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Please, walk your horse…

July 2, 2010

Here’s a series of signs we came across during our time trekking through the Annapurnas. After the first few days of walking the road stops and you start reaching villages where the only way to get anything in or out is on foot or by horse. Mule trains are common, as are some small horses […]

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“We’ve Had an ACCIDENT!”

June 14, 2010

Considering all the countries we’ve traveled to where “safe driving” means constantly honking your horn while driving like a madman (I’m looking at you here Vietnam) it’s amazing that we’ve gone as long as we have without any sort of traffic incident.

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South Island and a Pair of 650 Singles: Part 2

June 13, 2010

*Part one of the story is here Day 5: Brighton to Colac Bay We started day 5 at our ocean-side camping spot in Brighton, a small beach town on the Southeastern coast of New Zealand. We knew we weren’t riding far today, so we spent the better part of the morning leisurely making a few […]

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Florescent Lights and Dead Animals: The Russian Zoological Museum

June 13, 2010

This is one of the creepiest places we’ve ever visited. It’s the Zoological Museum in St. Petersburg and it’s weird. Really weird.

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Porsche Museum

June 10, 2010

We had two big takeaways from our time in Stuttgart. One was learning the German expression “der Gluckspilz” which translates to “lucky mushroom.” As in, “You’ve arrived here in Stuttgart on the first nice day we’ve had all summer. That’s quite the lucky mushroom.” But the second big takeaway from Stuttgart was our visit to […]

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Thorong La Pass, Nepal: 17,769 feet

May 19, 2010

This is Anjel and I standing at the top of the Thorong La pass in Nepal. We tried to take several photos of ourselves at the literal high-point of this trek and frankly, they all came out a bit off. Clearly your brain isn’t firing on all cylinders at that altitude. For example, it didn’t […]

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