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Our time in Spain’s infamous region of Andalucía may not have included bullfighting in Seville, the mighty Alhambra in Granada, or sunbathing along the Costa del Sol (though it did involve witnessing a flamenco performance, visiting the Picasso Museum, and wandering around a few pueblos blancos), but it was an apt and honest portrait of the great, average, and less-than-amazing moments that traveling full-time around the world involves.

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This blog post is about doing nothing – an art Bruno and I were very happy to continue perfecting after 2 months of non-stop excitement in Morocco. Here, in southeastern Morocco, Bruno and I settle back into “regular life” before heading north toward a ferry that would take us back to Europe. Goodbye Morocco, it’s been an amazing three months!!

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After spending 6 months in Europe, Morocco sure is a shock to the senses! In this post, I discuss what it feels like to travel in Morocco after Europe as well as some of my first sensory impressions. We’re looking forward to spending a few months in this complex, beautiful, and whirlwind of a country!

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The continuing saga of our Camino de Santiago, including an update on the blister situation and a few new challenges. Included in this blog post is an explanation of why we stopped walking, afterthoughts on the journey, and whether or not we recommend walking the Camino. There are also a few practical tips for those preparing to become pilgrims, like useful websites, packing tips, dealing with albergues, and designing realistic daily steps.

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