My vagabonding journey or as it has turned into, lifestyle, began 38,712 hours ago. Four and a half years of a life nomadic and counting…
Vagabonding is a nomadic lifestyle of exploring the world and cultures for an indefinite amount of time.
The intro of this post is identical to the post I published 365 days ago, sans the numbers. That’s because that hasn’t changed but there have been developments.
Travel wise, 2016 has been the slowest since I started living on the road. I’ve been traveling slower and staying in places longer. Spending most of my time in Indonesia, Thailand, Egypt, Philippines and Malaysia.
But I’ve found a new base where I’ve been able to sort of “settle” with my girlfriend, Carolyn. A condo at The Light Collection on Penang Island, Malaysia.
Travel however, is still and always be a part of my core. So there is still much more adventures to come.
I’m just getting (re)started.
Longevity without substance is meaningless continuity.
The most important life lesson I learned this year is that I don’t have to always have to be on the move and experience new things on a constant basis to be happy.
I wish you all a great and inspiring 2017.