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2004-04-30 08:08:00

I will fly with Virgin Airlines to London on the May 20th for 183 U.S. Dollars and then try to use Ryanair.com or Easyjet.com to fly to maybe… Rome or Athens or somewhere. I will probably stay one night or more in London. The place is too expensive to stay longer.

I purchased this one-way ticket from 1 800 fly europe

IN fact the more I think about it I should fly to Prague and skip the expensive Rome, I am too poor for Rome.


I will take a greyhound.com to Boston for 69 dollars with a 7 day advance purchase online, then go to New York for 3 days. I hope, as all this moving is very expensive and I may need to abort some to save money.

I am doing well though and life is good.



I am not sure why I am so busy in the USA and have so problems blogging or writing newsletters, you would think with me having free access to the internet and clean sheets, food and no worries about getting robbed that I would be able to do more blogging and newsletters, but it is obvious the opposite, or I would be writing more.


Not the easiest thing to do, but I do try on times when I can remember to do this, although I am sure I am thinking about myself 90 percent of the time, I am sure I do not sit around thinking how I am making mistakes or causing myself problems, I am sure this is that ever present idea in the back of all humans that we constantly make good decisions or we think of ourselves as perfect. I am absolutely positive that I am not perfect and few of my body parts are screaming to me this on a daily basis lately but there is that mindset in a person that like to think they are perfect.

So what do I discover when I introspect on why I am not blogging?

I think.

1. USA has too much TV.

2. I know people here and talk with them.

3. I can use the telephone.

4. I am afraid people think if I am home I am stopping travel and they will unsubscribe or give up on me. So if I do not talk about the USA then they do not realize I am home.

I guess in the USA there is an overwhelming amount of “Things” in my USA world and in other countries there is a lot “Less.”


I do know this is my choice, but to turn off these choices is a little more difficult than I can imagine, plus I do like all these things and it is difficult to stop what I enjoy.


I do like a simpler life, but also a life when I stick my head out the door each day is totally different. I do hide in my room when traveling so that I do not get overwhelmed, but I still like the ability to have a lot less or simpler life.

In the end it is saying NO, not yes.

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