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Lazy beach day

By Thushan Amarasiriwardena | 4 Comments » January 13th, 2008

Cliche. Absolutely. We took it easy today and headed to the beach to catch the sunset and take a gander at the Gulf of Mexico. Oil rigs and coconut trees abound in today’s beach side photo gallery.


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4 Responses to “Lazy beach day”

  1. Ben a.k.a. "the German" Says:

    Hey guys,

    cool blog! And really amazing photographs!!! You have drawn a bunch of regular readers over here already ;-)
    Let me know how your plans for Europe look like! You definitely have to stop by in Hamburg!!!



  2. kathy weller Says:

    beautiful photo!!!!

  3. Auntie Bette Says:

    Thanks for ANOTHER gorgeous photo!! Your eyes see magnificent things !! So glad you’re able to share them with ALL of us!! I’ll be off to Disney for a couple of days to celebrate “getting older”, so I won’t be able to see the next few days of your Long Jaunt…til I return…
    and I WILL MISS IT !!
    Looking forward to catching up on Wednesday…
    Til then….Safe Journey!!!

  4. Lattuca Says:

    Looks like so far ya’ll are havng an amazing time. Make sure you check out the Dingle peninsula in southern Ireland!


About LongJaunt Equal parts lighthearted jaunt and in-depth journey, this intimately documented trip around the world has one goal: to bring you along for the ride.

Thushan Amarasiriwardena

, former Senior Multimedia Producer at The Boston Globe, has always loved telling a great story. Combining his eye for visual story telling and his technical background in computer science at North Carolina State University, Thushan has reported on business, sports and travel for The Globe. You can find his site here.

Michael Kurtz

, graduated with a degree in Ethnomusicology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. His thesis research focused on the intersection of race and music in Northeastern Brazil. He worked previously as A&R and Production Coordinator for Putumayo World Music, an international music record label based in New York City. You can find his site here.

Brian Rogers

graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a degree in Spanish and Latin American Studies, and has traveled extensively in Latin America.

Alicia Conway

is LongJaunt's home base chief and a Technical Producer for The Boston Globe. She joined and contributed with the team out in England, Kenya, Tanzania, The Netherlands and Thailand.