Becoming Family. By the last day the-one time strangers have formed a strong bond.
Having gained my freedom from wage slavery at the end of 2016 I embarked on a journey of discovery that continues to this day. Then, as now I documented it. It's the philosophy I remember most. Maybe you can enjoy and benefit from this stuff. Don't forget to subscribe. More great content and wisdom to come.
We arrive at this lovely hotel and check in. We have lunch, which gives us a chance to talk and get acquainted with our group and then... the fun begins.
When we get on the bus we're supposed to start the program by speaking English with a student, usually a native Spaniard. It's a long ride so we get a break about half way through. The main question we get asked and are asked is "Where Are You From?" I try not to start my conversations like that. Enjoy.
This is when and where we meet to students involved in the program. The company provides a bus. Some people take the bus, and others drive on their own.
The search for Keanne. Imagine trying to find someone in a foreign country where you don't know the language, can't read, or find the street signs, during a new year celebration where people are dumping and squirting water all over you. Welcome to Chiang Mai.
More wandering around Chiang Mai, Thailand and "Poetry" in Philly. I don't have a proper cover, so this will do.
Enjoy this snippet of an authentic Flamenco performance, recorded in Madrid.
This is part 1 of a six part mini series about my experience teaching English in Spain. It's also the end of the Abstrakt 180 Series. We will go out with a nice experience.
That log ass walk to the beach.. and then it was....
The finale of Season Two of Abstrakt 180 - a flashback/leap forward music video.... Season Three starts next.
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The ferry from Tagier, Morocco to Tarifa, Spain is like taking a bus or cab across the sea. It takes about 45 minutes to an hour. The ferry is pretty nice and serves food and drinks. You're better off getting your tickets "live" than online. You still have to check in and pick up your ticket. And then there's Tarifa...
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The life, times and travels of The Vagabond Philosopher.