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February 8, 2008

next steps

to give everyone an idea about what's next for me... here's a little time line.

this is our last week in chincha, peru.
on monday we go for debrief for 4 days in lima... a little rest and relaxation and a time to decompress the first month! i cannot wait to take a standing up shower and sleep in a bed... it'll be really good!!!!

then on the 15th we head to the jungle in iquitos. we will have to fly by plane...because that's the only way you can get there! haha. we will be living on a barge for the next weeks on the amazon river. still don't know all the details, but it will be buggy. it will be hot. and i'm sure it will be rainy. it'll be challenging and awesome all at the same time.

then from there we will go to bolivia the next month....

then tentatively after bolivia-- we will head to africa then there we will go to - south africa & swaziland (which i'm pumped about going back to!!!!), mozambique. then tentatively in the summer asia! thailand (i really really really hope i get to go here), perhaps india, nepal.....but then again depending how the world works this is all TENTATIVE! no expectations.

just thought i'd give you guys a taste of maybe what's to come!

Posted by jennifer at February 8, 2008 9:21 AM


I've heard from some rather well-traveled friends that Bolivia is one of the most visually beautiful places in the world with constantly changing natural scenery. Apparently, it is also a bit off the standard tourist trail.

Posted by: Anthony at February 9, 2008 8:37 AM

really!? bolivia... that's awesome. i have no idea what to expect there. no idea what it's like. all i know right now is that we are on the desert coast IN THE DESERT. i can't wait to see some green. hehe.

Posted by: jen at February 9, 2008 3:44 PM

Hey frodo! keep posting. I love hearing that you are up to. We send you love from the mitten. ps- it's -1 today and windchills of like -25. Take care!


Posted by: ridera at February 11, 2008 10:58 AM

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