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Mongol Rally: How To Drive 7,000 Miles Without A Clutch

4 Tips for Booking Cheap Flights (New 2020) I day I joined the Cads was my birthday and before the sun was high, my new team and I were racing our way across Kazakhstan in search of random adventures and misadventures. Honestly, life was pretty good. We were driving through some of the most beautiful

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Mongol Rally: Becoming A Cad

We were in a tiny backwoods town in Russian.  In less than a minute, everything had changed; our car was totaled, our spirits deflated, and our future looked bleak. We were no longer the Drama of Llama, but the Llama without Drama. A little known fun fact about me…. I was questioning this whole rally

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Mongol Rally: My Last Name is Perfect for Borders!

4 Tips for Booking Cheap Flights (New 2020) I have finally finished the Mongol Rally. Adventures like this is why I still love traveling! If you haven’t noticed, I am way behind on telling this tale of motoring mayhem. I barley done sharing what happened during week one. The reason I’m behind is simple. I’m exceptionally terrible

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The Day I Went to Lunch in the Back of A Russian Cop Car

4 Tips for Booking Cheap Flights (New 2020) It started out as another typical morning on the Mongol Rally; the Drama of Llama woke up in their car, in an empty parking lot, beside a gas station. The night before we had a laugh with the Georgian-Russian border guards as we crossed and today we

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Curious Sheperds, Stray dogs, and Mountainous Turkey

4 Tips for Booking Cheap Flights (New 2020) It’s week two of the Mongol Rally mayhem! Just so you are not worried, I wanted to inform you that I’m still alive and have avoided any substantial injuries. At the time of this writing, we have just left Cappadocia, one of the best things to do

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Week One of the Mongol Rally

Meeting Norbert for the first time felt like greeting an old friend.  Through all the Mongol Rally planning, updating, and drama; we had talked a lot, which made us both feel that we had already known one another for years. Throwing down my backpack, in our comfortable Go With Oh Apartment, we started talking about

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