Saturday, March 13, 2010

Reverie on the other side of the world.

I've been wanting to travel the world for quite a while now. Thus far, most of my memorable endeavors (outside of Sicily, or course) consist of getting into my car and simply driving to new territory. I'd venture out far into the unknown rural towns of western Connecticut, with no destination in mind, other then the fact that I'd return home at the end of the day. On an international scale, I'd like to uphold the same style of improvisation. To simply go. To travel. Going to Sicily last year was one of the best experiences of my life, but even that was too structured for what I would like to do. Having the luxury of a hotel, a tour guide, set meals, and chaperones truly take away from that element of improvisation, that I hold so dearly. It was a great taste of lifestyle of travel, but it was not enough.

I am not ready to be locked into a career. I'm fully capable of beginning mine, but there's too much left for me to accomplish in life before I start.

The next year is going to be a very exciting time, and I'm grateful to have inspiration to do this.

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