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Jumping Around the World

It’s no secret, we love to travel. Somewhere around 2006 or so we started to express our love of travel by literally jumping for joy in our photos. It all began in Egypt actually with a group jumping shot in front of the Great Pyramid. Since then, we’ve been jumping around the world. Sometimes it […]

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Fillet mignon at Freemasons Hotel in Geraldton, Australia

My 10 Most Memorable Meals while Traveling

Food is always a big part of travel. After all, what you are eating is often defined by where you are and the experience of eating it is often one of the most memorable parts of being there.  Below are 10 of the most memorable meals I’ve enjoyed while traveling. Be prepared because this list […]

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Foreign Currency Collection

The 10 Most Interesting Foreign Currencies

Over the years we have been fortunate enough to visit some pretty interesting places.  In the beginning, we were eager to buy stuff everywhere we went.  But over time we’ve come to value different things and often don’t bring anything back at all anymore.  One souvenir we almost always do keep is a bit of […]

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Dinner at Le Meridien Hotel Mahe Seychelles

Mahe, Seychelles

I slept an anxious sleep last night thinking about having to leave this ship, this lifestyle and having to return to work and the bitter cold of NYC. We had to vacate our cabin by 8am and the ship by 10am, so the time between was spent eating and acting sad.  At 10am we reluctantly […]

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Palm tree on Anse d'Or Praslin Seychelles

Praslin, Seychelles & Last Day on the Silver Wind

Our last full day on the Silver Wind 🙁  The ship did try to make it to Le Digue again this morning but it was still unsafe so we were again anchored off of Praslin. As we had already explored this island, we were a bit lost as to what to do. We talked to […]

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Praslin Seychelles Car Rental Return

Vallée de Mai & Anse Lazio

Today we were set to anchor off of Le Digue, a remote island in the Seychelles, but the surf was too large to safely operate the tender boats to land. We would therefore be anchored off of Praslin and attempt to go to Le Digue tomorrow. Praslin is famous for nature reserve and UNESCO site […]

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