And Then There Were 7…

I just realized that title could set people thinking in the wrong direction. No, we’re not adding another Andrus to the 6 (Tom and I might have to be committed if that were the case), but we’ve added a seventh traveler to our posse for the first leg of our South American adventure. Only a…

Barely Maintaining My Weight in Tunisia

Anne took the kids to find a seat and I ordered two different pizzas with the fewest ingredients on them, a few of the kids favorite backpacker food, chocolate pancakes, a chicken dish for Anne and sandwiches for me and Dax…. I looked around at what the locals were eating and our tuna pizza was not an aberration, almost all their dishes can be covered in canned tuna and many of the locals did…. These light green giant beans were the size of my thumbs I am not sure if these were fava beans, the locals just called them “legumes,” and they where a tasty addition to an otherwise bland meal.Tunisia was only the second place where everyone in the family struggled with food, the first was Cambodia…. (No the french is kicking in.) After the first week of struggling to find a local dish or fast food we liked, I finally gave in and started ordering the same food each day from a local cafe.