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Living Without Permission

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   (Huanchaco, Trujillo)
added on 28/12/2012 by: krlee03
It is unimaginably freeing to fit your whole life into a pack that you can carry on your back. Living Without Permission explores the unconventional lifestyles of the pioneers, the daring, and the off-beat. Meet those who are waking up to their own latent desires and ideas, casting off roles and expectations, and choosing unconventional lives. Come see the world with me.
 tags: expat life, solo female travel, travel ecuador, travel peru, travel south america
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Clap Your Hands For Mornings  Posted on 04/13/2014
“I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.” ~ E. B. White I love the part in the movie Jerry Maguire where Dicky Fox looks into the...
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What’s Your Story?  Posted on 04/13/2014
There was never yet an uninteresting life. Such a thing is an impossibility. Inside of the dullest exterior, there is a drama, a comedy, and a tragedy. ~Mark Twain  Diablicos Restaurant, Casco Viejo, Panama City, Panama I have come to...
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Habla Ya! Learning to Speak Spanish  Posted on 01/24/2014
We’ve been traveling through Spanish-speaking countries for several months now, and still don’t speak Spanish well enough to have more than a superficial conversation. When we were in Salinas, Ecuador comfortably surrounded by...
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When It Isn’t Roses: The Other Side Of Expat Life  Posted on 01/17/2014
Expat life isn’t always roses and rainbows Our first days of expat life in Huanchaco have been a challenge. We’re still at My Friend Hospedaje, where we’re learning that their draw is more the restaurant downstairs...
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Ecuador to Peru – Easy Border Crossing, New Chapter  Posted on 01/06/2014
After waiting out our three-day punishment for non-planning in the sweltering heat of Guayaquil, we were back on the road yesterday. The bus ride on Cruz del Sur was awesome. The bus was modern, clean, and comfortable with...
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The Effects of Planned Non-planning on Backpacking  Posted on 01/04/2014
I’m supposed to be sitting in a reclining seat on the upper deck of an air-conditioned luxury bus on my way to Peru, but instead, I’m sweating my ass off in a hostel in Guayaquil. Now I’m probably going to have to sit in...
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Riding The Red Devil  Posted on 05/06/2013
When I first caught sight of the Diablos Rojos, or Red Devils, of Panama City, I thought they might belong to a tour company. Instead, I discovered they’re a fleet of independently owned and operated repurposed school buses that have...
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Miraflores Locks of the Panama Canal  Posted on 05/01/2013
It was an easy trip to the Miraflores Locks this morning. Just a half block from Hostel Mamallena is a main street, Avenue Central España, where I easily flagged down a cab. The fare from the La Exposición neighborhood to the...
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Solo No Mo’  Posted on 04/30/2013
Yesterday marked three months of solo travel in Panama. This morning, I heaved my travel backpack up to the secretary on a bus from Boquete to David, and boarded with my overstuffed daypack and purse bumping against people as I squeezed my...
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  • Daddy2
    Daddy2 02 January 2014 23:49:53

    I am curious. Please share?
    papainoz@aol.com
    Thanks
    John

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