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Since I last updated this I've finished a documentary, taken care of a lot of family stuff, and spent the last two months traveling: England, Belgium, Wales, South Africa, Kenya, Botswana, Australia, Papua Guinea, now back to Australia, and in two days we're off to New Zealand for 6 days, then Chile, Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador before landing in Miami March 30 for one last night on holiday. Read all about it at circle90days.wordpress.com.
We just switched our RTW blog from blogspot to wordpress, 'cause after trying blogspot, we like the wordpress bettah. Which is funny, since I've had a wordpress blog ready to go for the last three years now, and still haven't made the transfer. What can I say, the last three years have been busy.
See the new blog HERE.
I just put up a new post at my new blog with Lisa, Around the World in 90 Days. It's called "Three months?!" Here's a preview:
“Three months? That’s such a long time!”
That’s what two different friends said when I told them of my future round-the-world travel plans. And yeah, three months is about four times longer than the longest trip I’ve ever taken. But for a trip around the world? If only. Three months in Africa? In Australia? In South America? In Europe? Sure. But when you’re circling the globe, hitting more than a dozen countries on four continents, three months is just skimming the surface.
Meanwhile our travel plans keep shifting. . . .
Click the link above to read the whole thing.
Lisa and I have started a new blog for our upcoming round-the-world trip: Around the World in 90 Days. The last week of December we'll head to London for a few days, possibly jaunt over to Belgium for a weekend with friends, then head to Africa and beyond for three months of fun in the sun. (Yes, we're pretty much skipping winter for 2011.)
We've both been to some of the places we're headed (like London and Mombasa), I've been to some places by myself (like Quito and Iquitos), and neither of us have been to most places (like Australia, Papua New Guinea, and Botswana). Click the above link to see our prospective route.
Yes, Earth, I'm alive. And doing pretty well. I'm teaching (three college communications courses), writing, and producing video, whilst living in downtown Baltimore of all places (just a year--in 13 months we'll be back in Nashville). I'm finally getting up to speed, and God's leading through it all. We spent this weekend exploring Baltimore and D.C. with friends from Tenesssee. More blogging soon . . . .