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- The Myth of Paradise 2 months ago
- My first travel adventure: Baja 1977 5 months ago I'm guessing it was 1977. I was about six years old and my parents decided we'd caravan down to Baja in our 4WD for an off-road adventure with some good friends who had three kids around my age. We lived in the San Francisco Bay Area where we'd just moved to the year before from...
- Passports With Purpose Round Four 7 months ago
- How I Packed For Five Weeks in South America in a Daypack 8 months ago OK so it was a big daypack but, even though I usually carry a small-ish travel pack, this was the lightest I've ever traveled. Why I did it I had been through the Guianas (Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana - all on the Caribbean coast of South America) once before so I knew it was going...
- Mamasa To Toraja Part 2: Christian Politics in a Muslim World 11 months ago Our trekking guide from Mamasa to Tana Toraja was a Mamasan man named Domingus, which he told us is derived from the word Sunday, "Domingo" in Indonesian. The Mamasa region is known for being staunchly Christian, but because Indonesia is a very Muslim country and this is what both Emre and I were...
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08:12 AM June 04, 2013
Hello just wondering how you got to stay in Tahiti, as I understand it its very difficult to get a visa unless your french or married to a tahitian, thanks kai uk