A couple of days ago I purchased the ultimate reading machine. I vowed I would never own one. I was better than that or so I thought. But no, I was wrong. Today I read Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass from my brand new Kindle PaperWhite.
I recently visited Mui Ne, Vietnam, a small fishing village that over the years has become a prime beach spot for windsurfers and sunbathers alike. I greatly enjoyed my stay. I met people from all over the world, enjoyed fresh seafood, and explored unusually large sand dunes. However none of these things compared to simply […]
I’m always thinking. When you are thrust into a new and exponentially different environment, the thoughts inside your head go haywire. At least for me anyway. Experiencing, seeing, smelling, and listening to Vietnam has sparked an untold number of strange thoughts to enter my mind.
The city is immense. It is sprawling. I had to get out. It’s hot, overcrowded, busy, chaotic, and noisy. It was starting to control me and dictate my mood. Escaping the innermost part of Saigon had become a necessity.