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Do not get lost, I seen the pig, and the paradise, and your comment is extremely in focus, a great example of real life situations.
One person sees grammar problems and another see the picture of the pig, and hopefully we stay the course long enough to realize what is real and do not crash our ship unable to ever understand.
Leslie, don't mess with Andy's schtick! hobotraveler.com gets over 213,000 visits a month. With bad grammer!! Totally, surprisingly remarkable. It differentiates him from all the others travel blogs.
I seen a saw on the seesaw near the sea. ..........
Sí, he visto una sierra en el balancín cerca del mar.
You write like a pig. :)
Complicated to explain, however I have decided to spend 90 percent of my time working on writing books and 10 percent of the time writing blog post. Generally, the reason is this, readers scan or poke at articles, they cannot seem to slow themselves down and read, the attention span of readers has decreased to the size of a tweet or comment on facebook.
I will give more photos and less writing, and I will sell books for people to read. Cliche is what people can deal with on the Internet, and I am not up to that, I can not write daily fluff dreamland material of poetic justice, and romantic travel. It just is not real, travel is real life, a pig here, a pig there.
Bottom line, buy the books.
I have written 5000 blog post, I know what I am doing when I write, I know I am human, I will be the one wandering around down here, relaxed and enjoying life tomorrow. I know I am the one who will be sitting by my swimming pool tomorrow while people criticize my grammar while in their cubicle bored out of their mind, wanting to find someone to smack around to feel just a little power.