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SOJOURN

noun: a temporary stay

(Yeah, that was a new word for us too)

We spend about one to three months in any particular place, to really get to know the culture, food, people, climate, and landscape, without overstaying a visitor’s visa. 😉 Also, it gives our whole family something to call “home” for a while.

SOJOURN

noun: a temporary stay

(Yeah, that was a new word for us too)

We spend about one to three months in any particular place, to really get to know the culture, food, people, climate, and landscape, without overstaying a visitor’s visa. 😉 Also, it gives our whole family something to call “home” for a while.

For each place that we live, we learn a lot about the local culture, foods, and way of life. Also, we make a bunch of new friends! We want to remember each place we’ve lived, so we jot down what we’ve learned and experienced during our sojourn.

For each place that we live, we learn a lot about the local culture, foods, and way of life. Also, we make a bunch of new friends! We want to remember each place we’ve lived, so we jot down what we’ve learned and experienced during our sojourn.