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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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Long-Term Travel, Part III: Relationships  Posted on 06/09/2014
This is part three of a four-part series on long-term travel or becoming an expat. Relationships can be either the best thing or the worst thing about long-term travel, and it is 100% determined by the mindset of the traveler. If you treat...
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Idaho Expats in Panama ‘Are What They Think’  Posted on 05/12/2014
Rona and Dennis having some fun in David, Panama. Guest Post by Rona True I’m pretty sure we didn’t pick Panama.  Rather, Panama picked us.  Ever since we retired (and even before that) we’d been escaping the...
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Long-Term Travel, Part I: Refusing to Tame Wild Hairs  Posted on 05/05/2014
Photo credit: Unknown This is the first of a four-part series on becoming an expat or long-term traveler. From the outside, my life probably looks like a series of spontaneous (some would say rash) decisions. I’m still not sure why...
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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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  • Daddy2
    Daddy2 02 January 2014 23:49:53

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

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