Let me start by saying that I am a Christian. I believe in God, and in the teachings of Jesus and I have read the Bible several times now. That doesn’t…
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Vicarious Travel Blog, Day 21: From Athens, the trip took them to the little island of Paros, somewhere in the Aegean Sea. From Athens, it was a 4 hours…
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Vicarious Travel Blog, Day 20: The kids arrived in Athens today. No, nobody lost any wallets or bags or phones today. At least I didn’t get a call about…
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Vicarious Travel Blog, Day 19: Some stories are so unbelievable, they must be true. This one is. Yesterday, Thomas and his girlfriend traveled by train…
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Vicarious Travel Blog, Days 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13: Thomas and his girlfriend are leaving my hometown tomorrow morning for Munich. For the past 6 days…
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Vicarious Travel Blog, Day 7: The kids are still in Chester. Today, they went to a zoo. I had no idea that in Chester, a town of around 90,000 people…
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Vicarious Travel Blog, Day 6: Tonight, the kids were treated to a football (soccer) game at a local pub. Personally, I think an English pub has to be…
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Vicarious Travel Blog, Day 5: I didn’t hear much today from Thomas and his girlfriend. I’m confident that this means that they’re doing ok. I got a text…
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Vicarious Travel Blog, Day 4: On this, the fourth day of travel, our fearless young globetrotters explored the area in and around Chester. Being with…
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Vicarious Travel Blog, Day 3: After only a day and a half, it was time to say good-bye to London and catch a train to the North of England. A delay got…
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Vicarious Travel Blog, Day 2: When they arrived in London around noon yesterday, they were exhausted. But as the jetlag protocol requires, nobody got…
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Vicarious Travel Blog, Day 1: Yesterday, my 20-year-old Thomas and his girlfriend of two years, Brie, started their 6 week trip around Europe. They left…
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