Bucharest to Barcelona

Bucharest to Barcelona

Europe has not been what I expected.

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Freedom: RIP

Germany. Berlin. I’m walking along the remnants of the Berlin Wall. Once a means of containing and controlling a captive population, the remnants of this wall are now home to a gallery of images. Checkpoint Charlie, that famous crossing between East Berlin and West Berlin, is now a place where smiling tourists get their picture . . . → Read More: Freedom: RIP

Monthly post delayed….

My monthly update is coming but has been delayed. It has been hard to write and it is important to me to get it right.

A Wild Ride

Wow what an adventure this trip has been the past nine months since I gave up regular updates! I have been busy living life instead of writing about it. Yet even so I have decided to start updating this blog again. I am going to try for updates once a month, sharing just a few . . . → Read More: A Wild Ride

The Journey Continues

To all of you wondering what has happened, why the blog posts stopped, this is for you. I am still out traveling the world and I am more dedicated to it than ever. Yet for the moment I am far more interested in living life than writing about it and so this blog is on . . . → Read More: The Journey Continues

Argentina, Cordoba

NOTE: I am adding catching up to old photo galleries. There will typically be no comments, just a few of my favorite pictures and the gallery of all pictures below.

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Arengentina: Salta

NOTE: I am adding catching up to old photo galleries. There will typically be no comments, just a few of my favorite pictures and the gallery of all pictures below.

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An Alien World

Not since I first arrived in Mexico have I had such a sense of being in an alien world….

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Argentina: First Impressions

The border crossing to Argentina was very easy but confusing. The least communicative border officials I’ve ever met, but once they started processing me they were friendly and careful to speak clearly. I was especially delighted at this last as the Spanish in Argentina is one of the most difficult to understand in the world.

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Bolivia: Final Thoughts

Thinking about Bolivia, I realized that I am ambivalent about most of the country. The Salar de Uyuni is spectacular and Sucre is amazing. But nowhere else left a significant impression either good or bad. So it appears I’ve already said everything I need to about this country….