“If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine, it’s lethal.” - Paul Coelho
After traveling 2.5 weeks in Bali, Indonesia, and 5 days in Saigon, Vietnam I have a few observations.
- Even if you don’t believe in karma behave as if you do.
- Genuine, authentic above and beyond non-scalable customer service is memorable and eventually will pay dividends.
- The things you fear can be the best experiences if you have the courage to face them.
- People and conversations and what you learn while traveling is way more satisfying than hitting the Instagram-worthy spots.
- The best things in life are on the roads less traveled.
- A heartfelt smile bridges all communication gaps.
- Food tastes way better in the jungle.
- Bring lots of snacks on the plane… especially pringles.
- If you’re single and 25-35 years old consider creating your land business and working in Bali. You could save 90% of your income and live like royalty while meeting fellow digital nomads from all over the world!
- We are all pretty much the same. We all want the same basic things of love, safety, and creating a better life for our kids.
- The United States is so amazing! We are fabulously wealthy in so many ways! To be able to come back from travel and live here you realize how lucky we are.
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“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.