Some moments from the road need a little elaboration. We try to do that here.

Returning to Indonesia With Scars From the Last Trip
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On my lower right leg, I have a hand-sized patch of discolored skin shaped almost like the state of California. My right knee and … Read More

Camping in France: No Maps, No Chairs, No Cooler, Pas de Problème
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And there we were in Monaco, one day before leaving for a 14-day camping trip around southern France without a map, a solidified plan, … Read More

I like it, I like it a lot – Touring Northern Italy at Top Speed with Friends
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What is there not to love about Italy? I mean, the food? Amazing! I don’t know what I’m eating but it’s delicious. The beautiful … Read More

Arriving in Milan with Hiking Boots On
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The view from our very reasonably priced hotel was of Milan’s Central Train Station Bulky hiking boots, heavy wool socks, quick-drying beige outdoor pants … Read More

Cambodia – a place with a tragic history but the warmest smiles
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Smiles are our common language as we fill a container with this popular Cambodian desert which we can only describe as small, mysteriously delicious … Read More

Just some cows at the gas station
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Just some cows filling up their tanks during the morning commute in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. This scene surprises nobody, except us. After this stop, … Read More

Some go to Australia to have a walkabout in the outback. We go to clip alpaca toe nails.
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We can do anything we want. This is one of the best things about traveling. It’s choose your own adventure everyday and I LOVE … Read More

When Checking A Bag Costs As Much As Your Plane Ticket, Thanks Virgin Bloody Australia
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Our alarm woke us up at 4 am at the Airport Travel Air Motor Inn near, you guessed it, the airport in Auckland, NZ. … Read More

Shoot, We Melted The Window Visors On Our Rental Van
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DEET, a chemical in mosquito repellant, melts plastic. We read these words on a Google search while standing in the parking lot of the … Read More

Days 18-20 Abel Tasman, The Name of Our First Child?
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Abel Tasman National Park, one of New Zealand’s smallest national parks, is a perfect place to relax next to clear azul-colored water and take … Read More

Days 15-17 The Wild West
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The South Island’s West Coast holds just as much beauty as the rest of New Zealand, but leaves you with a lingering feeling of … Read More

Days 13-14 Don’t Park Your Home On Uneven Ground
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  Crowded eggs in the frying pan When we found our eggs huddled together on the right-hand side of the frying pan, we realized … Read More

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