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... over, we will be traveling with our guide to the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe to observe some amazing birdlife. Now we are finally close to our departure date. Just two days away! It should prove to be an outstanding journey. And I'll be sharing it with you along the way through this travel blog if you're interested in reading about it. But it will also provide Derek and I with another way to record our adventure and revisit the memories in the ...
... third most populous country after India and China, but statistically it would have been much more likely that we were born in to a life of poverty in the developing world.
Although life in a developing country is implicitly not as ‘cush’ as life in the U.S., one thing we’ve come to more greatly appreciate though is that in the developing world people seem to have a much deeper sense of community. In the ...
... 00 a.m. there! Well, for some reason, that struck a chord with me. I knew she was in Amsterdam, but that moment stuck with me and I got a wild hair and decided I was due for my Spring vacation since I had not been planning on taking one.
Work had told us a few weeks before that if we could take time off before the end of the fiscal year (June 30th), that would be very helpful. Well, of course, being the team player that I am, I decided ...
... up heading there alone because Avery wasn't so keen about getting out to check it out. Angie ended up talking with the docent there in the entrance booth for quite a while and learned a wealth of information about the place.
Here's an except from the California State Park page for Sutter's Fort:
In 1839 a Swiss immigrant named John Sutter received a land grant in the Sacramento Valley from ...
Getting everything in order, made multiple copies of my passport, photo IDs, itineraries, etc.
Even made a list of everything I'm bringing for my month abroad.
I'm gonna copy and paste it here for shiggles:
Oh and I named my blue backpack Elsie after my grandma who was kind enough to purchase it for me :)
List of things in Elsie (my backpack):
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