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10th August 2019
Jaisalmer Fort

Best rajasthan Tour Place after Jaipur or Udaipur
one of the best place for all desert lover.
23rd July 2019
Latin Bridge Sunset- Sarajevo

Thanks for your phenomenal photos!
Hi Nanci, I was looking for photos of old Sarajevo, and am so grateful that I've come across yours. Do you ever provide people with permission to use your work? I design posters for a chamber music group, and it will be performing Merima Kljuco's Sarajevo Haggadah in November 2019. Just wondering. Thanks, and I'll keep following your posts, now that I know about you!
24th July 2019
Latin Bridge Sunset- Sarajevo

Thanks!
Hi Alison. Thanks for the compliment. My husband takes the photos and he said you could use them. He will contact you at your email with directions to download them! Good luck with your posters!
14th June 2019

Have enjoyed your journey
I can imagine that you would be experiencing some burn out after 8 years of travel (8 years!). But I can't imagine that you will be content to stay put from now on. So I think we will see you back here, not full-time, but shorter trips from time to time, definitely. In the meantime, it has been a very enjoyable journey and your photos are simply superb.
14th June 2019

The End...
Being on the road for eight years is a really long time. I suppose moving so often just became our regular life rather than being just a vacation. We have been home for a month now and I have to admit we are already fidgeting. I'm sure we will travel again, but I don't know if it will be the same. Thanks for following along and sending all the nice compliments our way. We really do appreciate it!
17th May 2019

Welcome home?!
I have so enjoyed all of your travel posts, David and Nanci! The photos are worthy of National Geographic, and I've loved the stories of your adventures. Your gypsy spirits have provided hours of entertainment and education for the rest of us. I so want to go to the Amalfi Coast right now!!! Hugs and welcome back :-)) Jane
17th May 2019

What a Trip!!
Hi Jane, Our trip has indeed been amazing! David was looking through pictures yesterday and it brought back a lot of memories! Best wishes to you and your wedding! May it be as happy and as special as you are!! Nanci and David
14th May 2019

Oh no! But also, What an amazing adventure!
Dear Nanci and Dave, I was so sad reading this blog... not because you've reached an end of a chapter, but rather the insinuation that we may not get any more blogs from you. You don't really mean the 'cover the camera lens, put down our pens' bit do you? :) Regardless, thank you very much for sharing your amazing adventures with us. I have loved your words and photos very much. You clearly love New York and your architectural photos show this love very clearly. Enjoy your time back at home! Love, Ren
14th May 2019

Amazing..
Eight years straight is a long time to do anything without a break. Although we have quite a few things that we need to catch up on, I think there is a pretty good chance we may be back intermittently. Travel is such a big part of lives that I don't think we could ever put it away forever. In the meantime, we will have to enjoy following along with others who are actively pursuing their travel dreams. Have fun in Morocco and thanks for all your support throughout the years!
11th May 2019
Manhattan Bridge

We love NYC
We really love New York. One of the reasons is that you never run out of photo ops there. You found quite a few. Nice to read your story. Thanks for sharing it. /Ake
11th May 2019
Manhattan Bridge

NY love...
New York is indeed a great place to visit. Endless things to see and do and also a photographers dream. Thanks for reading and commenting, Ake. We appreciate it.
10th May 2019

Bravo, well done and welcome home!
Sometimes you know when it is time to settle down for a bit. You've had a fantastic journey and we are thrilled you took us along for the ride. We written travels and photos that have captured the food, people and cultures around the world. A great ending in NYC.
10th May 2019

A great trip...
Thank you for coming along with us. If it wasn't for your endless encouragement we would not have made it as far as we did. It will take a while to reflect on all we have seen and done. We are not the same people we were 8 years ago. I have to admit it will be a little tough to make the adjustment back to this new life. We look forward to continuing to enjoy a little armchair traveling through yours and other's travel stories in the future. Thanks again for all your support!
13th April 2019

That is what travel is really about! Lovely photos of a place I’ve always wanted to go. Do tell. Was the farm an air BnB rental?
From Blog: On the Farm
13th April 2019

Travel..
Hi Andrea. It was an AirBnb in the small town of Garvagh, NI. The price was really cheap (607 dollars a month) which we thought would make it awful, but it was really pretty nice. We thought it was funny when the customs questionnaire on our return asked if we had been near any farm animals on our recent trip. Ha ha. We stepped in more unknown piles of crap during this month than at any time in our whole life! But of course we said no. It was a very nice place and despite the crazy weather, we had a really nice visit. Thanks so much for commenting!
From Blog: On the Farm
7th April 2019
Giant's Causeway

I so have to see this one day
Giant's Causeway is on my agenda. I really must see this one day. /Ake
From Blog: On the Farm
7th April 2019
Giant's Causeway

Giants..
It is pretty cool but we kind of thought it looks better in pictures than in real life. However, the entire Causeway Coast is spectacular and well worth spending some time visiting. Especially in the summer season where you could get out to see it all. Thanks for commenting, Ake!
From Blog: On the Farm
7th April 2019

Rural stays
Glad you are embracing the quiet, country life. This is an extremely beautiful part of the world. We love the blistery weather and unpredictability of it all. Stunning photos as always but this part of the world makes it easy to capture some beauty.
From Blog: On the Farm
7th April 2019

Rural Life...
It probably wasn't our original intention to just hang around the farm so much. We picked inexpensive lodging so we could afford a car and aggressively tour the whole island. The car ended up costing so much that it limited the scope of our travels. But I think we enjoyed ourselves anyway. It is a very beautiful place with friendly people. Indeed, we saw some incredible weather conditions that were events in themselves. A few times we sat on a scenic overlook and were just amazed to observe nature's fury. Thanks for the nice compliment and for commenting! NYC here we come!
From Blog: On the Farm
6th April 2019
Dunluce Castle

Dunluce Castle
Great pic...always great to add another pic to our Palaces & Castles thread in the Photography Forum...check it out.
From Blog: On the Farm
6th April 2019
Dunluce Castle

Dunluce...
Thanks, Dave! I'll check it out.
From Blog: On the Farm
22nd March 2019
Amalfi Church

Was thinking about going to Amalfi Coast
When my mother turned 70 she wanted to take the entire family on a vacation. I tried to direct that trip to Amalfi Coast but we ended up in Greece. We still had a good vacation so I am not complaining. /Ake
From Blog: Finding Home
22nd March 2019
Amalfi Church

Thinking....
It is a nice place to spend some time even if you only had a few days. Nothing wrong with Greek Islands, though. Thanks for commenting, Ake!
From Blog: Finding Home
14th March 2019

It helps to visit the Amalfi Coast at low season...
I visited last Sept and decided never to return...too many tourists and too much traffic on the roads. Perhaps I will return in March/April someday.
From Blog: Finding Home
15th March 2019

Seasons...
Ease of access and cheap prices have really made some places too crowded during the prime season. Many things weren't open during our visit, which might ruin the fun for some visitors. We are happy to give up some things to have the place to ourselves. I've seen pictures of Venice, Cinque Terre and the Amalfi Coast in season, and it would not be to my liking. We had all three of these places virtually to ourselves and absolutely love them but were in big coats most of our visits. I guess people have to decide what works for them. Oh for the days of undiscovered places....Thanks for commenting, Bob. We appreciate it!
From Blog: Finding Home

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