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Lorievans's Traveler Profile

I have traveled to 8 countries, posted 225 pictures and written 29 entries in 1 travel blog
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Lorievans
Hometown
San Antonio, Texas, United States,
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Member Since
Jun 25, 2013
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About Lorievans

Profession
Speech Pathologist
Favourite music
Anything I can sing to when no one's listening
Birthplace
Texas
Favourite movie
Cinema Paradiso, Burn After Reading, anything by Tarantino or Pedro Almodovar
Languages
English
Favourite quote
"If it didn't hurt, it wasn't fun."
Interests and hobbies
Anything outside
One thing I want to do before I die
Go to a World Series game
Favourite book
The Shack or anything Steinbeck
My friends describe me as
Agreeable?
The most amazing moment in my life so far
I had a deeply spiritual experience while on a run 5 years ago. It changed my life forever.
 This is by far the longest I've ever been away from home, family or work. My trepidation is offset by an abundance of support and encouragement, especially from my children and the most amazing boss any employee could ever have. The chance to be outside in motion while exploring new countries and cultures is a dream vacation for me. I also know from my past experiences that it is the people that I meet along the way that make these journeys so special. I am truly blessed.

Recent Entries by Lorievans

  • Freiberg to Ulm - Jul 17, 2013

    " In the end, everything will be all right and if it's not all right, it's not the end." Sonny Kapoor in Best Exotic Marigold Hotel And so was our first day on the famed Danube River Cycle Path. De...

  • Istanbul - Aug 27, 2013

    I have to admit, I'm not motivated to blog and in fact, would probably make a lousy travel writer. At least when it comes to the Big City. This is because I am a simpleton. I prefer to just walk th...

  • Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes... - Aug 20, 2013

    Obviously one does not travel 2300 miles across 9 countries without experiencing changes. The language difference has radically changed. In France, having taken 3 years of French in Junior High and...

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