About

1. The Short and Sweet Version

Welcome to Four Camels and a Coffee To Go,

This is the story of our blended family in Canada and what happens when 2 (addicted to travel) meet 4 (didn’t know they were addicted to travel) = 6; all of whom now love to travel! One, some or all of us have gone from Canada to Cambodia, Maine to Morocco, Pleasant Bay to Peru, Greece to Guatemala, USA to Uganda, Italy to India and hopefully many more destinations in our future. Join us as our blended family continues their journey as 2 of us spread out to Egypt while 4 remain in Canada – we may be far apart but we are still close in our hearts πŸ™‚

Hope you enjoy our stories and our pics of the usual and the unusual as we move on with our journey.

Happy travels,

Cheryl, Chris, Erin, Allyson, Jade and Abby πŸ˜‰

2. The Longer but Still Sweet Version

Welcome to Four Camels and a Coffee To Go,

My name is Cheryl and I am a mom, an obsessed traveller and a teacher. I used to be many things such as a lawyer, a United Nations volunteer, an English teacher, a youth justice worker but most importantly, I was always a traveller.

I began travelling when I was in high school when I took 2 European trips to Greece, Austria, Switzerland and Germany. From that point on, I was hooked. When I finished high school, I did a Rotary exchange and lived in Holland for a year while I attended school and worked at a Turkish day care.

Through out university, I went to Suriname, French Guiana, Trinidad and Belize via Canadian Crossroads International. When I finished my degrees and was officially a lawyer, I worked with the UN in Cambodia for a year setting up the country for its first election since the Killing Fields years. After returning to Canada for a short stint at CARE Canada, I returned to South Africa and Mozambique to work with the UN again.

After that, I taught English in South Korea, travelled again through southeast Asia (Vietnam, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand), lived in Lesotho (visited Namibia, Swaziland, South Africa), and then returned to Canada to settle down and raise a family. I ended up in Prince Edward Island and became a teacher. I taught for 9 years and there, I met Chris and we began to raise our 4 girls together.

Through the years, we have travelled together as a family to the States (NYC, Boston, Florida), throughout Canada as well as to Guatemala, Holland, Morocco, Colombia and Peru. We have survived a sandstorm in the Sahara, an invasion of red ants in the Guatemalan jungle, the most dangerous snake in Peru and the invasion of the cowboys in Jardin, Colombia.

Presently, our blended family is extra mixed up as 2 of us live in Cairo where I teach at an international school and 4 of us remain in Canada.

Hope you enjoy our stories and pictures of the usual and the unusual. We would love for you to join us on our journey.

Happy travels too,

Cheryl, Chris and the girls πŸ™‚

113 comments

  1. fromdreamtoplan · April 29, 2016

    Happy to have found your blog! I’m also a travel lover so reading your posts will definitely be inspiring! πŸ™‚

    https://fromdreamtoplan.wordpress.com/

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  2. Sadie Ghiz · March 13, 2016

    Hi Mrs. Clark!
    I don’t know if you remember me or not, but I am Sadie Ghiz, one of many grade 3 students that you taught when you were lived in PEI. I would love to hear from you! I left my email in the email box!
    Hope to hear from you!
    Sadie

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    • lovetotrav · April 1, 2016

      Hi Sadie! Of course I remember you so well. I am so happy you found me here. I haven’t been blogging very much as teaching has taken over my life as well as travelling during my holidays. Life is always interesting in Egypt. I will check for your email. Have a great day and take care! I will send you an email. Ms. Cheryl (my teaching name here… they don’t use last names here!)

