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Forming a Nation

Sick of the office and the feeling that everyday is a sad, cyclical routine? Are after-work drinks the highlight of your day? The feeling is shared around the world, no matter what country you're from. The world continues to contract and pretty soon nothing will be new. There is still time though...

We want to get you out of your cubicle and onto the dirt roads of countries you would have never dreamed of visiting, and all for a good cause! Life should be filled with adventure, not monotony!

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Day 7 - Boujdour - Dakhla, Morocco

Sunday, 27 December 2009 - 16:42

Engrossing stuff. Jimmy's one-upper personality trait could always be counted on to excite John. Such profound philosophizing filled our long days in the car. Today looked to be especially so. We were we limping along in search of the nearest town with tires. It appeared that John and I, being his constant inhabitants, had rubbed off on Red Rover. Reflecting our shared disposition, he obstinately refused to retain the air we continually pumped into his leaking tire.

Day 6 - El Ouatia, Morocco

Thursday, 24 December 2009 - 17:42

Today begins our voyage through the Sahara or, more specifically, the Sahara Occidental. Many think of the desert as dull, uninteresting, uneventful, and, if given the chance, would opt to never visit it. Discovery channel, in contrast, tells you other things at variance with such preconceptions. The desert, it says, is teeming with life and excitement. From our first day in the desert, I would strike a middle ground and encourage all who will listen that it is an experience that should be had, if not only once.