sandrom escreveu:Hey Frank,
I missed your posts. You talk about my favorites things: travelling and languages.
Thanks man! I'm going to slow down the traveling part for a little while now, I just finally rented a little studio for the first time in 10 months... That's right... Since April 2012 I've been living almost only out of hotel rooms! It's good to have a kitchen again and get back into a healthy life style for a while... at least for a couple of months. So I'll be in Thailand for the time being, but Taiwan is waiting... and so are Hong Kong and Shanghai, budget permitting, before my trip back to Latin America!
I don't know if someone asked it before but I'll do it right now.
You are aways trevelling that's the reason that I would like to know how big is your suitcase?
'Cause you are working and travelling and of course you're visiting very cheap countries with a lot of interesting things to buy.
HaHa Let us know how big and how many bags do you have?
Haha... well, I don't even have a suitcase mate, I only have a backpack and it's so small that I don't need to check in... I can carry on. That and a laptop, that's all I need. Sometimes I buy stuff but usually I end up giving it away pretty quickly because you can only carry so much stuff through dozens of countries before you decide it's not worth the hassle lol! In fact, I've gotten stopped by airport security twice now because of my light luggage.
"How long are you staying in Australia for?"
"Five weeks and you only carry this little backpack?"
"I've been traveling a long time... I like to travel light."
"Would you open that up for me please."
In Australia they even x-rayed my shoes the thought it's so suspicious, only a drug runner would take an overseas flight and have hardly any luggage with him. Lucky I don't even smoke cigarettes!
But yeah definitely recommend to travel as light as possible... The less luggage, the happier the trip.
~ Frank Florida ~