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Gadling Take FIVE Week of March - April 3
Perhaps you noticed our annual April Fool's offerings. Although there are some odd TRUE stories here at Gadling every once in awhile--sometimes daily, nothing this past Wednesday was true. At least, I don't think China is planning to put an escalator up Mt. Everest.
Here is a sampling of what has been true this week.
Annie has happily continued to sample jerky. This week's post on Oberto Beef Jerky made me hungry and itching for a road trip.
If you have not taken the time yet to watch the video in Jeffrey's post "Afghanistan, an accordion, 'Elvis' and Johnny Cash," do. It's a wonderful example of an unexpected cross cultural-exchange.
For anyone 30 years or younger, Allison has news about a way you can win a trip through STA. There is a free trip being given away every day this month. With several days left, you might get lucky.
The golden arches of McDonald's are almost a world-wide icon, although every country has its own version of some menu items. Aaron names some of them like Israel's The McShawarma. He didn't say if he tried some on his trip there.
In his post on tourism's effect on the Amazon, Kraig talks about his upcoming trip to Peru where he'll be traveling on the Amazon in a riverboat. We're looking forward to what he discovers on this venture and shares with us here at Gadling.
And here's one more. In case you missed this bit of news, our favorite pilot Kent Wien and his wife Linda won the Competitours race in Europe. Set up like an Amazing Race challenge, Competitours is offering a unique way to travel that Kent and Linda were happy to try. We're certainly proud!!!