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Coreyoria World Tour

“All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.”

Bad news.

Ugh. Bad news indeed. Something erroneous happened with both my application and Amy's over at Israel Outdoors. After much of what seemed like a wild goose chase to get a hold of someone, we were informed the other day via e-mail, that we are "no longer applied." It's too late now to try to fix this because the registration date has passed. So it looks like we're up shit's creek. And we're not going to Israel this December, which is disappointing. I realize, though, that these things happen for a reason and I am going to have to think of it that way. Look at my Europe trip, for example. Things fell apart horribly the first time I planned the trip, but look how wonderfully things ended up working out. Nevertheless, I will plan on trying to travel there this summer instead, provided it works out. Where's a cheap place I can travel this winter? All I know is that the frustration and complexity of planning a trip usually ends up being worth it and then some. Let's hope that's the case.

Until next time,
Cor
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