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Making preparations for the big bike trip
Have started making preparations for the big bike trip, which I hope to launch around end April, assuming I’ll have everything ready by then. Such as four waterproof big bicycle bags which I plan to strap to the sides, but it’s been more than 20 days...
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The ONLY Thai girl I am attracted to
So get this, this is pretty well the ONLY Thai girl I have met so far who I am attracted to. The pictures don't really do her justice [do not describe her in the complimentary way that she deserves], when she occasionally lets her hair down it reaches her bum, she has beautiful poise...
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Miscellaneous letters
Got one of my brainstorming ideas as I was on my four hour jungle trek on Sunday. Making some good cash from this new customer, $2,500 over a three week period. Good paying work which I don't wanna turn down, and have ended up neglecting the big book translation of Czech immigrants to Cleveland...
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I have always felt I will be a writer one day...
Ever heard of wordpress? It just occurred to me you may want to put your content up there. You have a lot of these emails and can pretty much create a website straight away...
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About freelancing and travelling
There is another option to all this, get a job working through the internet, such as translations. Also not easy, but it allows you the freedom to be wherever and whenever you want to be, as long as you have a laptop and an internet connection...
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Thai girls are like demon possessed little witches
The more I get to know these Thai girls the more they scare me. They are like demon possessed little witches...
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Living on a mystical island of Koh Phangan in Thailand
Yo, a friend asked to see pics of the island where I'm staying at, so thought I'd write this blurb, even though I plan to stay here another year and hence this chapter of my travels is not completed yet...
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From Malaysia to Thailand
Yo, been a while I guess. A friend was asking for some recent pics when I realized I forgot to put up the last chapter. Had left the Malaysian rainforest but shortly before doing so received an invitation from a HelpX.net host...
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From Laos back to Thailand
Just got out of Laos, in Vientiane, its capital city, where I purchased a two-month visa for Thailand. Now I can go there and relax. Gonna hook up with Justin, the guy whose house I stayed at in Bulgaria...
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How to publish a book
Concerning the below, yah, lets move forward. Just tell me what I need to do, cause I've got more time than you. Should I proof and improve some of the earlier stuff, when I was writing quickly and expected to proof again in the future?...
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Back in Thailand
Back in Thailand, and I find the people are nicer here, which is more important to me. Been told the nicest in Asia. Been talking to a school director here about relocating me up into the mountains and helping a village with their solar setup and all that...
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Feeling increasingly uncomfortable here on the island in Malaysia
Right on. Thankfully I have zero costs here. Then I have the occasional job but really need to up my income to at least a thousand bucks a month so that I can pay back debts and build up my reserves again, and save up for my Africa project...
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My belongings
I've scaled down ALL my belongings to a big and small backpack (plus dangling violin). I'd say half my stuff is computer related (recently bought a fan which plugs into the USB, to cool my head when it gets too hot)...
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Staying in Malaysia
Here in Malaysia I'm told I can rent a room somewhere for about 65$ a month, so I can do that if nothing else is reasonable. Or I was told that it is really cheap in the Philippines...
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About running a blog
Yo, just read your last mail on my mobile. I gotta walk along the road for a couple of minutes to get a signal. Looking forward to heading south tomorrow morning, and today in the afternoon we will all go to the beach...
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A short travel update
Thanks for the advice dude. Been traveling now for five years, but just cut the umbilical cord and left my truck behind in Europe. Can check it out at kenax.net/travel...
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Planning to publish a book about my travels
Hmm, been doing a bit of thinking. Will read your letter again later but a bit excited and wanna get some of my thoughts out while their stirring in my head...
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In Thailand, God’s hand
In Thailand now, southeast of Bangkok a bit. That city was too much of a zoo for me and glad I escaped...
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Getting ready to go to Asia. In the airport
Well, my biggest fret is that now I can’t lock up a truck etc but am sort of at the mercy of people I'm staying with, possibly in straw huts without a door or lock. Thinking of always carrying my most valuable with me, so definitely a new leaf I will be turning and will have to be very careful...
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Escaping from Galia’s place
So after escaping from Justin's we didn't last long in Galia's vegetarian concentration camp. Amazing how some people can live so far out in space. Her daddy lets her stay at her house for free and she develops all these ideas of the world moving towards self-sustainment and people throwing their laptop out the window...
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About Bulgarians, earnings, plans
Heydo, just read your email on my phone and answering before get online. Moved away from Justin's with Paul. Long story but it was not a pleasant enough condition for us. So we moved to this chick named Galia and are here for over a week...
