Who knows if they have phones in other countries, so...
...we are listing out some of the ways for you to get in touch with us, or for us to bug you to just hear a few words of sweet, sweet English. We look forward to staying in touch throughout the trip and
When we have WiFi (which will mean we're likely sitting in a McDonald's from everything we've been reading), we can call and text other friends who have Viber. It's free and actually pretty cool. You can click on the questionable purple logo to the left if you want to join us in sticking it to Ma Bell with our freeloader phone app.
TEXTING!!! Yeah...you heard that right. OMG, we are ROTFL at how you totes thought we couldn't text overseas. Plz, it's not just for the youngsters anymore. Anyhow, Erika's barely adequate phone service has offered us what will likely be a barely adequate unlimited overseas texting plan for very reasonable rate. (Don't want to publicly shame, but the service rhymes with "Me Noble"...wink wink...ok, it's T-Mobile). We would list the number, but we're already getting enough calls from that guy in Haiti who just makes us both feel really bad about our appalling French language skills.
EMAIL!!! Why do I keep yelling? Anyhow, electronic mail, or "e-mail," is an ideal way to get in touch with us as it has more electricity than standard mail and is generally faster. I am willing to share my yahoo address with anyone as it seems to already be available to anyone already (looking at you, University of Phoenix at Lagos). It is firstname.lastname@example.org. It is a yahoo address. You are reading that right. Yahoo. Deal with it.