For almost eight of the last 15 years of my life, I've lived outside of America. Most of that time was spent in Asia, but I also lived in Southern Africa and have traveled extensively through Europe, and Central and South America. I won't bore you with all the exact details,
In my last travel blog update, I talked about some of my overall impressions of this recently opened country. This week I talk about the places I went and things I saw and did.
I was lucky enough to meet Jay on the plane flying into Myanmar. This was great
Damn. It's Monday again. There is nothing worse than Mondays. Except AIDS. Only AIDS is worse. The best thing about AIDS though, is you can only get it once. So there's that. Lots of random stuff this week. Enjoy. (Sorry if you have AIDS).
1. The Most Interesting Man
1. Don’t Over Plan – This one is easy for me because I’m lazy and hate to commit to things, but there are a lot of go-getters out there who want to make the most of every second they have on a trip. Obviously you have to figure out things