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Photo boy strikes again

May 19, 2006

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Photos from our brief trip to Croatia.

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Dubrovnik, Croatia

May 10, 2006

View from my balconyI have been trying to visit Croatia for a little more than 2 years, and after several aborted efforts I am finally here. The drive in from the airport was beautiful. The photo is a portion of the view from my balcony. I wonder if I am too late to buy land here? Sadly, I am only here in Dubrovnik for 2 nights and then we take the overnight ferry to Italy.

Back in the USA (sort of)

May 9, 2006

Cinnamon RollsThose are some fine Cinnamon rolls. Soyan made them for a brunch for her friends from BBS. They typify all that I have been savoring on my short trip home.

I have been back in the US for 3 weeks seeing friends, watching TV, eating well, buying technology toys and generally savoring all that is “home” such as it is, since I am homeless. I am sorry I am not more caught up on email, photos or the blog. Somehow having more time to do all this has made me less motivated! I will make an effort to catch up as soon as I am back from today’s trip. Soyan and I leave on a quick business trip to Croatia and Italy in a few hours.

I still owe lots of people pictures and stories from Morocco, but in the meantime here are some new photos from Namibia and Capetown.

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