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When we blog, the date that appears is the date the entry is posted. Our itinerary below gives the actual dates of where we are – or plan to be. For example, we're in Ottawa as we post this -- and soon will be on our way to Iceland.

Please send us your own experiences – and suggestions – for travel in these places.

Oct 7-8Atlanta
Oct 9-10Gee’s Bend, Alabama
Oct 11-12Atlanta
Oct 13-16Toronto
Oct 17-20Kinngait (Cape Dorset), Nunavut
Oct 21-23Ottawa
Oct 24-Nov1Iceland
Nov 2-7Scotland
Nov 8-17Liverpool and Wales
Nov 18-24Ireland
Nov 25-Dec 1London
Dec 2-17Italy (San Vicenzo, Camaldoli, Ravenna – and other places in the north)
Dec 18-Jan 6Poland (Krakow, Krosno, Czestochowa, Warsaw)

Up to this point, our itinerary is fairly firmly set. Below becomes a rough estimate of what we think might transpire.

Jan 7-12Istanbul
Jan 13-20Cairo and Luxor (Mt. Sinai?)
Jan 21-Feb 4Kenya (Red Rhino Orphanage)
Feb 5-Feb 11 Ethiopia
Feb 12-17Tanzania
Feb 18-23Niger
Feb 24-28India…
Feb 29-Mar 5 Dharamsala
Mar 6-13Kathmandu, Nepal
Mar 14-20Tamil Nada (Shantivanam)
Mar 21-26Laos
Mar 27-Apr 3Cambodia (Angkor Wat, Phnum Penh, Siem Reap)
Apr 4-11Viet Nam (Hoi An)
Apr 12-18Taipei, Taiwan

April 19- May 3Back to Big Sur?

May 4-14Australia
May 15-24New Zealand

May 25Back home.

Later in the summer...a road trip to the Southwest?

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Looks pretty boring. Sure glad I don't have to go to all those places and see all that boring stuff.

October 22, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterDavid

Chris/Debi - this is so cool to read about your travel/adventure. I personally have never blogged or had the time, but am trying to keep up with your trip. Great free education for me.
I love the sculpture Isaci Etidloi calls a man could die any time.
Everything is good here in the hood. The only art work I see from afar at your place is the new "sharks territory" sign in the TV room window :-)
Take care, Kathleen

October 23, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

Looks fabulous you guys -- let me know when Taiwan is coming up on your radar -- my best friend from college lives there -- I think you'd all really like one another.
And wow -- I'm so happy for you both -- what an adventure!

October 24, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterCharlotte

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