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  Ahhh the two year mark. It's hard to believe it's here. As is the nature of time in so many circumstances, these last two yea…

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I made a video! It's silly and choppy and funny and I love it. Enjoy!  

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I’ve learned that one of the most important things you come across when traveling, is the advice from a fellow traveler. I can’t…

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This is just a little list of the random items that I have found crazy useful, that you may not see on most packing lists, nor m…

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A while back, a good friend asked me a very big question… “So serious question, how do you do it? Getting rid of everything and…

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As you many recall from my first post about this, my struggle with finding the pack of my dreams was quite the task. Unfortunate…

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  Well I'm a little late on this one considering we left Utila almost 2 months ago, but whatevs. The fact of the matter is, t…

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As mentioned in a post or two before, I have (or had) a debilitating fear of open water and the creatures that reside in said op…

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Gratitude

May 24, 2014

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I had planned on writing this well before we left on this trip, but my words always seemed...pitiful. Pitiful in comparison to h…

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  So there we were...exploring the area around our hostel in San Miguel, Guatemala (which is right across the lake from Flores)…

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A Hint of Elissa...
 

"...I have a degree in Visual Anthropology. This means I dig people. I dig their songs, their customs, their faces, their food, their dress, their worldviews, their cultures. I especially dig that, regardless of how different they might be from me, I’m still constantly proven that we as humans really are one big family, just with countless different traits."

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