Chris on August 4th, 2008

I am projecting about nine months ahead and planning our adventure on the Trans-Mongolian Railway. We are really looking forward to seeing the vastness of Mongolia and Siberia by rail and are expecting some interesting experiences sharing a cabin with some fellow travelers. We plan to be in Beijing, China, mid to late April 2009 to catch the train [...]

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Jodi on August 2nd, 2008

Each day we grow more concerned about our funding flows. It seems we are hemorrhaging money like water through a fire hose. We are not spending our money on one thing alone, but spattering it everywhere. Budgeting for a trip around the world is not an easy task. When we set our plan in motion, [...]

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Chris on July 22nd, 2008

So I think we might need a few gadgets for our trip, mostly for documenting our experiences and planning our trip while on the road. The gadgets must meet the following criteria: small, lightweight, and (most importantly) cheap. Photos Right now we own a couple of digital cameras. I am taking the Canon SD850 IS, which is compact [...]

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Chris on July 21st, 2008

After months of researching, we finally planned our South America route with the expectation it will all probably change once we arrive. We plan to hit most of the highlights of the countries that we are visiting. If you have any suggestions of places that are a “must see”, please feel free to comment. Ecuador [...]

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Jodi on July 13th, 2008

I’m a self proclaimed travel blog collecter. Over the years, I’ve bookmarked nearly 100 travel blogs. Every now and then I cull the herd and add a few more. When we got serious about our travel planning, my good friend, Kate, sent me a link to a couple’s travel blog that she thought I’d enjoy. [...]

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