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Lessons from Children Around the World

Mar. 7, 2011, on Travel with a Mate.

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Imagine Living Here:

I always think about how the average American has an unbelievably boring living arrangement. I am not including people who live in cool places, or those places that I think are cool– in the mountains, right on a beach, on a horse ranch, places like that. Those lucky people are the exceptions. When I think […]

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Scenes from Busy African Towns

The other day I was watching The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency HBO / BBC series on DVD. I have just started watching this series about Alexander McCall Smith’s book series of the same name. I’m currently reading #8 of 11. I think it’s 11 total right now, but new books of his seem to […]

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Gas station in Malealea

I always like this picture I took in Lesotho, because it’s not something I get to see every day.

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Lesotho: The Land of Refuge for the Vuvuzela-Weary. Four Days of Peace and Quiet? Maybe not exactly…

Surely we were the only Americans fleeing South Africa during the World Cup. South African coworkers at our NGO announced it was inane for us to take a trip to Lesotho, what with all the World Cup hooplah going on all around us, insisting, it is here. It is here, indeed, I snorted, citing a […]

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