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South Africa

We love the sunrise.  It marks the beginning of the day with a bright “here I am” smile.  The sunrise is universally loved, with probably the exception of night shift or restaurant industry workers.

 

The moon rise doesn’t have the same acclaim.  Maybe because it’s less consistent.  Maybe it’s because no one actually really knows the phases of the moon, even though they pretend to. Waxing, waning, wha???

 

But if you have the chance to see a full moon rise while drinking gin and tonics among zebras, it will change you.

 

Such is the magic of Africa.

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Not Playing Favorites

aka: Selective Memories 

 

When you travel as much as we do, you’re hit with inevitable questions:

 

“Aren’t you worried about your safety?”

 

“What do you pack?”

 

“What’s your favorite place?”

 

The first two usually get a smartass response from me, and the last one is somewhat audience-dependent.  But, the true answer is “If I have one favorite, I haven’t traveled enough.”

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Morocco

Dear ROYAL Air Maroc,

 

We just returned from Morocco and wanted to commend you on the most horrific example of service and efficiency in the travel industry, ever.

If your goal is to eliminate all tourism and air travel in and out of Morocco, congratulations on a job well done.

 

Yours ever so truly,

Us.

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