meghanvesey's Guestbook



20th November 2015

Great place
Before reading your article I was completely unknown about Accra City. I just searched on Google and after reading your article, it sounds like a lovely tourist city. I would love to be there. I will plan my trip very soon and I hope I would be there during my upcoming winter trip. I hope it would be an enjoyable traveling experience. Thanks for the post. http://www.travangelo.co.uk/
6th December 2013
Owl

Just breathtaking
Megan, thanks so much for keeping me in the loop. YOur pictures are amazing. They are inspiring and motivating me to do a little more exploration of our world. All good things to you and Kweisi.
6th December 2013

Hi Meghan, Love the photos. I hope to see you guys again this summer. What crafts did you get? I might be interested in getting an authentic craft from Africa. Yitzik
24th June 2013

Thanks, Meghan and Kwesi
I enjoyed the Maligne Lake trip together, we were indeed blessed with better weather than we could have been. Now, my thoughts go out to folks in Calgary and area who've been affected by flooding. Hope you guys are high and dry there. Bernie
25th June 2013

Calgary - Flooding
Yes, we are fine! Our family is all lucky to live on hills. The history of how some of the areas in Calgary were built is coming out of the woodwork... There are consequences to living on rivers and on top of swamps. :-( We are focused on getting things ready for the Stampede. Everyone in the city is working together to help everyone out. It's quite amazing! Renews your faith in humanity for a bit.
30th July 2010

Wonderful picture, who took it?
Everyone has such a natural expression of joy...except one exception,-)
30th July 2010

Cajas
Loved seeing the plant life in the National Park. Kwesi is dressed for the weather I see! Very cute so close to the equator. Thanks for sharing.
29th July 2010

enjoying your blog
Hi Meghan and Kwesi: Your trip reports are very exciting and educational, sounds like Ecuador is another great place in the world to visit. Be safe, warm and share your love with the people in this part of the world....and keep your posts going, gets me excited about travelling again soon and I'm not talking the "tour bus" way. Bernie
29th July 2010

Your trip.
Hi again. Wow, the Country you are in right now seems so beautiful. The gumboots came in handy once again. How much longer will your vacation continue? Our weather has been up and down, hot, cold, storms, etc. Only in Alta. it is going to be 29 to-morrow (Thurs) I just don't like the heat that much. Sound like you are all having a wonder- ful time. Take Care. God Bless and keep you safe. Anne Marie
25th July 2010

stampede shmampede
Hey you guys! Stampede shmampede! Who needs Stampede when you are on a faaantastic trip like you are on! Don't you just love blue-footed boobies??!! Such cool birds!! That hiway at 4100 meters had to have been outstanding!! Glad you guys are enjoying your trip! Keep travelling safe!
25th July 2010

Cuy?
So, how was the Cuy and the Chicha, have you had an oppertunity to try teh Chicha Morada?
24th July 2010

wonderful
Not sure I'd have the stamina for your adventures and am so happy you are having a wonderful time, experiencing so much, seeing so much, learning so much. What an amazing, amazing trip. Hugs to all ... my congrats to Dr. Z for pulling all this together. Please tell me if that was a real 'guinea pig' like we have as pets up here... seems a tad large in the picture.
24th July 2010

Your trip.
Meghan. I have read your story, I always thought the Incas were from Peru. Or is this in Peru by chance? I love history of any kind , have read alot also. I hope you are both well. When is your trip over? God Bless Anne
16th July 2010

Your trip.
Hi again. Your trip sounds so exciting. The pictures are very interesting also. Had a good day at the Stampede yesterday. The count was 23,000 and the weather did turn out okay. Have a safe journey. Anne
15th July 2010

boobies!
The blue-footed boobies are so cute! Wish I could meet one in person. Were the males showing off their feet to the females? (i.e. was it mating time?)
15th July 2010

I enjoy reading...
Hey, thanks for inviting me to the blog.... Since I know this is also a school trip I thought I would post a question I stumbled upon in the information of this post. The local people have complaints against large corporations because of the increasing occurrences of skin cancer among the community but are planning on taking advantage of the free public school system. My question is: who is funding the school system, are they in anyway related to or funded by the big corporations? If so, does this equate to the large corporations paying off the locals for the problems they are causing? Are they using the public school system to train thair next generation of workers? What would the community look like without the public school system (or without the large companies?)?
From Blog: Ocean
15th July 2010

natural habitat
Thanks for the photos of the blue footed boobies. I've seen them in zoos but never in their natural habitat -- how delightful. All those beautiful birds, and fish and whales to say nothing of vegetation, peoples, topography--what a wonderful experience. My best to all of you and to Dr. Z as well.
13th July 2010

Sounds wonderful!
Hi guys, I just had the chance to sit down and read your blog to date, it sounds like you are having a wonderful experience in Ecuador, keep the updates coming :)
From Blog: Gumboots
12th July 2010

washing machines!
We are a lazy generation and yay for washing machines. That and the fridge are probably the two appliances I don't think I could live without.
From Blog: Gumboots
12th July 2010

Hi!
It sounds like an amazing trip and I'm very envious! What company are you travelling with this time? I've applied for another leave which starts in 4 years, and I may look into a trip similar to yours. Keep having fun! Rita
From Blog: Gumboots
12th July 2010

looks like you're having fun
Trip going well so far?
From Blog: Gumboots
12th July 2010

What next.
Hi again. I find your trip very interesting and exciting, I laughed when I saw the word {rubber boots{ we have had rain Sat. and Sun. for the Stampede. Loooks like rain for Wed. hope it stays away till after the breakfast. Nice to hear from you to-day. Keep safe. Anne
From Blog: Gumboots
9th July 2010

Hi Guys: I must say that I am absolutely enjoying this. You can imagine that most of my emails are work related hence your blog is providing me with an excellent opportunity to peek into your lives and experience, through you guys, one of the things that I have come to value most in my life - travel. Continue to have a great time. Continue to learn and continue the great friendship that you guys have developed and are nurturing. One Love - Courtney
From Blog: Ocean
9th July 2010

You've done it again!
How do you find these places? Fantastic!
From Blog: Ocean
9th July 2010

Re: Your trip
Hi again. Sounds like you are having a wonderful trip. Your story telling is very interesting. Did you get to see the inside of the church? Off to the parade in the morning, if I can drag myself out of bed. It is very hot this evening, so may be up half the night trying to get to sleep. Have a safe journey. Anne
From Blog: Ocean

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