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... to openly speak against the president, take photos of government officials and buildings, or to wear camouflage or military-style clothing. Zimbabwe has had its share of difficulties over the last few decades. Currently, though, the country has been relatively peaceful and tourists have been largely untouched by its political problems. The people of Zimbabwe are described as warm and hospitable, happy to welcome visitors to their country. ...
... want? I've been mulling over the possibilities. A journal with the American flag on the front? Nah, too... American. An american cookbook? Nah, who wants to eat American food? So if you have any suggestions, kindly leave them in the comments section!
So I'll start this tradition now, every new entry, I will have a "dinosaur of the day" so today's dinosaur of the day is..... the Philosophical Dinosaur Meme! Have a great day my travelers!
Our van driver for the Uluru tour,Josh,informed us of some of the old rituals of the ancient Aborigine who are the ancestors of those who now control Uluru by arrangement with the government, I'd like to share some of these stories here, Doubtless there were coming of age stories for women as well as men, however the stories Josh related were mostly about the men, There were many teaching stories which repeatedly instructed ...
I have been asked that question almost as much as, "What are you doing? That is just crazy."
Well the internet is a good place to start. It is filled with all kinds of information that when all gathered in the same place can be very helpful. A quick Google search will probably turn up more than necessary and getting though chaff can be particularly grinding. What questions do you even start with? Ask a ...
... Medicare now. The harder part is deciding what to let go of - pictures, books, small personal items, clothing. Even as were furiously digitizing as much as we can, there are still things I want to hold onto.
Dieter is shredding and I'm weeding through all my pictures. Letting go is bittersweet, but we want to be free to follow our hearts, to pick up new customs, languages and adventures. ...