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Wondering and Wandering I graduated. Now what? Do I live the life I never wanted to live? The one where I move to the city, get a job in a corporate cubicle, and slave away 60 hours a week for $40,000 a year? No thanks. How about 5 years down the road when I settle on a girl I don't truly love, buy the car I don't need, have the marriage that won't last, buy the home I can't afford? No thanks. I want to see things, I want to experience life in every way. This is the only life I've got, I might as well make the most of it and do something I won't foget. So here I am, travelling the world one step at a time. Where I'm going is yet to be decided, how long I'm there is up in the air, but one thing's for sure. Whatever I do, where ever I go, I'm going to be living. You can count on that.


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Why I do

NEPAL | Monday, 12 Nov 2007 | Views [1103] | Comments [1]

So I've got some time to kill and decided I would share a few thoughts... There are some of you out there who don't understand why I'm doing what I'm doing, there are some that envy my situation and there are some that just don't care. I'm reaching out ... Read more >

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NEPAL | Saturday, 29 Sep 2007 | Views [1043] | Comments [7]

Wow, it's been 3 days and I'm already in love with the people here. This is one of the 10 poorest countries in the world, and yet the people still smile constantly. They are fans of my beard and Colbys muscles (aren't we all). The food is great, the ... Read more >

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Many apologies

USA | Sunday, 5 Aug 2007 | Views [805] | Comments [6]

Ok folks, sorry it's been so long, but I've been a little busy. I've been spending a lot of time at the country house doing man stuff, building fences, cutting down trees, chopping wood etc. There's also a new person thats's been introduced into my ... Read more >

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GERMANY | Saturday, 7 Jul 2007 | Views [1079] | Comments [7]

So it seems that things are constantly changing, I guess that's life. I'm having difficulty at the moment (again) deciding which direction my life is going to go (again). I've realized that there are two very distinct halves of me. One half says "... Read more >

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GERMANY | Wednesday, 27 Jun 2007 | Views [762] | Comments [7]

Im tired of being someone that im really not. There are times when I just dont give a shit about anything except for myself. Selfish? Yes. I think everyone needs times like those to keep themselves sane. Im done pretending I dont want to learn German ... Read more >

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Thoughts, this may be a bit random since I've been drinking tonight.

UNITED KINGDOM | Sunday, 8 Apr 2007 | Views [610] | Comments [6]

Sometimes I wish I was what people considered God so that I could hear their secrets. Not so much to take advantage of them or to gain wealth for myself but simply because knowledge is power. It's not that I need or desire power, its that people respect ... Read more >

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I forget what day I'm on

IRELAND | Wednesday, 24 Jan 2007 | Views [679] | Comments [5]

Believe it or not, Ireland is not the happy-go-lucky place some might think it is. It's a sad place really, full of people either looking to survive or take advantage of others. It's rare to find a person who is completely content. I guess it's a bit ... Read more >

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