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yu-en-me ´a man who leaves home to mend himself and others is a philosopher, .. he who goes from country to country guided by blind impulses of curiosity is .. a vagabond.´ - oliver goldsmith


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other people´s lives, other people´s stories

ARGENTINA | Monday, 8 Jan 2007 | Views [666]

throughout 2006, i´ve sent random emails describing what i´m up to. maybe you´ve enjoyed them, maybe you haven´t.. regardless, i get the feeling that i won´t be sending another groupmail for a while, and thought i´d end this spate with random ... Read more >

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Ode to geriatric bliss, onomatopoeia, and meeting people from different walks of life

CHILE | Friday, 2 Jun 2006 | Views [1011]

(I dedicate the first part of this entry to my high-school bus-buddy, with whom I shared many laughs talking about old people and how entertaining they are.) as some of you remember from my last groupmail, I recently went on a trip to the south of Chile ... Read more >

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if you thought a standard dutch oven in a bedroom was tough,

ARGENTINA | Tuesday, 7 Feb 2006 | Views [756]

let me tell you that it´s lethal with sleeping bags in a tent. i unfortunately discovered this while sharing tents with a friend on a hike, - i reckon we could´ve started our own business selling smoked ham/salmon/cheese.. the higher my peaks of happiness, ... Read more >

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olne, belgium: home in 2000

BELGIUM | Sunday, 23 Jan 2000 | Views [454]

my first longterm foray overseas - stayed with my adopted family in olne (bernard, sylviane, jerome, gregoire, corentin, charlotte). clicked with jerome's group of friends (vinz, maud, joane, tom), fell in love for the first time (or thought i did), ... Read more >

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france - bitten by the travelbug

FRANCE | Monday, 23 Nov 1998 | Views [389]

first trip by myself: a high-school exchange for 6 weeks. my first encounter with a foreign language (the move from malaysia to australia was when i was too young to consciously recognise the concept of 'foreign'; cantonese and english were just the ... Read more >

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