First 2 days on the island of Bali were a little rough! Landing in Bali and getting the tourist visa, meeting Elisa in baggage claim, and going through customs was all a piece of cake. (It’s super clear that the visa thing is just a another scam set up by governments to take your money as you enter the country). The surprise was to find out that our apartment was 1 hour away from the airport! The taxi driver was honest though and the trip Continue

So I’m off to Bali today from San Diego, and writing this post from the Bangkok airport (which, I can’t seem to understand how the wifi works, so I’m typing it up and posting later). It goes like this: SAN–>LAX–>BKK–>DPS (Bali) It’s 31 hours of travel, including layovers. But first… Why Bali? Well…for many years now I have wanted to visit Asia, to see this “up and coming” (or already there in some ways) part of the world. China doesn’t hold a lot of interest Continue

Back in 2008 when I was living in a tiny apartment in Sydney, Australia, with my soon-to-be ex-wife, contemplating my life and the world around me, I ordered a book on Amazon that I had been meaning to read for a while called “How I Found Freedom In An Unfree World”, by Harry Browne. For some time I had been obsessed with the idea of freedom, and always wanted to maximize my levels of it. However, I never “felt” free. My first instinct was to Continue