Life is Great, Life is Grand, Why Wait?

Top of the afternoon,

Life is great, life is grand, why wait to make things happen? Today was dope, simply put. Hung out with good people, eat good food, checked out MBK and other places. I have SOOO much time on my hands that I walked like 6KM @ noon in Bangkok to Siam from Soi 22 area. Wow, I was sweating like a pig, whatever.

This evening I eat some great food with @everywheretrip and my nurse friend I met in Luang Prabang, after that we rolled out to Khao San. Ok, here is the deal. Khao San is cheap as chips but I’d rather eat a dead rat rotting in a river than ever live there again. Sure it is ~1/3 or 1/4 the price of what I’m paying but who cares. You only live once and your quality of life is important. In retrospect, I CANNOT believe that I spent 3 weeks there. I am shocked at myself.

I saw dread locked hippy freaks, even this girl who was a serious 10/10 getting dreads. I yelled at her “don’t do it, you’re better than that”. I believe it landed on deaf ears, single tear. (not really).

Met up with a load of twitter / nomads / chillers tonight and did Khao San in most significant style, indeed. I said goodbye to my nursing friend and ran into these cab drivers who were having a “mini party” in their trunk. They had a case and all this food. We sat, we chat and whatnot. Next thing i know it’s later and we are out of beer. Being the gent that I am, I buy them another beer and am on my way.

On a side note, I think I’m going to Cambodia soon. Why? Never been and heard it’s a good time. That said, I could live my whole life in Bangkok. Tomorrow, I will hopefully sleep in until I get bed sores before finally leaving this double and go venture to do whatever it is I will do..

Tomorrow, I will try and “be cool” like John Travolta in one of my fav movies “Be Cool”, never seen it? Go watch it.

I’m rambling, but whatever, if you subscribe here, which if you don’t, you should, you know what this joints all about.

Peace out,

P.S: Going through life with a euro style moustache(sic) is good times, trust me.

Author: SHABL

Rob has been traveling the world and living abroad for over a decade. The goal was to stop having a boring life and it turned into something far greater. He's worked with national tourism boards and been mentioned in National Geographic. These days he lives abroad and loves business, technology, the tropical lifestyle, good food and travel.

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