Andy and Liza Jager met in Brazil in 1998. There they traveled together, fell in love and got married in 2000. They have always shared the love for exploring new cultures and learning languages. In 2006, they decided that it was time to leave everything behind and live everywhere. They traveled the world for 10 months, then moved back to the U.S. where they lived in San Francisco and Chicago before settling in their home in Oak Park, IL. They now travel with their two children, who also share their love of travel and exploring the new.  

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In 2006 and 2007 we left everything behind and traveled the world for ten months.

The people we met, the things we saw and what we learned will always be with us. 

Join us in our adventure through this site!

October 20, 2006

Madrid, October 4-8


As this is my first entry for the Web site, I will explain a little bit of how this works. The entries here are written by both Andy and Liza, in the case they were written by one or the other, authorship is indicated..

I began a journal in Madrid, but I had the misfortune of having it stolen, along with my jacket and guide book, in the Madrid train station. What follows here, is an attempt to recreate the entry about Madrid.

As I write this, the bus we are taking from Valencia to Barcelona is pulling out of the station. I will try to relate a few of my thoughts from Madrid, contained in the lost journal. Madrid, I admit, was n...

October 12, 2006

Valencia, October 8-11


For no other reason than a sense of intuition and directions on a map, I told Liza that I thought we should go to Valencia before heading to Barcelona on our way to Pamplona. She agreed, and I must say this was a very good choice, indeed! Before going on to describe it, I have to say that I really loved Valencia! It is a great middle-sized city on the Mediterranean coast with great weather, open and fun people and an aesthetic of decay and rebirth something like New Orleans. As it happened, we stumbled onto their biggest festival of the year, celebrating the expulsion of the Moors in something like 1287. We arrived in Vale...

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