As always, our travels have taught us countless lessons. And since we love learning … here are our favorite “Aha! Moments.”
Early next week we’re traveling by bus to Mostar, Bosnia, and because it’s in a different country, it takes a little planning. And as you might expect, we have some experience with this sort of thing, so we usually know how to proceed.
Today, the Gallivance Blog is officially one year old. On this day, one year ago, we couldn’t have been busier or more excited.
This is a “good news, bad news” story. The good news is that we had a very cool South Carolina license plate for our car … and now we have a nifty, new, Georgia tag. The bad news is that we had to go to the DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) to get it. Moving …
In a previous post, I discussed the usefulness of duct tape when traveling. Duct tape is the ultimate improvisation tool. However, and some devotees would disagree, it can’t do everything.
First, I would like to thank all my family and friends that sent kind words and well wishes for my speedy recovery. I can report that I think I’ve turned the corner, and am beginning to be human again.
This post began life as a missive on the usefulness of duct tape for travel repairs, but at press time, we received the following comment