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Starting to earn more after approaching thousands of translation agencies
Well, piece of my life that I just wanted to share with someone. Had a good month this month and already earned about 1,200 Euro by the 21st, and decided that it was enough to essentially secure my trip to Asia in the fall...
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About writing and publishing content online
Yah, not long ago started installing WordPress here and there to automate the upload of certain text, but decided not to apply it to the travel blob cause I think a key part of the blob is the pictures, which WP does not really speed up, or actually slows down...
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How to find really cheap plane tickets
A friend of mine showed me a plane ticket (I still find it hard to believe) for something like 13 pounds from Sofia to London return. Needs to be purchased WELL in advance. I already suggested this long time ago...
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The girlfriend: would like to find THE ONE
Yah, I was never really fully satisfied with any of my girlfriends in the past, and I knew it from the very beginning, but I wanted a girlfriend...
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Still staying in Bulgaria but planning to go to Thailand
Sent my new credit card from CZ, your package, and now I'm waiting for one last important package before I can leave here - the mobile signal booster I may have told you about. With that I will be able to drive onto some distant beach or mountain top and have a strong enough mobile signal with which to do internet and my work...
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Travel outline
A slightly different area but still within internet promotion. I've also recently got into trying to sell photographs over the internet, so if you know anyone who is trying to sell paintings or photos or whatever, I can easily expand in that direction as well...
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About translation industry
Well, no matter how hard things get, globalisation will only increase, and hence also translations. It is an industry which has been growing at 20% a year I'm told. Too bad I missed the boat. But I can always jump on later...
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About female friends
Yah, need some women friends in my life. I always find their company refreshing and a good balance for me. I don't need s€x but I get a high off their presence. Get tired of constant male company all the time...
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About computer, online marketing, translation, CAT tool
I guess with email it can sound that way sometimes. Especially after all my problems you say, "Get your computers in order." Something like that does not help me at all. Or when my harddrive failed in London you seemed to almost giggle on the phone that I would force turn off my computer, contrary to what I had been warning you against all these years...
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About blabber – waste of time. About wanting to be a writer.
The last few years in Prague I would sit in the pub, sipping on my beer and listening to the conversation, and it seemed to amount to absolutely nothing. Little jokes responded by giggles and other little jokes, so I've actually learned to appreciate being much more productive by myself...
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About God
Cool that things are getting happier for you. Hope you find a mate who will be interested in settling down etc. Must be difficult in the US, I might guess. I was in Canada and already there I did not like the general aggression, and stupid conversations. It was embarrassing but everyone up there said "like" every like second like word like. I thought I was in California or something...
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More about software sales
Really glad to get that first tree planting accounting software customer. Keta says I should raise my price to 2500 CDN each. If I make it compatible with the industry standard, people may practically have to buy it from me against their will, cause the industry standard software charge 1500$ a year. Mine would be just a one-time charge, and it is much better for accounting purposes...
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More travel updates
Yah, checked out Sicily on the web and its supposed to be cheaper than the rest of Italy, so perhaps not bad. In any case, staying here in a pension for 5 Euro a day could end up cheaper than living in Sicily, considering the food costs here. Furthermore, I'm having problems with my caravan battery again, especially in the cold, so here in the pension I can work in peace with tons of electricity...
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Staying at a pension
So I calculated that I don't have enough cash to make it reliably to Sicily, so I thought it would be a better idea to hang around this village next to the projects, cause I know some people there and know where I can get free internet without feeling obliged to order food or drinks all day. Found a nice parking spot by the river, the cafe opens at 6:30 in the morning, so my plan was to sit out the cold mostly in the cafe and read books with my head buried in the sleeping bag during the cold nights...
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About borders etc.
Yah, a ways back I had the same problem at the border, before they were in the EU, and I figure the border guard was just trying to weasle a bribe out of every driver. The escort on our bus always brought 2 bottles of wine every time we crossed over. Now it's pretty EU strict, with big signs saying "DO NOT GIVE THESE ASSHOLES EVEN A DIME!"...
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Software sales
So, since the last time I wrote, a tree planting company wrote that it is still interested in my software. Last year about 7 companies expressed interest. One thing I couldn't get going was to make it Plant Wizard (PW) compatible. PW is the industry standard and to make my system compatible with theirs I needed to see one of their exports...
