By Aaron Smith, Contributing Reporter
USA - The expression, “The journey is more important than the destination”, rang true for us as we exited Latin America, eventually disembarking in Houston, Texas. Compared to some of our stops along the way and even despite its mirrored-glass columned skyscrapers, Houston lacked luster.
Over 110 days, we had passed through eleven countries; through lands once under the tyranny of despots, lands fought over by revolutionaries, pirates, Spanish crusaders, and lost civilizations dating back millennia.
We had traversed four jungles, climbed four volcanoes and two mountains, explored two lost cities, crossed one lake and . . .