1 – Our Very First Scam – Marrakech & Casablanca, Morocco …

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Funky keyboards, a scam at teatime and cool people on the train ? Tutti and Josh
get an interesting welcome to Morocco.

14 – Hiking Tiger Leaping Gorge – Yunnan Province, China …

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Reading a guidebook before could've taught Tutti that you don't chuck your
cold-weather clothes before getting to China.

7 – Heartfelt People & Visa Hell – Konya & Ankara, Turkey …

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Tutti's Thailand passport presents a few problems in Turkey, and she still can't
quite get used to cups of tea appearing from out of nowhere.

12 – From Religion to Tunnel Rats in Vietnam – Searching for …

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Viet Cong tunnels have been widened by about 30% to "accommodate western sizes",
as Tutti finds during her stay over Liberation Day.

5 – The Art & Culture Tour – Madrid, Barcelona & Figureres, Spain …

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Spain is home to amazing architecture and the paintings of renown artists, but
some of the most interesting work is hidden in a Barcelona hotel room.

3 – Tales of the Alhambra – Spain – Searching for Something …

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Going from style to vile is as simple as crossing the Strait of Gibraltar, and
a look in the mirror is all Tutti needs to feel like a backpacker.

21 – Homeward Bound – Beijing & Xi’an, China – Searching for …

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Beijing and Xi'an are the last stops before Tutti and Josh head back to San
Francisco, and no, they aren't going to stay to linger over the Terracotta Army.

Searching for Something #20: Into the Great Wide Open – Gobi Desert and Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia

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A camping/driving trip from Ulaan Baatar to the Gobi Desert and back is full of locals, animals, huge tracts of land, and mutton overload.

Searching for Something #21: Homeward Bound – Beijing and Xi\’an, China

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Beijing and Xi’an are the last stops before Tutti and Josh head back to San Francisco, and no, they aren’t going to stay to linger over the Terracotta Army.

Searching for Something #18: The Roof of the World- Tibet

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The ubiquitous police presence in Tibet has Tutti glad the cops can’t read English, but where they are suspicious, the Tibetans are welcoming.