Epic Pai: Games, Guitar and Ganja (1 of 3)


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ShareTweet Epic Pai: Games, Guitar and Ganja (1 of 3) Instead of creating a Pai travel guide, I would go oldskul travel blogging and share you my experience, a story… an epic one about Pai. Note the word before Pai (and to think this is just the first of the three-part series). The Chiang Mai guesthouse owner who became my friend kept on telling me to go to Pai. He said, “Go to Pai, party, you’ll enjoy it there. Maybe 1 week, good for you.” Maybe he just wanted me out of his guesthouse. haha I was enjoying the Old City and the […]

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Learning to Live A Simple Life: THE QUEST FOR MORE (Part 1 of 2)


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ShareTweet Learning to Live A Simple Life Part 1 of 2: THE QUEST FOR MORE Part 2 of 2 : THE ART OF LETTING GO “Instant gratification, high-speed absolutely everything, and bigger, faster, stronger, more consumptive ways of doing everything from generating an Internet connection to creating a vent mocha frappucino with a triple shot, soy creamer, and six different kinds of artificial sweeteners…Because of these need for “more,” we have effectively barred ourselves from nature and the slower pace and greater rewards of a simpler lifestyle.” – Permaculture Design 101 Since childhood we were conditioned to own. And by “own” I […]

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Purpose: Why You Want to be a Travel Writer? (Part 1 of 3)


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ShareTweet ~ SO YOU WANT TO BE A TRAVEL WRITER SERIES ~ PURPOSE • PASSION • PITCH & PERSEVERE I had a talk on “TRAVEL WRITING” last March at R.O.X. organized by Eagle Creek. Because not everyone was able to join the event, I want to be publishing my manuscript and outline hoping that it would be of help to those who want to be a travel writer either full-time or just moonlighting. I. DEFINITION. First of all, let’s draw the line. What is travel writing is not and what it is really? TRAVEL WRITING IS NOT… writing about your family’s vacation. writing […]

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