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  3. Shelley @Travel-Stained · February 16, 2016

    Wonderful, multi-continent, multi-experience story! We visited Egypt at the end of 2012 during a RTW, and it certainly wasn’t an easy country then…can’t imagine what it must be like now? Look forward to reading more! πŸ™‚

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  4. Manja Mexi Movie · December 16, 2015

    Not an award, just a notification that your blog made it into my top ten blog list for 2015. YEAH! Looking forward for what comes next. Here is the list:

    https://dailypost.wordpress.com/2015/12/16/best-blogs-of-2015/#comment-660572

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    • lovetotrav · April 1, 2016

      OH my goodness! Thank you so much. I have been away for awhile as work suddenly took over my life but I hope to return soon to my life as a blogger. I miss it πŸ™‚

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      • Manja Mexi Movie · April 1, 2016

        I swear that I thought about you just an hour or so ago. I’m glad I’ve summoned you πŸ™‚ And hope you’ll return soon indeed. Wishing you well!

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      • lovetotrav · April 1, 2016

        Thank you so much. Many smiles from Egypt, Cheryl πŸ™‚

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  5. Amie's Goodness!!! · September 15, 2015

    I am in love with your blogs!!! I always wanted to travel around the world. And now I am daydreaming through your blogs!!!

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    • lovetotrav · September 15, 2015

      Thank you so much. I really appreciate that so much πŸ™‚ I hope you get to travel as well!

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  6. AnnaJ · September 14, 2015

    Interesting! Glad I stumbled upon your blog.I’ll join your travels with my ‘coffee to-go’. πŸ™‚

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    • lovetotrav · November 7, 2015

      Thank you so much. Sorry it took so long to respond. Adjusting to living here and working as well has taken some time and my blog has taken a back seat to all of it.

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  7. lifeafter9to5 · August 26, 2015

    I wanted to let you know that I am nominating you for the Liebster Award.I love reading all your stories from your travel. I know your policy about an award free blog, so please don’t feel obligated to do anything. I just want to let you know you’re doing a great job! (http://lifeafter9-5.com/2015/08/26/nominated-for-the-liebster-award/)

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    • lovetotrav · August 28, 2015

      Oh my goodness… you made me smile πŸ™‚ Thank you so much for thinking about me. I appreciate it πŸ™‚ Have a great day.

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  9. lexklein · August 24, 2015

    Found you via a common mention on The Snow Melts Somewhere blog … we have some similarities yet many differences that will make reading your blog fun!

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    • lovetotrav · August 28, 2015

      Thanks for dropping by. I will be sure to check your’s out as well! πŸ™‚

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  10. The A Blog · June 22, 2015

    Hey! I have nominated you for the Infinity Dream Award πŸ™‚ ❀

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    • lovetotrav · June 22, 2015

      Ahhh thanks so much and I do appreciate you thinking of me. I have an award free blog as I feel rewarded enough when anyone drops by and reads a post or two! πŸ™‚ Have a great day.

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  11. Cindy · June 18, 2015

    IGNORE EVERYTHING YOU READ NEXT… (I literally just saw your award free zone warning sign! 😧 Hey, just know I thought of you..😊) I nominated you for the “Real Inspiring Blogger Award!” YAY! πŸŽ‰The “to do” list for this award is pretty easy, you basically just pass the award on to ten of your favorite bloggers. 😘 The “logo” and cut’n’ paste directions are on my home page at the bottom if you’re interested. πŸ‘ Congrats!

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    • lovetotrav · June 18, 2015

      Thanks for thinking of me though. I do appreciate it.

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      • Cindy · June 18, 2015

        You need a “brave traveler award!” Wonder if that exists…? BTW, was going to mention that my step father’s daughter went to Dubai to teach several years ago. She initially went on her own, her husband joining her later after he found a decent job there. They have loved it, absolutely loved it..and there is quite a tight little community of teachers that stick together- I’m not sure they will ever move back to the US..haha. And yes, they have 5 grown kids over here…they are able to get home about 3 times a year.

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      • lovetotrav · June 18, 2015

        That sounds wonderful. So happy to hear of situations that work out successfully. Yes, there are some major holidays when you can travel back home or elsewhere. That is an upside to teaching overseas… the holidays are even better than home. And we have good ones here at home as well.

