By Helen Massy-Beresford PARIS, Sept 28 (Reuters Life!) - If around half of all modern marriages end in divorce, how do a young couple find out whether they are in the 50 percent who stay together? Newly wed Londoners Alanna and Mike Clear quit their jobs, remortgaged their home and set off on a 20,000-mile (32,190 km) trip by motorbike and sidecar to explore their own marriage, while asking people from Alaska to South America about relationships for a documentary called "Going The ...
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