This is the price of life Sao Paulo, Brazil! Leave a detailed list of your cities expenses in the comments because there is someone, somewhere, who wants to live the ExPat life, and needs your information!
Here Are My Calculations! ~>
I’m not sure if Renato Yada refers to himself as a Japanese/Brazilian or a Brazilian/Japanese, but it doesn’t matter. Renato is eccentric, he knows it, and we love it!
Ernest White II sees the world through the lens of a storyteller, explorer, and proponent of what he calls “reasonable recklessness”.
Now, with his own television series, he’s bringing new perspectives to the screen. We talked about his ability to connect people from the USA and Brazil to Europe and South-East Asia on the other side of the planet.
We had a conversation that went far, far beyond world travel!
I’m being called on more and more often to coach new world travellers on how to get started on a global journey! I am always glad to pay it forward!
At best, this will be one of the least exciting technical aides I have ever penned. Though, however academic, you will find joy in that if you ever plan on travelling or living abroad, this will be the most comprehensive list of things you need to do to get started that you will ever read. ~> Wheels up, lets go!
My cousins, The Bull Of Gleaming Blades and CosomoNaughty, taught me how to become a Survivalist in the urban outback. How to live on the land, in the concrete jungle.
I’ve always been an advocate of men being Preppers, but an area that is often neglected is what it takes to be a true Survivalist. It’s easy to learn about and train in how to survive in the outdoors, the harsh Desert/Jungle/Woods where you live. On the other hand, if you live in a city, or typically urban area, that’s just not an option.
Most of us are miles away from the proverbial edge of town.
Four stops along the way, from Sao Paulo, Brazil to the Parana River! Open wide->
As a writer, I’ve learned to never start a positive comment with negative words. In Global Insights – The Zen of Travel and BEING in the World, Dr. Monteiro broke the rules of being a so-called “travel writer”, so I feel no shame (a laughable concept anyway) in putting forward my thoughts on her book.
What the book isn’t!
- It’s not a happy-go-lucky, generic coming-of-age book written by someone with no life experience.
- It’s not a book that highlights the highs and avoids talking about the painful, gut-wrenching, and often soul-crushing sacrifices made in order to live the dream.
- It’s not a book to be taken lightly, or easy to put down.
- It’s not even the “part memoir; part motivational/inspirational text; part travelogue; part collection of psychological insights into creativity, motivation, and self-actualization”, it’s billed as. Because this book is far more than the sum total of its profound, yet disparate parts.