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  13. baliinfoblog · June 8, 2015

    wow, I can;t wait to read more! You are definitely someone after my own heart! I went to Cairo many years ago, and found it to be a crazy place. I will be interested to hear your thoughts on the place

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    • lovetotrav · June 8, 2015

      Thanks! I know it will be crazy if anything but I guess we are in for an adventure and I don’t like boring! We may head out your way for some downtime though. πŸ™‚

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      • baliinfoblog · June 8, 2015

        I also do not like boring! Egypt was one of the first places I traveled to outside Europe and found it quite hard to handle, being a young blond girl travelling alone. I would probably have a totally different experience now

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      • lovetotrav · June 8, 2015

        Yes, like India, probably not a great place to start!

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      • baliinfoblog · June 8, 2015

        Yes, I agree!

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  14. Cindy · June 5, 2015

    ..and to think I patted myself on the back for flying from Charlotte to St. Louis! (Recovering from a serious, 25 year case, of fear of flying)

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    • lovetotrav · June 5, 2015

      Congrats on flying after experiencing such a fear. We do understand the fear of flying however. We have one daughter with the phobia who has flown but definitely doesn’ t love it. It is a tough thing to deal with.

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  15. With all of your travels (and life going on around it) it’s wonderful to see that you have time to write! I’ve never been a big traveller but hence forth and forever more I’ll be following you – Vicarious Travels here I come! Thank you for sharing!

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  16. emilia m. · May 24, 2015

    Hi, I just nominated your blog for Liebster Award πŸ™‚
    Should you like to accept it – here it is : https://bookbug2012.wordpress.com/2015/05/24/the-liebster-award/

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    • lovetotrav · May 24, 2015

      Thanks so much! I really appreciate you nominating me πŸ˜‰ That is sweet. I have decided to go the “award free” route though (just recently) as my award is when people, like yourself, read my blogs and spend any time here. Thanks so much for thinking of me. That means a lot. Have a great day! Cheryl

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      • emilia m. · May 24, 2015

        You`re welcome πŸ™‚ And thank you for stopping by πŸ˜€

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  17. Itsmine · May 24, 2015

    I dont know you or anything about you, but i just love you !!!because you are travelling all over the world & its also my goal & destiny!!

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    • lovetotrav · May 24, 2015

      Thanks! I hope you too get to travel someday in your future. Start out small around where you live and branch out to further as you can.

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      • Itsmine · May 24, 2015

        yes,According to me travelling around the world is the only source to get practical knowledge/wisdom!! Thanks!

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  18. Girl Gone Expat · May 22, 2015

    What a great name you have for the blog:)

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    • lovetotrav · May 22, 2015

      Ahhhh thanks. My kids thought I was nuts as I spent a lot of time “playing” with names. The coffee is for my husband who needs a coffee intravenous each morning in order to get moving. I don’t even drink coffee but it seemed to suit with the camels as well.

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      • Girl Gone Expat · May 22, 2015

        I fully understand your husband. Nothing happens here in the morning before there is a smell of coffee in the air:)

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      • Ellen Hawley · May 23, 2015

        I like the title as well, although having moved to Britain we’re committed tea drinkers now.

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      • lovetotrav · May 23, 2015

        I am too… having just finished my third cup of tea for the day and it is not yet noon!

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  19. holley4734 · May 19, 2015

    Hi. I just wanted to tell you how much I love your main photo. It looks like you guys have fun. πŸ™‚ Or most of the time. And probably have fascinating stories. Thanks for following & visiting! I will be back often to read about your adventures. πŸ™‚ – Holley

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    • lovetotrav · May 19, 2015

      Yes, usually fun or at least sometime after the adventure. That pic was taken just before a sandstorm hit but thankfully it stopped in the middle of the night and we could sleep outside in the desert and see the stars in the sky.

