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World Trip News

2016-10-30T22:09:48+00:00March 30, 2014|World Trip|

Uganda Visit in the News Our visit to Uganda captured some attention. Lori's meeting with a Shoebill stork was in a music video and Michael's milk pots were in a museum exhibit. Endangered Shoebill Stork Video Uganda Wildlife Education Center March 2014 Lori is in a music video with Shushi the Shoebill Stork at Uganda [...]

Amazing Travel Experiences for Animal Lovers

2016-10-30T22:22:09+00:00March 1, 2014|Animals|

Love animals? Love to travel? Here are some ideas for your next trip… Observe magnificent wild beasts, feed adorable baby chimps, learn how to take an elephant’s pulse, meet special people who help suffering dogs. Meet Elephants in Thailand Not only can you ride a magnificent Asian elephant, you can also learn how to take [...]

LA Hike: Murphy Ranch in Rustic Canyon

2016-11-05T18:40:12+00:00January 5, 2014|Los Angeles|

Forest paths, ocean views, Nazi compound, & street art on one LA hiking trail Like many Los Angeles hiking trails trails, Rustic Canyon has wooded areas, open fields, and a chance to enjoy nature. But one thing that makes this canyon unique is its interesting history.   One thing we looked forward to [...]

Five Places to Sightsee Underground

2016-10-30T23:19:48+00:00December 11, 2013|World|

Ever wonder what goes on beneath your feet? Dark, chilly, and quiet… Some are musty and some are wet. Check out five interesting places to sightsee underground. Basilica Sistern – Istanbul The Romans built the Basilica Cistern in the sixth century during the rule of Emperor Justinianus. The 9,800 square meter underground chamber, supported by [...]

Robbed in Barcelona

2016-10-30T23:28:48+00:00November 24, 2013|Europe|

My heart pounded, I began to sweat . . . my Apple was picked I got off the metro, reached into my purse to get my sunglasses, and realized that my iPhone was gone. Even worse, I immediately knew when it was stolen and who took it. iPhone Stolen on the Metro We both love [...]

How to Use Your iPhone Abroad

2017-01-17T04:25:28+00:00November 20, 2013|Travel Tips|

Can't leave home without your iPhone? It is possible to use your iPhone in some countries without incurring high roaming fees by purchasing a sim card with a local phone number. See how... We frequently used our iPhones on the world trip for research, communication, and navigation. To avoid high roaming charges and service issues, [...]

Around the Word Trip: the Adventure Ends

2016-10-30T23:43:25+00:00November 5, 2013|World Trip|

249 days, 4 continents, 15 countries We can hardly believe that 8.5 months went by so fast and we have traveled around the world! Here are a few highlights and travel stats for our incredible adventure. Countries Visited Korea, Thailand, Cambodia, Singapore, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Germany, Turkey, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Peru How [...]


2018-02-20T02:49:20+00:00October 31, 2013|South America|

Incredible mountain vistas, rich Inca history, parades galore Peru was the final destination on our world trip. We spent two weeks exploring Cusco and the Sacred Valley, and of course journeyed to Machu Picchu on the Hiram Bingham train.   High altitude head rush! When we stepped off the plane in Cusco, we [...]

World Trip Fitness

2016-10-31T03:48:50+00:00October 23, 2013|World Trip|

Staying fit on a journey around the world A trip around the world offered a fantastic opportunity to sample new food and drinks, but we knew that too much indulgence during an 8 1/2 month period would make us fat.  We both have a challenge maintaining our weight and have gained and lost 20+ pounds [...]

Colonia del Sacramento

2016-11-01T03:42:06+00:00October 2, 2013|South America|

Tranquilo on the Rio de la Plata in Uruguay After four weeks of city life in Buenos Aires, we savored ten days in this laid back riverside town. We strolled along the river, explored the UNESCO World Heritage historic quarter, saw lots of stray dogs, and watched beautiful sunsets from our balcony.   [...]

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