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So the gorgeous @LYXZEN and @RAMBO have set us the task of explaining what three wishes we would like, if fortunate enough to find a genie.

So lets crack open my head and see what falls out. ^.~

It's been a challenge to think of things, I originally thought about wishing for no one to have the ability to lie, to irradiate money, for a...
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tonni003z:
a person worth knowing if life
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So since I committed to travelling the beginning of next year, for an unknown length of time(basically whenever I ran out of cash ect) I've understandably bounced through so many emotions and thoughts.
Just the usual suspects of fear of the unknown and worries of what bad could happen to me while in a foreign land. Which has lead me to momentary moments...
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vareon:
@aron31 Thank you! and but of course! expect a shit ton of travelling spam to come! ^.~
nutmeg:
When does your joueney begins? or has it already? Let me know if you're around Cork, Ireland :) @vareon
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Today marks one week since I solidified my plans to travel. The idea had been bouncing round in my head for quite some time now, seemingly just out of reach, even despite the fact I've actually been saving towards it for just over a month. I knew one thing, I wanted to experience as much of the world, the different cultures and people in...
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raindogsteve:
Sounds like an amazing adventure and life changing experience that you are planning. So brave of you to pick the hard way to do it too and put yourself as far out of your comfort zone as possible! I'm sure hearing about your experiences would be fascinating, not least because you write so well. I recently heard another way of expressing the death bed regret sentiment, I think it was on the Gilmore Girls of all things, and was something like: "I want to live my life so that I'll be able to read an in depth biography about myself in later years and not puke." I quite liked that!
pyrdaemon:
Traveling is definitely worth it, it was the main bonus to joining the military for me. Coming to South Korea and now Japan I can tell you South East Asia is worth seeing and staying in for awhile. I haven't been to China but S. Korea and Japan are both not too tricky to navigate as an English speaker. S. Korea is especially accessible and people are not shy about trying their English out. The Japanese are shy, but if you learn a few basics they will open up. Most of the younger generations all know  English in both countries. If you're thinking about S. Korea at all hit up @flowerbomb She's been living there as an English teacher!