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Next Destination: TBD after the pandemic… Stay safe everyone.
We left office spaces for exotic places
Hi, we're Tammy and Gordon Hermann, welcome to our webpage! We quit our jobs, retired early, and left our office spaces for exotic places. We hope you enjoy exploring this wonderful world with us. We would like to help others through our blog, so if you think we have information that can help you, then please feel free to ask. Read our story to learn a little more about us.
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Map of Countries VisitedI've been to 53 out of 195 countries
- 2020 Pandemic – Reflecting on a crazy year!
- Unspoiled Paradise – Dhigurah, Maldives – January, 2020
- Pompeii Archeological Ruins – Naples, Italy – October, 2019
- Valletta, Malta – Mediterranean Legends Cruise – October, 2019
- Taormina & Catania in Sicily, Italy – Mediterranean Legends Cruise – October, 2019
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