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Ghanaian Ingenuity

What is going on here? That is a LPG (liquified petroleum gas) tank that has been fitted in the trunk of a taxi in Ghana. I just came across this yesterday in the taxi that took us into the field … Continue reading

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I should have brought my laptop to Berlin

because it is just way to difficult to type posts on an itouch. A quick update that doesn’t do the travel experience justice. We spent our last day in London walking around a bit more. Fortunately had met up with … Continue reading

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Flying to London – dated 5/20/10

Julia and I are all set! Sitting in Dulles awaiting our overnight flight to London. I tend to avoid flights to Dulles because of its location but it’s a pretty efficient airport. Traffic was a pain (my packing delays mandated … Continue reading

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Matt goes to Ghana?

Oh no. The Icelandic volcano ash is coming to Europe again. Airports in Ireland, Scotland, and the U.K. have already closed this week and the weather reports have ash moving towards London. But these predictions suggest that the U.K. will … Continue reading

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Saved by incompetence or Israel?

Two days ago, an Afriqiyah Airways plane crashed just short of the runway in Tripoli arriving from South Africa. As you may have heard, 113 passengers and crew perished in the crash. The sole survivor is a 10 year old … Continue reading

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I officially started this summer’s trek with a quick 55 min flight from Logan to Baltimore on JetBlue. I’ve been hating on JetBlue for a while – mainly because of their 30 min customer service wait times after the change … Continue reading

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