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      • holley4734 · May 19, 2015

        It sounds awful and yet wonderful. πŸ™‚ Love it!

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      • lovetotrav · May 19, 2015

        Yes, the awful was the sand in the food and in every part of our body and the wonderful was when it was over and knowing we had experienced it. πŸ™‚

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      • holley4734 · May 19, 2015

        It’s not something you experience every day. Like errands. (Boring & necessary. I got my oil changed today – boring & necessary.)

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  20. Saba-Thambi · May 18, 2015

    Wow that is alot of travels.
    Keep travelling and keep us informed.

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  21. Janice Wald · May 18, 2015

    Thank you for visiting my blog this weekend. I appreciate you dropping by.
    Janice

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    • lovetotrav · May 18, 2015

      You are welcome. I always find it very useful, intriguing and learn something new. πŸ™‚

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  22. fifi + hop · May 18, 2015

    Your travels are inspiring..having just started my own family travel blog, looking forward to reading more :).

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    • lovetotrav · May 18, 2015

      Thank you. I wish I had started earlier (only 3 months ago I began) when the kids were younger and I remembered more!!!

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      • fifi + hop · May 18, 2015

        I hear you! Wish I had started earlier too, but at least we started..

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  23. Donna · May 16, 2015

    What an interesting life you have lived and I will be checking out your posts to see what I can learn from your travels. Love to see lots of photos.

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    • lovetotrav · May 16, 2015

      Thanks so much πŸ˜‰ Hopefully more photos to arrive this summer when we move to Cairo and then travel from there.

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  24. goannasnake · May 15, 2015

    Thanks for visiting and following Flying Goannas. I hope you enjoy our travels. I’m checking out yours now.

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  25. The Little Butch That Could (TLBTC) · May 15, 2015

    Hey there! I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. No worries if you’re not into doing these awards, I just think your blog is great and wanted more people to know that!
    Here’s the page: https://rmiles74.wordpress.com/2015/05/15/versatile-blogger-award/

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    • lovetotrav · May 15, 2015

      Ahhh shucks πŸ™‚ and thank you so much. I really appreciate the compliment. I kind of suck at these things so can I graciously accept the compliment without forwarding it on? I hope you understand. In the meantime, you made me smile on what has been a kind of “frowny” day so major thanks for that too! I am happy we have “met”.

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      • The Little Butch That Could (TLBTC) · May 15, 2015

        No worries! Hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend! Cheers.

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      • lovetotrav · May 15, 2015

        You too. Have fun trying a new beer or two.

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  26. jules · May 15, 2015

    Wow. And I thought I had travelled! Interesting blog with lots to read.

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  27. wisemonkeysabroad · May 14, 2015

    Thanks for paying a visit to ours and introducing us to yours! Well Cheryl, we had to follow your blog! We have travel in common and that is usually enough for us to follow… but the fact you are a teacher as well (David is a teacher too), made us doubly sure we were following a very like minded person πŸ™‚

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    • lovetotrav · May 14, 2015

      Thanks. I look forward to reading more about your travels too. Have a great day! πŸ™‚

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  28. Jackie · May 11, 2015

    Thank you for visiting my blog! I appreciate it very much. πŸ™‚

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  29. LDG luciledegodoy · May 9, 2015

    What a fascinating, inspiring and adventurous life. I could not miss your next steps at all. A follow was a must.
    Cheers.

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    • lovetotrav · May 10, 2015

      Thank you so much πŸ™‚ I look forward to reading more about your life as well.

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  30. The Little Butch That Could (TLBTC) · May 6, 2015

    Thank you so much for the follow of my blog. I look forward to reading more of your posts as well. Blessing to you and your family along your many journeys. Peace.

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  31. unfinishedtravel · May 6, 2015

    Thanks for following along on my adventures. Can’t wait to see where your travels take you!

