Written on June 12th
It’s summer in Quebec and the Festival season has started in Montreal where I live. The streets in the city center will be closed for several weeks where big scenes have been put up to welcome artists from around the world. During my long absence the city did an amazing job in finishing the Quartier des Spectacles designed for the Festival season. The wonderful thing about Montreal’s festivals is that all the outdoor shows are free! Continue reading
Far away from family.
Far away from beloved friends. Friends you’ve known for years. Decades even sometimes. Friends who know you, your habits, your strengths, your weaknesses but who don’t care. Friends you can count on and for whom you are there for too. Friends who understand you. Friends you connect with. Continue reading
Chiang Mai is nice but after several weeks spending all my time partying and eating I felt the need to move again and explore another part of Thailand: Isaan. What is called Isaan is the northeastern part of the country which borders Laos on its north and east frontiers and Cambodia in the south. Continue reading
When I landed in Bangkok I didn’t know what to expect. I was following the political situation closely on the web while I was in Hawai’i, as the Red Shirts had taken the streets of the capital city to show their disagreement toward the government in place at the time, Continue reading
What I thought would be two relaxing weeks by beautiful beaches on Oahu and Kaua’i, reunited with my dear friend Melissa that I hadn’t seen in almost a year and after stressful months in Montreal preparing my departure ended up being 14 hectic days which left me out of breath by the time I reached my next destination. Continue reading
It all started when a friend of mine suggested me a book first published in 1992 (and recently revised and re-edited for the 21st century!) titled “Your money or your life: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence”. In nine steps. Continue reading