¨Sometimes the hardest thing and the right thing are the same¨

This is the hardest blog I’ve had to start yet. This is my last entry from South America, though far from my last entry. The adventure has only just begun. I found myself in the most unlikely of situations. I went to Mancora, knowing it was my paradise from 2 …

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Oh there you are, Mr. Gut.

“This is good. But as far as I can tell it’s still heavy as hell when it’s good. And I do like the road but I’d be better at home.” -Dan Mangan This will be my last entry from Mancora. Wow, that’s a weird thing to type for me. I’ve …

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You just think you’re leaving… but you will be back soon…

So I have exactly a week left in this paradise. And I’m starting to just itch to leave. I’ll miss this place and much more so the people here so very much, but I’m ready to continue on my travels. Actually – correction – I’m ready to be back home! …

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What on earth have I been up to?

The days are a blur. As they should be. People come and go, most saying they’ve booked in for 3 nights and wind up staying a week or more. The goodbyes are rough, some more than others. Yogi left a week or so ago, that one sucked. He was the …

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Debit, where art thou?

Sigh. It seems every time I write a blog recently I am semi intoxicated. But, alas, they seem to turn out alright anyways. Today I went to town. Exciting, hey? Ok, not really that fascinating. But I saw this bikini I instantly fell in love with. So I went to …

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Will I ever leave this paradise?

As you can see, I remain happily in Mancora. It’s funny how things come about. This was not remotely the trip I had planned. The plan went as follows: Go to Bogota, fly to Leticia, boat to Iquitos… ok I got that far. From there I was to do 2 …

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The Beautiful Life I’m Currently Living

Hmmmm so I guess I haven’t posted in a while… My days are spent with the most beautiful of people in a beach paradise. The hostel is not too big nor too small, with flows of many people staying here to barely any at all. Everyone becomes friends very quickly, …

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Drunken Bartending in Mancora

Mancora

This will be a short one. I am bartending in Mancora again. It is completely amazing. Basically, we all work 3 or 4 five hour shifts a week, and for that we get free accomadation, free breakfast, free lunch, and 40% off our drinks and any other food. Working does …

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