Luke Jumping in Portugal
Every time I upload a new album of travel photos I’ll post the link here. They’ll be in one or both of two places:
I have loads of photos hosted on this website: https://lukeburrage.com/photos/index.php?album=travel_photos These are sorted first by continent, then by country, then by city or visit. Also you can find the International Mugshots Gallery which consists of Pola and I taking the same photo of ourselves pretty much everywhere we visit.
I also put some recent albums on Sosauce.com: http://www.sosauce.com/user9620/albums/ including photos from my trips to Africa and Portugal, and a day with Pola on the beach.
Pola on the beach.
I travel a lot as a professional juggler, and as of this year I’ve visited every continent. If you want to see all (or most of) the places I’ve visited, I keep track using the footprints feature at Sosauce.com:
I’m also trying out a service at Sosauce.com that lets you record and share your trips, so I’ve loaded up my next trip to South America:
I’ve been to all these destinations before (I’ve been to Buenos Aires and Montevideo more times than I care to count) but I’m looking forward to revisiting them all. For example, I’ve been to see the Magellanic Penguins and the Rock Hopper Penguins on the Falkland Islands, but not the King Penguin rookery.
On my Sosauce.com trips page you can also find the route of my last trip http://www.sosauce.com/trip/1318 which took me to East Africa, and earlier interesting trip routes. Eg. Pola and I went to Antarctica, and you can see exactly where we visited here: http://www.sosauce.com/trip/1319
Yup, everything seems to be working. Now I’ll make one post per topic to bring everyone up to speed on my life in 2009.
This is my new blog. Welcome, intrepid visitor.
I’ve decided to make a blog where I can share all my current projects, no matter the subject or flavour. You can subscribe to the blog just by sticking https://lukeburrage.com/blog/feed in your feed reader, but you might not be interested in everything.
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