It was the third time the bus broke down. Somewhere right outside a small mining community in Western Australia, our bus had enough and it wanted us to know. So with an explosion and plume of smoke, the bus came to a crashing halt.
Only about 20% of Americans own a passport. This number may be on the rise, but the number of Americans who have traveled overseas has been on the decline since 2006. Why is it that America turns a blind eye to the planet?
It's strange, this paradox of lifestyles. But I love it. Because I'm neither nor. I'm going to ride my 400-dollar bike to the free yoga and meditate the day away with the drum circle crowd and a two-headed turtle.
Telling people I have been traveling for four years usually makes them think I am rich. Well, I'm not. Plan for your spending habits and you'll find yourself staying on budget and on the road for a long time.
Everyone loves to travel. Yet few people end up doing more than just taking a two week vacation. St. Augustine once said "The world is a book, and he who doesn't travel reads only one page." I keep that quote in my mind constantly.
We recruited six young adults from Leadership Excellence, to blind taste an array of commercially produced freeze-dried fare. Our volunteers sampled 15 entrees and five desserts and scored
them on a scale of 1 to 10.