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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF

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Diana Jacobson is a traveler, teacher, poet, and Mother. She has been teaching underprivileged and ESL learners for over fourteen years – now in the United Arab Emirates. She is passionate about sharing her experiences with others. Her contributions seek to highlight the perspective of the people, rather than the canned experience of the holiday resort traveler.

THE UNEXPECTED TERRIFIC: ZANZIBAR

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Diana Jacobson is a traveler, teacher, poet, and Mother. She has been teaching underprivileged and ESL learners for over fourteen years – now in the United Arab Emirates. She is passionate about sharing her experiences with others. Her contributions seek to highlight the perspective of the people, rather than the canned experience of the holiday resort traveler.

JEANNA IN BANGLADESH

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Jeanna began her career in midwifery in 2015. Combining midwifery with her background in foreign politics and her years of experience in international work, she has dedicated her career to global health and advocating for global reproductive rights. Since then she has provided midwifery and reproductive healthcare services in several countries across the Middle East and Eastern Europe focusing on the refugee crisis stemming from Syria. When she is not volunteering overseas she splits her time between California and Texas, where she works in an established midwifery practice that focuses on special circumstance deliveries. ​

GLOBAL VILLAGE DUBAI

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David Jacobson is a father, husband, blogger and experienced camper. His interests are traveling, art, family, and diverse cultural experiences. He holds an MA in Latin American and Border Studies, a BA in History with minors in Anthropology and Critical Thinking, as well as an AAS in Graphic Design and Illustration. All of these things come together to inform his work on Hiker Bible.

SOUQS

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David Jacobson is a father, husband, blogger and experienced camper. His interests are traveling, art, family, and diverse cultural experiences. He holds an MA in Latin American and Border Studies, a BA in History with minors in Anthropology and Critical Thinking, as well as an AAS in Graphic Design and Illustration. All of these things come together to inform his work on Hiker Bible.

OF MAJLIS AND MASHAKEEK

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David Jacobson is a father, husband, blogger and experienced camper. His interests are traveling, art, family, and diverse cultural experiences. He holds an MA in Latin American and Border Studies, a BA in History with minors in Anthropology and Critical Thinking, as well as an AAS in Graphic Design and Illustration. All of these things come together to inform his work on Hiker Bible.

NOTES ON DRIVING IN AL AIN

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David Jacobson is a father, husband, blogger and experienced camper. His interests are traveling, art, family, and diverse cultural experiences. He holds an MA in Latin American and Border Studies, a BA in History with minors in Anthropology and Critical Thinking, as well as an AAS in Graphic Design and Illustration. All of these things come together to inform his work on Hiker Bible.

THE FIVE W’S

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David and Diana married in 2010 and have been traveling together ever since. Both of them were avid travelers prior to meeting one another, but together they have been around the world. With their son Elliott at their side, they love to go to Nicaragua and explore the most biologically diverse country in Central America. They now live in the United Arab Emirates, specifically in Al Ain. Their goal is to hit every continent and explore as much of the world as possible, passing on the travel bug to their son in the process.

OUR NEW HOME AL AIN

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David Jacobson is a father, husband, blogger, and experienced camper. His interests are traveling, art, family, and diverse cultural experiences. He holds an MA in Latin American and Border Studies, a BA in History with minors in Anthropology and Critical Thinking, as well as an AAS in Graphic Design and Illustration. All of these things come together to inform his work on Hiker Bible.

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