At the end, each blogger nominates 5 other bloggers. Nobody nominated me (probably because I’m an asshole) so I wrote to the source and she nominated me. (You see sometimes being an asshole works.)
At one point, in 2010, the tagline of this site was Casbah Life, Moroccan Wife, Swiss Army Knife….and that was what it was. I was living deep in the Casbah of Sefrou with no tools but a Swiss Army Knife and struggling…
World travel can be dangerous and expensive. One thing you don’t want to do is get stuck somewhere with no money, no options, and no chance to save yourself. That’s where travel insurance can really come in handy.
The gentle reader will never, never know what a consummate ass he can become until he goes abroad. I speak now, of course, in the supposition that the gentle reader has not been abroad, and therefore is not already a consummate ass.
My interview with Steve Jermanok made me feel both humbled and refueled with a lust for new adventures. I hope you enjoy it too.
After a few years of offline discussion, we’ve decided to bring comments on travel back online here at Vagobond.
It’s not as well kept as the Batha Museum, not as grand and glorious as the Karaouyine Mosque, not as stinky or touristic as the famous Fez tanneries, but there is something truly awe inspiring in this famous, decrepit but still beautiful house.
He’s worked with charities, supported survivors of abuse and natural disasters, given those listeners who need hope, charity, or understanding a way to empower themselves, and on top of that – he serves as an example that it is okay to be a good, nice guy and you don’t have to finish last if you are.
there is much more to this book than the adventures and misadventures of an American family in Italy – instead, this book is about finding the balance in our lives between work and play – it is about the importance of taking the time to really live – and it is filled with powerful messages that every stressed out CEO or entrepreneur needs to read