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Travel update
Hey dudes, long time no talk. The reason why I'm asking you to subscribe to the online system is (a) about a year ago my laptop harddrive fried and I've been learning to backup absolutely everything online. I just don't trust these harddrives anymore, as several others failed at the same time and I lost a ton of information...
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Translation job industry
Translations can be pretty sporadic, and I guess even more so now after the financial crisis and collapse of a lot of global trading. In any case I have approached those 6,000 translation agencies I mentioned, about a hundred have responded back and now I am busy filling in their application forms etc...
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Partying is a waste of time
In Prague for about a week now and slowly settling down. Have lots of things I want to accomplish here and not sure if I'll even have time to accept any work, if it comes. Think I have enough to survive and looking forward to the drive back through Romania etc...
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How much they pay etc.
They like my cooking here so far, but the Bulgarian team hasn't arrived yet. But I think they will be secondary, in case that they wine for traditional Bulgarian food, but I think it should be okay. Rog is giving me 7 Euro an hour, another British dude just arrived yesterday and he will be the main project guy, and then the Bulgarians will be doing all the grunt work for 2 Euro an hour...
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Translator charges, programming etc.
Concerning the programming thing, yah, half a cent for anything that goes through the system, then half a cent if they want it vetted as well (the second half would require hiring someone, or I could do it myself until the workload gets enough). My markup has been 3 cents all these years so if enough turnover goes through it it will hopefully be interesting...
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Working as a translator and travelling
Yes, Czechs can be real morons with the translation thing. I still think I'm being grossly underpaid and hope that eventually enough Czechs will realise what a bunch of asses they are representing them as outside the country and agree to pay me 500Kc a page or something more reasonable...
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Travel life
So it was a nice drive through the mountains on my way off the island. I was sorta stuck in its middle, in the capital city (long story) for about three months. Various adventures, like the police thought I was a spy and demanded to examine all my electronics, but finally got out of there so that I could make it to my beloved coast. Took a special route to the port Lemassol which I haven't taken yet and spent the weekend on Mount Olympus, the island's highest point...
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Why NOT to cheat Google...
Yah, I was using google ads for a while, but got frustrated at the small amount of pennies I made, I was getting hungry, and started using proxy servers to click on my own ads. Was making 20 bucks a day and could have easily made more, but didn't want to push my luck. At total costs of only 10 bucks a day, this strategy secured my survival, while I would go about my other work with ease...
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About opportunities for working as a freelancer
Not having to go to work. Hmm, think I'm a veteran at that, but I've reached a new and exciting cusp in my career as a vagabond - php. I'm learning about dynamic web design and can now make sites like expats.cz and anything I want...
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About advantages of working as a freelancer
After seeing all the domains you guys bought, seemed like you were throwing your money around too much. But easy to do when setting up a business. I've learned from experience the art of starting slow, lean and mean, and work up slowly from a solid, bottom base. Everything else is hype and too much excitement...
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RV Lifestyles: Staying Safe on Remote Campsites
Considering several shocking occurrences in the Australian outback over recent years, it’s hardly surprising that many people are easily put off the idea of camping in remote areas because of what they see in the media. With crime seemingly on the increase, the comparative safety of ‘bricks and mortar’ becomes ever more comforting...
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Rekindling the Spirit of Exploration
Here’s a short test: Looking back over your last vacation, was it (a) lots of fun for the whole family, (b) reasonably adventurous, (c) an enjoyable learning experience, or (d) none of the above. Be honest. If you answered (d) perhaps it’s time to rethink your holiday strategies...
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How to Camp Smart
It’s one of life’s eternal mysteries: more often than not, it’s the little things that turn a good day lousy. Camping is no different. The big issues just come and go, but when you least expect it -- Wham!...
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How to Start an RV Lifestyle - Several Tips
Dreaming of traveling the country in an RV but need the basic information about how that lifestyle works? Here are five tips from an experienced full-time RVer that could help. Find out how to live and even work on the road while exploring the wonders of this beautiful country...
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Gone treeplanting
One of the reasons my visiting friend wanted to see Nicosia the capital was because we were starting to get on each others nerves and needed a break. When I was visiting Prague over Christmas and mentioned that I could survive on the island for about 10 bucks a day, his eyes perked and thought he had found himself a cheap vacation and temporary escape from the cold winter town. He told me he could cover my beers and food, and we shook on it...
