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  • Well hello there! Glad you've stumbled upon Wandering Footsteps, the travel journal of a nomadic couple on a slow overland trip around the world. With thirty years of travel experience between us and a round-the-world trip already under the belt of our trusty 1988 Toyota-cum-camper van, this journey is bound to be interesting! Join us in our global wanderings - we've saved an extra seat just for you!

    - Brittany and Bruno

I swallowed a bug during the night on Wednesday. It’s still sort of stuck in my throat. Annoying. This happened to me last summer, and it took me a week to digest. Well, I’m on day 5.I haven’t written in a while because I’ve been too busy to do so. Here’s a little summary of […]

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Apparently, Senegal is nicknamed “Le Pays de la Terra Anga”, essentially meaning the country of the welcome. And it’s so true!! People here are so welcoming, and I’m sure that I will only continue to experience this, especially when I move in with my family. Speaking about my family, I found out a little bit […]

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  • Adam - Hey Brit,

    It’s Adam. I know you’re soooo jealous of us Lake Forest kids. I bet looking at that 180 degree horizon just makes you ache for the luminous, 24 hour glow of Chicago reflecting off those overcast night clouds, hell yeah baby. Can we mail you stuff? Oliver made all these CDs for you and I spaced and forgot to give them to you. Would it even be worth sending?ReplyCancel

Let’s take it where I left off. After the French exam, I went out to buy a mango and a waterbottle with a couple of other girls. We brought the mangos back to the campus, washed them really well, pealed them with our hands, and ate them like apples. Yum! And it cost me less […]

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  • bossdj - Hey hey! seems as though you’re having quite the experience out there. catch me up when you get a chance. Enjoy yourself, and don’t worry too much about the cock-a-roaches. haha

    RonReplyCancel