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  32. La Sabrosona · May 5, 2015
    • lovetotrav · May 5, 2015

      Ahhh… I am turning a shade of salsa red with a little green mixed in for some added colour! Thanks for the award and the compliments πŸ™‚ I will do my best to forward it on (but that is not my strength area) as I am a tad shy πŸ™‚

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      • La Sabrosona · May 5, 2015

        You’re welcome my friend. And no pressure at all to pass it on. Just accept the award (don’t trip on your gown) and then get the heck off the stage lol! Oh wait…you already did get on the stage, give thanks, and get behind the curtain…no worries at all. It’s yours to do with what you please πŸ™‚

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      • lovetotrav · May 5, 2015

        You are so sweet and funny. I think I will accept it from you (so thank you very much) and get off the stage right away as you suggest. I feel more comfortable doing that. But I really really appreciate you and your support always!!!

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      • La Sabrosona · May 5, 2015

        Awwwwwwwww. I just wanna keep saying that awwwwww YOU are a sweetheart and super smart and quite accomplished I might add (hello lawyer πŸ˜‰ and I’m officially a lovetotrav fan; my pleasure to give support.

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      • lovetotrav · May 5, 2015

        Awww right back at you. I wrote a post today which you inspired in more ways than one. Why I Am Thankful Today…

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      • La Sabrosona · May 5, 2015

        My internet’s been wonky today, I just read your post. Thank you so much!! I nominate people usually based on how often people visit and how engaged they are (supportive). There’s no need to feel like you’re slighting anyone. You can nominate quite a few people if you’d like.

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  33. Terri Webster Schrandt · May 4, 2015

    Wow! You have been all over! My husband is from an international family, German born father, Chilean-born mom, and he was born in Colombia! He’s traveled all over the world and I need to get out more πŸ™‚ I look forward to your posts!

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    • lovetotrav · May 4, 2015

      Thanks for dropping by. Yes, I have been travel obsessed all my life and have been fortunate to fulfill a lot of travel goals. Still have lots more though! Hope you too get to travel some if the opportunity is there. Have a great day. πŸ™‚

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  34. nomadsojourn · April 20, 2015

    You have an amazing backstory. Thank you for following! πŸ™‚

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    • lovetotrav · April 20, 2015

      You are very welcome. I look forward to reading more.

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  35. snowsomewhere · April 10, 2015

    I can’t wait to dive into your blog when I have a nice spare moment! Your life seems very international! I’m intrigued!

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    • lovetotrav · April 10, 2015

      Thank you. It is about to take a turn to more interesting when life in Cairo begins in August with my teen daughter.

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  36. Paige Hamilton · April 3, 2015

    Hi, Cheryl! Love your blog … definitely brings out the travel bug in me! Currently, I’m a mostly a wanna-be traveler. Can you believe I have a passport that has never ever been used … not even once?! Crazy! Alas, money and opportunity have never presented themselves together, but I am praying that one day soon I will be fortuitous enough to have those two travel necessities to align so that I can venture out into some of the exotic places I have longed to see. I have actually done quite a bit of traveling around the US, but for years my desire has been to go to other places worldwide. Oddly enough, one of the places high on my bucket list of trips is Prince Edward Island. πŸ™‚ Almost like I’m coming full-circle by reading your blog!

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    • lovetotrav · April 3, 2015

      It is so nice to hear from you Paige. Some people will say you can travel without much money but I don’t necessarily agree if planes are involved. The cost of flying is expensive and especially for a family. We felt that we really had to scrimp to make Peru happen last summer and even then, financially it was a hard trip for us with 2 of our girls with us. It was much easier time and money wise when I was travelling alone. I hope that you get the chance to see PEI. It is gorgeous and easy to get around due to its size. If you ever go, please get to Basin Head Provincial Park or otherwise known as Singing Sands… the sand makes a sound when you step on it. Try to avoid Cavendish Beach which is so overrun with tourists and locals know not to go. There are so many others to choose from. I hope your passport gets used sometime soon. Wishing you happy travels outside US someday, Cheryl (but we love the States as well as my husband is a Boston addict and San Fran is one of my top 3 cities in the world. And of course, NY is so much fun too. )

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  37. joannesisco · April 3, 2015

    You have certainly led one interesting life!! You’ve already packed in more adventure than most people do in a lifetime!! Best wishes for many more great adventures ahead!!