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First friends visiting me to Cyprus
On the plane I made sure to drink as much beer as possible, to continue on the binge I had begun earlier that day so that I could be well prepared and lubed for my grand entry into alcoholic party Prague. Drank right up to the point of getting off the plane, grabbed a city bus, and started dragging my very heavy stuff the ten blocks from the metro station to my mother’s pad behind the National Theatre. About half way there I passed the Battalion...
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Staying in Cyprus
So I found myself a suitable parking spot on the "other side of the wall", close enough to the border so that I could catch a mobile signal from the Turkish side before I got around to getting a sim card for the Greek half. Turns out I was rather lucky to have over 400 points in credit because it took rather long for my mobile internet to work on the south side: apparently I was the first person in that country to want internet on an HTC (fancy), or perhaps any mobile phone using a prepaid sim card...
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Escaping the Cyprus heat
After I finished writing the chapter, during which time they kept coming up to me thinking it rather odd I did not want to join them dancing (must have been pressured by their boss to make sure every "client" was satisfied), I joined them at the bar and started chatting with them. After exchanging some niceties and having determined I was from the Czech Republic, the head girl said, "ah", and called over a rather pretty Slovakian girl to keep me company...
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Escape from boredom
Well, the Turks have certainly turned out to be nice and cuddly indeed. For those interested in Europe property investments, Yalikavak Turkey seems a good bet. Lots of totally undeveloped shoreline, warm climate, a nice quaint town which seems too hilly with snakey shoreline to afford some future ugly industrial zone, and with a growing British English speaking community for those who want to settle in somewhere without learning a new language...
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Barelling to Bodrum
Well, the fact that the Turks and Europeans have fought it out over this soil over the centuries could be reason enough alone to write a separate chapter on this, but the trip to south west Turkey, even though it only took three days, was interesting enough so I shall dedicate a chapter to that...
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Staying in Stoliv, Montenegro
Well, I did end up getting a lot of work, so it was nice to settle down for a while, pay to stay in a camp so that I could sleep with the back door open, and generally relax the more than a month that I stayed here
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Arriving to Montenegro
But first I had to pick up my liability insurance in Makarska. Back in Zivogosce Croatia, I was having a conversation with a visitor from Moravia (who was kind enough to give me a bottle of homemade Slivovice – plum brandy) about his travels to Bosnia, and the one thing he said they control when you cross the border there (note that you have to drive through Bosnia for a small section before getting out of Croatia on the east end) is that you have liability insurance
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Traveling through Croatia
So I did end up jamming with some of the campers in the secret garden. Brought my violin and harmonicas, got the bongo couple and guitarist together (who were about three tents from each other but never managed to play together), and soon enough there was a cosy circle of other campers seated around us enjoying the live music. The establishment eventually asked us to stop, so we moved the instruments to the beach and finished the evening under the moonlight by the ocean
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Working while travelling: The dream comes true - off to Croatia!
Well, it took a lot longer to complete the caravan truck than I originally expected, but it finally came. Not having work for a long time, spending most of my time trying to get the truck together, and most of my money on it as well, I was quickly running out of cash, so my departure had to depend on finding some fellow travelers who could pitch in on gas…
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How to Live in a Caravan
I wrote this page as part of my google ranking experiments, because I’ve gained this information and it can help others instead of just rotting in my head, because the internet is free and I like supporting that, and most of all, because everyone keeps asking me the same question when I tell them I moved into a truck: "Er, uh, so uh, like, where do you pee and take a shower?" They also frequently ask how I can survive without a cute travel mate, but that is on another page. So if you reaaaaaaaaally need to know
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How to Connect to Internet While Traveling
Many people enquire me about this, and it is important, especially for me, since my translation business depends on it.
