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Heading North into Colombia: Gold, Rain, and Mud!

After our time in the Galapagos, it was time to trade in our boats for buses once again. We headed northwards towards the capital of Ecuador, Quito. Now Quito is one of the cooler places to visit in all of … Continue reading

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

We took this picture back at Angkor Wat in Cambodia… apparently they have a thing for growing four-leaf clovers. Hope everyone has a safe and fun St. Patrick’s Day!

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A Monkey Wrench in the Plans

Our trip around the world has thrown all sorts of surprises at us: elephants storming through our campsite, going to countries we didn’t plan on visiting, having complete strangers offer us shots of moonshine before noon… the list goes on … Continue reading

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Mini-Spanky Vol. 3: Asian Highlights

It’s been forever since Mini-Spanky has made an appearance on Travel Go Lucky, and he was dying to get some face time. Unfortunately, Taj Mahal was the second monument that specifically banned Mini-Spanky from making a visit. Be sure to … Continue reading

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Santa Claus and Roller Coasters

Flying in on an overnight flight from India, we arrived in Kuala Lumpur at the bright and early time of 5:45 am, took a one hour bus from the airport to the city center, found our guesthouse, and passed out. … Continue reading

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The Twelve Days of Christmas… Around the World!

Here’s the best we could come up for the twelve days of Christmas, covering a few of our favorite places and things we’ve seen so far on our trip! Twelve Flamingos Feeding, Eleven Penguins Playing, Ten Zebras Grazing, Nine Warriors … Continue reading

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Diwali: The Festival of Lights and Gambling for Good Luck in Delhi

Some of the most memorable moments of the trip are the spontaneous ones you had no idea would happen.  On a layover in Ethiopia when we flew from Kenya to Egypt, we met a wonderful gentleman name Ravi who is … Continue reading

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