Fortunate Travel BloggerI think that I am a very fortunate blogger, well, as far as fortune and blogging can be strewn together in the same sentence.I say this because it is evident that the people who read and comment on this travelogue are in the top rank of humanity in terms of intelligence. I seriously [...]
Fortunate Travel Blogger
I think that I am a very fortunate blogger, well, as far as fortune and blogging can be strewn together in the same sentence.
I say this because it is evident that the people who read and comment on this travelogue are in the top rank of humanity in terms of intelligence. I seriously get some good comments. Sometimes I read them and their quality, insight, and depth makes my jaw drop.
Sometimes the comments are better than the posts themselves, I say with a laugh.
I recently wrote about a decision that I was pondering between ditching my university studies and keeping on the long road to the Middle East or going to go to NYC to finish my degree. I wrote of the benefits and disadvantages of both roads, and left myself tied in a knot and momentarily confused. Yes, the ebbs and flows of base intuition were not biting me, and I was left to wallow in a sea of indecision.
But many of you readers left comments and wrote me letters that were full of strong advice and deep wisdom. After reading them the mist evaporated and the Road became clear to me again. Unanimously, the verdict was that you, my dear readers, think that I should just finish up my university degree and be done with it forever and ever. I must say that this is probably the best choice. So I took your chunky morsels of wisdom, gobbled them down, and have returned to the good old USA.
I am in Philadelphia now excited about the prospect of having 15 weeks to wander around the boroughs of New York City. I know that I probably would not be here if it were not for your poignant offers of hard earned wisdom
I thank you.
I feel deeply appreciative that I have such readers who have ventured beyond the faceless walls of the internet world to have become my friends. If you ever need anything, there is a man who blows with the wind and writes words all day long who owes you a favor.
I thank you.
Links to previous travelogue entries:
- Hungary Travel Photos
- Debit Cards for Travel
- Traveling New York City
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About the Author: VBJ
I am the founder and editor of Vagabond Journey. I’ve been traveling the world since 1999, through 90 countries. I am the author of the book, Ghost Cities of China and have written for The Guardian, Forbes, Bloomberg, The Diplomat, the South China Morning Post, and other publications. VBJ has written 3657 posts on Vagabond Journey. Contact the author.
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