There are many ways one can hook up to the internet. I'd say the most reliable of which would be through a mobile phone. These days you can get a mobile signal practically anywhere. All you would need is a good enough phone with which to surf the internet. For this purpose I like to use the MDA III
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How to construct a caravan - Beautification
I will certainly need to update this page further, as the pictures below are not of great quality and I am still in the process of beautification. I guess the main problem is that I ran out of money and therefore could not invest into all the toys I wanted to
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How to use solar panels to electrify your caravan
Of course everyone and their dog argued against me that it was simply not possible, but no, the solar panels are working absolutely magnificently and I am quite happy with them. My electrical needs are one to three laptops worth for 8 hours a day. For this I was advised to get two larger 110 Watt solar panels, which nicely fit on the top of my roof. I got them installed by a welder, who designed it so that they could be tilted in various ways and directions
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How to construct a caravan
It seemed I spent the most time in the beginning, staring at the metal and wondering how on earth I was going to attach the wood to it without piercing a hole through to the outside. But before I started with the wood, might as well do some cheesy pimping in the front. I bought some fake and also real leather, and just glued it on the ugly brown plastic dashboard
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Designing the caravan
I first prepared this website because I wanted help from some of my construction friends (located around the world) in designing my caravan and future home. Now I'm rewriting it to help others, if they would like to design their own caravan as I did
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Back to Czech - buying a travel van
So I landed back in Prague in time to see my visiting mom and hand my last year’s accounting to the accountant: two of the main reasons I did not extend my plane ticket and stay longer in Mexico, boohoo
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Mexico Trip - Off to Yosemite and Beyond
Take a few pictures of the Rockies I did, but the driver’s licence seemed a bit more difficult than I had first imagined. A friend of mine in Vancouver told me that, with the onslaught of Chinese immigrants due to 1997 in Hong Kong, and their supposedly notorious terrible driving, insurance premiums sky rocketed while I was away, and in response to that the driver’s examinations have become so much more stringent
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Mexico Trip - Getting a Driver’s License
Take a few pictures of the Rockies I did, but the driver’s licence seemed a bit more difficult than I had first imagined. A friend of mine in Vancouver told me that, with the onslaught of Chinese immigrants due to 1997 in Hong Kong, and their supposedly notorious terrible driving, insurance premiums sky rocketed while I was away, and in response to that the driver’s examinations have become so much more stringent
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How to Buy a Used Car
A great trick when looking at used cars is to look very hard at the paint job. A key way to tell if a car has been re-built is to open the gas tank and look around the tank for putty or scratches. If there is putty or an abnormal amount of scratches, this can mean that the car was in an accident with the gas tank affected. One thing to stand clear of is a builder or a vehicle that has been in an accident and has been re-built. Generally, you tend to have more reoccurring problems with vehicles that are re-built
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Mexico Trip
So, as some of you may know, I received a super large translation project about half a year ago which has enabled me to realise much of the dreams that have been bubbling up in my head over the last few years. I’ve been stuck in Prague, nursing my baby (my business) for the past more than a decade, until technology and circumstances have finally given me enough flexibility to be able to take my work with my on the road
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My Life in Prague
After completing my university education, and with the fun of university life behind me, my prospects for the future did not excite me. Prague 1I thought of opening a photo studio in Montreal, a city where I had never lived but which I had visited and appealed to me. Or, I thought, perhaps I should move to New Orleans. I spent my last summer treeplanting, where I discussed with others what I should do next. Most urged me to travel a bit before embarking on my "career", so I decided to make a swing through Europe
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Dream of working while travelling
This article of introduction was written for TranslationDirectory.com. Actually, I have to be a little proud that I may have been instrumental in bringing about the creation of TranslationDirectory.com because I hired Serhiy Onoshko, its founder and present CEO, to help me find customers…
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Can you be location-independent and enjoy travelling while making money?
Recently I was the willing target of several audio interviews. The topic of course, was blogging, however as is customary, most interviews begin with a little background study of the person in question…
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21 Ways to Improve Your Camping Lifestyle
Across the past 36 years or more, my wife and I have spent most of our free time - and now virtually all of our time - in the Australian outdoors. We started, as many do, with a small nylon tent and minimal camping gear, all loaded into the boot of the family car. It wasn’t long, however, before we graduated to a more robust outfit: canvas tent and basic off-roader, followed by the relative luxury of a camper trailer…
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RV Travels: How To Stay Healthy On The Road
It's no secret amongst experienced RV travelers: self-reliance saves money. The more independent you are of tourist parks, power hook-ups and all those other so-called necessities, the further your budget will stretch. And the greater will be your freedom…
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Travel trailer
A travel trailer or caravan is a trailer towed behind a road vehicle (or traditionally a horse or similar pack animal) to provide a place to sleep which is more comfortable, sheltered and protected than a tent (although there are fold-down tent trailers). It provides the means for people to have their own home on a journey or a vacation (holiday), without relying on a hotel, and enables them to stay in places where none is available…
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Mobile office
A mobile office is an office built within a truck, motorhome, trailer or purpose built shipping container. Most common are towable offices built on an axled iron frame for easy relocation. See also modular buildings] that offers re-locatable offices. Mobile field offices are often found on construction sites, or at disaster scenes where a temporary office space is needed…
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