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    • lovetotrav · April 3, 2015

      Thank you so much. I guess I get bored easily but I did stay in PEI for 15 years teaching. My longest stretch so far. Cheryl

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  38. MittenGirl · April 1, 2015

    Great blog, Cheryl. I love your point of view and look forward to many interesting posts in my feed!

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    • lovetotrav · April 1, 2015

      Thanks so much for dropping by and for the follow. It seems it will be an interesting blogging month and as I am a newbie, well this is all new to me! Cheryl

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  39. thatssojacob · March 30, 2015

    Hey there Cheryl! I’m doing a project where I’m following ten exciting, fresh, and interesting bloggers each day for the month of March 2015, and you’re today’s #6! Feel free to come visit me when you can at http://www.thatssojacob.wordpress.com, and follow if you like what you read. Have a good one!

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    • lovetotrav · March 30, 2015

      Thanks for visiting. I will check your blog out as well. Happy blogging, Cheryl

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  40. Caitlin The Teen Daydreamer · March 28, 2015
    • lovetotrav · March 29, 2015

      I would normally Caitlin but I am already in a challenge A to Z for the month of April which requires me to blog everyday on a topic beginning with a different letter of the alphabet. Good luck and have fun with it. Happy blogging, Cheryl

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      • Caitlin The Teen Daydreamer · March 29, 2015

        Oh ok! Good luck with your challenge! πŸ™‚

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  41. jazzwilks · March 25, 2015

    Sounds interesting, I will try and keep up! Thanks for the follow!

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    • lovetotrav · March 25, 2015

      You are very welcome. You have had a very interesting travelling life; which I hope my daughter soon has in Egypt as well.

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      • jazzwilks · March 25, 2015

        Thank you, how old are your daughters?

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      • lovetotrav · March 25, 2015

        I have 4 daughters – a blended family – one is 12, 15 and the two older ones are in university and just finished. The 15 year old will move with me to Cairo when I begin teaching at an international school and attend that one. She would be jealous of you – always wanted me to homeschool her and travel πŸ™‚

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      • jazzwilks · March 25, 2015

        I hope she really enjoys Cairo!

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  42. clara@expatpartnersurvival.com · March 23, 2015

    Ooooh sounds interesting. One of our teachers here at my daughter’s school used to be a teacher at an international school in Cairo. And when we move to South Africa this summer, they’ll both be going to an American international school there. Will follow your progress with interest.

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    • lovetotrav · March 23, 2015

      I would like to hear your adventures in South Africa as well. I used to live in Jo’burg but worked in the townships outside of them to the east during the election when Mandela went in. South Africa should be interesting. Happy travels, Cheryl

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      • clara@expatpartnersurvival.com · March 23, 2015

        Thanks have been having a quick browse through your blog. Love the picture of the queue of people waiting to vote. It’s certainly going to be an interesting country to live in although not without its challenges. ..which I am sure you will also find true of Cairo!

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      • lovetotrav · March 23, 2015

        Yes, I am sure we are both in for a bit of a ride as it always is when you move. πŸ™‚

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  43. lovetotrav · March 22, 2015

    Thank you so much Caitlin! I feel very honored. I will now get my thinking cap on (once I find it!) and start thinking books and characters….which I love to do anyways. Have a great Sunday, Cheryl

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  44. Caitlin The Teen Daydreamer · March 22, 2015

    Hello! I’ve nominated you for the Daydreamer Award! Check it out here: https://theteendaydreamer.wordpress.com/2015/03/22/the-daydreamer-award-5/

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