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by jleving | January 5, 2009 at 6:53 PM
I have a travel/general blog, though I don't update it as often as I should.
Check it out:
Thanks for sharing the link and your many high adventures! Any travel plans in the works?
RIght now I'm pretty much focused on trying to finish and pay for college, but I might intern at The Jerusalem Post this summer. If I do that, hopefully I'll be able to sneak in a couple of side trips.
Thank you for sharing with us. Where is your favorite place to travel? I do not keep a blog but I try to publish my travel journals. Here is my article from Kenya and one about Brazil .
I'm glad you liked it. I love your journal articles. I don't think I have a favorite place to travel...I'm always eager to go somewhere new! I've still never been to Asia or South America, so I hope to experiences those places someday. What about you?
Be sure to let us know when you give it an update.I love it! Jenna i looked at yours,Jenna, on Kenya too.Sure we drive on the left side of the road.I felt the same way as you did when i went to Mexico City.In fact every time i took a cab i found myself taking the driver's seat! : < ))
Enjoy your safaris!
I enjoyed your blog, both the commentary and photographs. You express yourself well. I have a passion for travel, but am not able to do the globetrotting. And so I enjoy visiting blogs like yours!
I'm so happy you all enjoyed reading! Now I feel inspired to actually update the blog sometime soon. I'll be sure to post here when I do.
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