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Life Is Always Where We Are

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No matter how low the budget bar gets, I always manage to limbo my way under it. I 'm the Wilt Chamberlain of shoe-string travel---putting up numbers so unthinkable that mere normals will never, ever reach them.-300 ports in 38 months.

As the Morgan Freeman of travel writers , everyone recognizes me but I never gain any due recognition., Hotel @nyware (edreif.com) hasn't exactly been the Edgar Allen Poe of knock-outs, the Emily Dickinson of ground n pound, the Robert Frost of woopings.

So I shoot pictures and videos and post them for the auditory and visual crowd-I call it CNN verses the alphabet.

The IN to my Sane

It's just me, born with a Ph.D. in throwing junk up against the wall, and seeing what will stick.Looking back, it's been the Colonel Kurtz of experiences. I've gone native and insane so many times, but in a Lance Armstrong Barbara Bush sort of way.

Sometimes I am the census taker, sometimes, the cannibal psychiatrist.Margaret Thatcher once said "Any man beyond the age of 26 , who rides a bus, should consider himself a failure." I would add to that,  any man working on a cruise ship.It's good to know, however, that failure is always an option.




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