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I have been traveling or living overseas more on than off for almost two decades now, I have spent very little time with people of my native country of Canada, or native continent of North America. I have often worked overseas for Korean, Japanese, Thai, and quite a few British companies as well. Over halve […]

Jan 31st, 2010 | Filed under Opinions and Perspectives, Rants, Travel

I just returned very late last night from a trip to Lao. I have been many times to Lao, I love the country, it is a safe quiet little Buddhist country based between Myanmar, China, Thailand, and Cambodia. I would highly recommend it to anyone that already visiting a neighboring country, although it is beautiful, […]

Jan 23rd, 2010 | Filed under Travel

Although almost two decades have past,  my time employed with a  large North American electronics company, still deeply effects my perspective on corporate  life. I started out as a simple salesman, but over time  moved myself up through the various positions the company offered, and by the age of twenty two I had a hundred […]

Nov 13th, 2009 | Filed under Opinions and Perspectives, Travel, Work

I have just returned from a relaxing visit to Ko Samet, Thailand with my girlfriend and son. I had been there before, but found myself greatly disoriented on arrival with all of the development over the years. As I was walking around looking for a place to stay  I met an English guy that had […]

Nov 5th, 2009 | Filed under Opinions and Perspectives, Poetry, Travel

Generally if you use a suitcase you are limited to where you will go, your best bet is airplane to taxi to hotel as they are not that easily portable, the problem is this. The wheel system on the suitcases are generally quite heavy compared to a strait cloth bag, many wheel system bags are […]

Nov 1st, 2009 | Filed under Travel