Throw Back Monday to Mongolia

2013, Travel

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It’s been awhile since I’ve posted an old travel photo.  This one is from Mongolia.  I’ve been thinking about a lot of my experience and lessons I learned while living here.  It’s helping me get into the proper mindset as I gear up for my next trip; this time to India.  I’ve always said that Mongolia is one of the most primitive places I’ve ever visited.  I know India will rival this testimony in many ways.  Have any of my readers been to India?  Any suggestions?

I leave at the end of this week and will be taking a short sabbatical from all things 21st Century and will return after Memorial Day.  Wish me luck!  🙂

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