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added on 15/07/2008 by: Chris Skoda
Don’t we all want to be somehow Nomads, Vagabonds, Roamers, Rovers, Libertarians, Pilgrims, Wanderers, Perpetual Travelers, Permanent Tourists, Tramps, Continental Drifters, World Citizens? What are you waiting for? Life is what you make it! Break the cycle, get out of the rat race, break the habit and peer pressure, downshift, retire young - trot the globe, ‘walk the earth…like Caine in Kung Fu’, make new friends - make your own life! ;-)

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Three Tips On How To Score Cheap Flights To Perth  Posted on 05/03/2014
Travelling to Perth is sometimes imagined to be expensive, but with a bit of clever planning, this doesn’t have to be the case. Flights to Perth are generally very affordable and you don’t have to wait long to avail them. Here...
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Review: Honda Vario Techno 125ccm PGM-F1 Matic  Posted on 07/04/2012
When living a while in one location, you establish a base, from where you can travel to other places. What mode of transport you prefer, is up to you, in Asia’s equatorial weather, for me the best way to get around is by motorcycle....
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How many Ogoh-Ogoh did you shoot? (Bali Nyepi 2012)  Posted on 03/23/2012
It’s this time in Bali again, the beginning of the New Year 1934 following the Hindu calendar. This is celebrated with a parade of paper mache Ogoh-Ogoh monsters followed by a day of silence. During Nyepi Day, noise and light...
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South Vietnam – The Best, The Good, The Ugly  Posted on 02/08/2012
On a recent short trip to Vietnam I had the chance to explore the country anew, after having not visited for over 7 years. The Vietnam Lunar Festival Tết Nguyên Đán was just in its last few days, when I touched down in Ho...
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A ‘Super Bridge’ from Cebu to Bohol?  Posted on 01/29/2012
Cebu and Bohol are apart from Boracay and Manila maybe the most valuable assets for the tourism industry in the Philippines. Cebu has the second biggest international airport in the country and is a great hub for island-hopping,...
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Club 66 (Doublesix) Bali goes out with a Bang – RIP!  Posted on 09/26/2011
24 years ago, when Kuta in Bali was a small fishing village with bamboo huts and mud tracks, only known to late Hippies and a handful of adventurous low budget tourists, something interesting happened. Amidst the serenity of its 8km long...
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nomad4ever.com featured in GQ China 07/2011  Posted on 08/16/2011
When things like this happen, it makes me feel that it’s all worth to maintain a website like this over the period of now more than 6 years. This May, GQ China interviewed half a dozen Bali and Phuket Expats for a July Special Print...
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As I Grew Older  Posted on 08/10/2011
It was a long time ago. I have almost forgotten my dream. But it was there then, In front of me, Bright like a sun– My dream. And then the wall rose, Rose slowly, Slowly, Between me and my dream. Rose until it touched the sky –...
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It’s A Cruel Cruel (Corporate) World…  Posted on 07/18/2011
The modern working climate is unforgiving. In its never-ending strive for higher productivity and efficiency, employees are a mere cost factor in a firm’s calculation. A cost factor, that constantly has to be optimized, downsized and...
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  • stephani wiharto
    stephani wiharto 17 May 2012 14:55:49

    Wonderfully put...
    I've been 9 mts in jkt after 16 mts in spore and montreal with stops in greece, germany, swiss, mexico, colombia, thailand, malaysia, states, france, belgium. Heading to Bali in July this time to inhale deeper the life there.... Stephani

  • schrieder
    schrieder 25 September 2011 08:13:03

    well said.....!

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