Monthly Archives: December 2018

Dengue and Malaria and Zika, Oh My!

December, 2018 It’s virtually impossible to avoid picking up some illness when traveling. The passenger in front of, behind, or beside you hacks throughout the entire 8 hours of the flight. Fellow cruise passengers are sneezing all over the buffet. … Continue reading

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Where’s My PASSPORT!!!???

Or, perhaps I should ask “where’s my driver’s license?” I’ve actually lost my license twice when traveling. The first time was on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. I was sober at the time, but when purchasing something to remedy that … Continue reading

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“The Mapmaker’s Wife” – Another Book Review

December, 2018 Personally, I find the title of this book to be a bit misleading. That didn’t prevent me from thoroughly enjoying it. I read The Mapmaker’s Wife: A True Tale of Love, Murder, and Survival in the Amazon, by … Continue reading

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