Category Archives: Catania

14 things I learned when I quit my job to travel the world

I found this article online and thought it appropriate for this site. I’ve taken the liberty of infusing my own insights. By Anisa Purbasari Two years ago, I made the decision to leave my job as a lawyer to travel … Continue reading

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RIP my erratic HP companion

In May 2010, as I worked daily to rid myself of nearly all my belongings before heading off to Costa Rica, where I thought I would be retiring permanently, I purchased a laptop. This was to replace the desktop Mac … Continue reading

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Leaving Catania

The waiting is the hardest part. Catania has given me rain and cold for my final two days. No walking. No exploring. Can’t even dry my last batch of laundry. Damp clothes going to Indonesia. It’s Monday and I’ve been … Continue reading

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