Devorah and Manor had been married for almost 2 years when they decided to take the trip of a lifetime. This blog recounts their adventures living and traveling abroad as they journey from Brooklyn to Bombay and beyond! They plan on living in Bombay, India for two months and volunteering, and then spending the rest of the time (four months) traveling to various countries.

Manor is a software developer originally from Israel, but raised in New Jersey. He’s lived in Brooklyn for 8 years.

Devorah is a book editor and writer originally from Silver Spring, Maryland. She’s lived in Brooklyn for 5 1/2 years.

Devorah and Manor met on New Year’s Eve 2008 and got married October 18, 2009. They moved to Prospect Heights in Brooklyn in December 2009 and will return there when this fabulous trip is over.

Devorah and Manor on Pacaya Volcano in Guatemala

You can reach us at devoklein@gmail.com or manorlevtov@gmail.com


14 responses to “About

  1. Sounds like an amazing adventure. My husband and I travelled around the world before we got married. We actually met in January 2004 in Norway, started traveling in March, and got married in the Cook Islands, barefoot at sunset, four months after we met. It’s great to see other couples that follow their dreams and go on adventures together. Best of luck to you two!

  2. BO – RING… Sorry to be a downer but this blog-land is 80% full of people who sell their Ferraris (ie material trappings for the literary thick) to discover the true meaning. When will this trend finally go away?

  3. I think yall are beautiful! Currently traveling outside of the States by myself and hope to find someone who will travel with me in the future. Keep doing what yall do!

  4. Sounds like a great adventure and a great time.

  5. Wish you both lots of adventure and happiness! Cheers from India.

  6. welcome to India….i promise you it will be a little difficult at times but a beautiful experience… hope you will have… 🙂

  7. 🙂 wishing You good trips !

  8. Enjoy your adventure my fellow brooklynites!

  9. Your pictures are beautiful. I also just saw your cholent article. I wonder if your mother knew my mother’s family, also among the last to leave Detroit in that era (and my mother’s cholent was great!). The name was Kutnick. : )

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