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Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Sigrid and I will be spending the the next three weeks or so touring northern India and Nepal. As usual, this blog will serve as journal and photo album, subject to the limitations of internet access, technology, time and patience. We were calling this trip "From Timbuktu to Kathmandu" as we were planning on traveling with Wes and Susan, friends we met on our West Africa tour. Unfortunately that plan did not work out, but it is a big world and much to see and we will find another place and time to tour with our favorite travel buddies (um... Stan & Lisa - we of course mean co-favorites). Heading to the airport soon - looking forward to getting there, but not looking forward to the next 24 hours or so of airports and economy class seats. Stay tuned.