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October 22nd 2017
Published: October 25th 2017
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There was so much packed into this short two-week adventure, it has been hard to cohesively capture it for the sake of blogs. I have relied on the photos to tell much of the story, but the energy, constant laughter and group dynamics are hard to express in words or photographs alone. Communication Even though this trip sprung up on the horizon without much notice, I was determined to do a lit... Read Full Entry

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25th October 2017

Valeri, you have earned an "A+" in writing and for traveling off the grid. Yes, Aussies are great traveling company - I enjoyed them while staying at various youth hostels on my around the world trip in 1995.
25th October 2017

I am 100% sure..
That very soon you will be doing two things: 1) Visiting Australia and 2) Doing more camel training. It sounds like you have fully embraced a second career!
25th October 2017

I could have given you a tutorial prior to your departure! I can't really speak the language, but I learned to understand most of it. I miss it. Quite a culture. They can be tough on each other--and their American counterparts, but usually done with humor. I had NO IDEA such a thing as dry shampoo existed. Still don't. This has been fun, Valeri. Keep asking those questions . . . and talk all you want about camels.
25th October 2017

These last two blogs are very interesting. Love the knife story!!
22nd November 2018

Lost in his thoughts
How I am feeling having discovered your blogs...Love this pic. We love remote and the music. Your love of camels is compelling. You need to meet the TBer known as the Travel Camel. Your blogs are helping me dream again. Brilliant.
5th December 2018

I love hearing from you. Makes my day!!
22nd November 2018


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