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Separated: What It’s like Being Without the Other Guy Since Getting Home

  Almost two years, attached at the hip to one friend by adventure and necessity, and then he was just…gone. Halleluiah! I thought. It was glorious. There I was — sitting in my own bed, in my own room, with … Continue reading

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Remembering Why We Travel

All I wanted to do was read my book. It was over a hundred degrees, I was tired from cycling, and I looked forward to getting lost into a novel for a few hours. While bicycling across Central Asia, my … Continue reading

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The Best Books We’ve Read on this Trip

  Part of what this trip entails is unbelievable amounts of downtime. Whether it’s killing those last daylight hours before crashing in our sleeping bags, or spending an afternoon in a café waiting for an interview, we often find ourselves … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Bromance

Most friendships have a time and place that define them. Contexts to give them structure. People tend to compartmentalize their social networks, taking individuals in measured doses. There might be a buddy for beer drinking. A co-worker to gossip with. … Continue reading

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Three Strange and Humorous Tales from India’s Heartland

This last bike tour, a 10 day haul from Nagpur to Jaipur, may have been our most memorable yet. Not all, mind you, was memorable in a good way. Our groins are aching from hundreds of kilometers of potholed roads, … Continue reading

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