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Wednesday, 22 February 2012

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Ling

"ran into a pack of 30 or so Koreans". Of course you would. OF COURSE you would! :D Ran into a good few today in a small human-bone decorated ossuary in a tiny podunk town here in the Czech Republic (we're in Prague for the week. No camels here, m'fraid..)

Sara, Ms. Adventures in Italy

You guys are seriously my COUPLE of the decade. Love all your adventures :)

Gina

I forbid you to ever stop traveling or writing. Forbid. That's all.

Boots in the Oven

What is up with that? There were lots of signs in Korean all over Jaisalmer... I guess it's a popular tourist spot! I hope you're having fun with the bones and astronomical clocks and such!

Boots in the Oven

Aw, shucks! Thank you! I want a plaque, or at least a certificate. :-)

Boots in the Oven

Ha! OK, but we gotta make a quick stop back in the States to make some money. This long-form travel stuff adds up!

Gina

Traveling back to the States totally counts! :) I just love reading your blog so much that I don't want it to go away.

Boots in the Oven

:-) No worries - this blog ain't going NOWHERE. Well, geographically, it is, but you know what I mean. :)

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