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Summary of Driving Through Central America: To Do Or Not To Do

In the spring of 2011, Gibran and I made a spur of the moment decision to drive to Costa Rica instead of flying. It turned out to be the right decision for us, and it was one of those situations … Continue reading

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We’re Okay: An Update On Health and Well-Being

Having read some of our previous posts, many of you might be concerned for our health and well-being. Yes, we’ve had some health-related issues during our first 100 days being “homeless”, but let me assure you it’s nothing that a) … Continue reading

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Fumbled Latin American Customs

While in the same corner of the planet as Canada and the United States, Latin America has many customs and traditions that differ greatly from its neighbors to the north. Continue reading

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All 7 Billion of Us

By the end of this month, the U.N. Population Fund projects that the global population will have hit 7 billion. Continue reading

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Reasons To “Travel” Instead of “Vacation”

Vacationing is something that most people do. Western society promotes vacations — the majority of workplaces give you one or two weeks a year to take off, relax, and rejuvenate the mind in preparation for the fifty weeks of work … Continue reading

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