flight to Tanzania.
For those of you that know Annie, you know that she is one of the ...
... and brutal dictatorship? Yes, please! Such was my mentality when I was in the Somerville Library six weeks ago when I stumbled across Martin Meredith's "The Fate of Africa: A History of 50 Years of Independence." With a tagline that cheerfully reads "From The Hopes of Freedom to the Heart of Despair", I knew I was in for quite the read, especially since it purported to cover a 50 year history of an entire continent. And I always love ...
I just want to finish up by sharing something again from my first entry, because it still holds so true and I mean it from the bottom of my heart: "The best part has been the people I've met along the way. I feel so blessed and proud to have met so many beautiful people from an assortment of nationalities and all walks of life scattered across the globe. The shine in my life is the people I share it with and my travels have made me realise ...
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