Not all who wander are lost. - J. R. R. Tolkien


There are many people that say they “live to travel”.  As for me, I travel to live.  Is there a difference?  Yes.  For me, you can’t live without moving and that’s all that travel really is.  So, I travel, I move…and that’s what makes me feel alive.  It’s the rich experiences with family and friends, meeting and working with new people, finding opportunities and challenges, tasting exciting cultures, and most importantly, it’s enjoying love and genuine happiness wherever it exists.

And now, for an English lesson…



A strong desire to travel:

So that’s what Merriam-Webster has to say about it.  But, for our purposes here, my dear friends, the personification of wanderlust is really the Oz behind the curtain of my mind.  It is the id– the pleasure principle that drives all of my needs, wants, and desires.  Simply stated, it is my way.

And for that reason, I decided to dust off my blogging pants and share my wanderlusty adventures with all of you.  I’ve chronicled non-fictional tales of debauchery, love games, play, work, and many other lighthearted topics in the past.  I have a lot of useless knowledge and stories to share (and if you are interested, just let me know), but I’ve traveled and experienced too many awe-inspiring places on this beautiful planet to keep it to myself.  It’s time to go public.

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