France - Paris and Cannes May 30th 2007 5-30-07
Man I slept great on that roll out bed. There were not kids running up and down the hall. Isabelle said I could probably join them for breakfast and not be charged for the meal as I would be her guest. I could not pass this up. They had a big buffet kind of like I envision being on the cruise boats. I had not had a breakfast like this since I left Batchtown. I felt like Julia Robe ... read more
Europe » France Although ultimately a victor in World Wars I and II, France suffered extensive losses in its empire, wealth, manpower, and rank as a dominant nation-state. Nevertheless, France today is one of the most modern countries in the world and is a leader am... ... read more
A year of retirement in my 30's. Progressive thinking or insanity? Maybe a little bit of both. Either answer is fine by me.
Spending 1.5 years seeing as much of the world as possible. It has been a good ride. Feel free to come aboard!
Note: I planned to write a personal diary and then edit the diary for public viewing on this site. I soon realized during my travels that I would not have time to edit my journal writings, therefore what you see is a personal diary. The text was written on trains, boats, planes, buses, in hostels, hotels, homes, restaurants, pubs and often with very ... full info