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Perpetual Travelers Life

2008-03-19 10:10:00

Perpetual Travelers Life
“If you can make one heap of all your winnings
And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss.”

Rudyard Kipling (1865 - 1936)
Indian-born British writer and poet.

My friend wrote explaining ideas about perpetual traveler’s life; I found it interesting to have him address the concept of change. I find I have a throttle control on the changes in my life as I can travel fast or slow, if I am bored, I just step on the change pedal, if I am too excited I hit the breaks and stay inside the room more.

Acapulco - 8 Miles north of the City
Pie de la Cuesta - Playa Luces
Laguna de Coyuca - Barra de Coyuca
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
Andy of ---

I think people romanticize this travel life, there is really nothing loving, caring, and cuddly about being a perpetual traveler. It is more the proposition of make chaos your friend.

Change is normal, I do not think being a perpetual traveler is normal; however, it for sure is a life less normal… hehehe

I continually deal with abrupt change, I recently spent 12 hours in the Airport in Korea, whereby a person could become frustrated bored.

Last week I went to the Fort Wayne, Airport at 4:00 am, they cancelled my plane, put me on another flight whereby I change planes in Atlanta, and then again in Mexico City, arriving in Acapulco. The bag did not arrive; I had no change of clothes, went to the beach about one hour away and found a room after walking around for two hours.

I am not sure, maybe take a test, tonight after work when you are on the direct path home, suddenly turn and find your way to the largest airport around. Look at the flights arriving and departing, sleep in the airport.

If you are happy with the idea of not leaving the airport, and also happy with the idea of leaving on the next plane. If both thoughts seem like happy thoughts, you could brag to your friends.

It was a good day.

Perpetual Travelers Life