Today I found, in my local currency, the equivalent to 20 dollars, and the first thing that came to my mind was: One free day! As that’s what I usually have to pay to live on this planet for one day, including rent and food. so when I found it, I was so grateful, because this day was for free. I had been exempted to pay existence tax for this day, so I could just relax…"One free day"
Traveling using Couchsurfing is like living a different life every day. Today you’re part of a group of students, staying in the student dormitory, playing Diablo 3, partying all night, eating instant noodles and living the life if a student. Tomorrow suddenly you are part of a nuclear family, with children, pets, and everything, you have family dinners, you talk about how your day was and then you sit on the couch to watch tv…"About Couchsurfing 3"
I always think of KL as this post-apocalyptic city, a place where life ended a while ago, and even though it’s full of people everywhere I see it as a devastated, desolated, ruined place. Last year I thought it was the shades, but still, can’t explain why it happens only in KL. Yesterday my friend took me for volunteer work at the Zoo Negara, and it was such a great experience, all these years living…"About KL"
Bruno: I’m sick and tired of this. Enough is enough, this system is corrupted, I don’t want anything to do with it anymore. Friend: Oh boy, here we go. Bruno: Seriously, I’m not gonna worship money, I’m tired of everything and I don’t want to live on this planet anymore. Friend: That’s great, because I don’t want you to live on this planet anymore. Bruno: You need me. Friend: Yeah whatever, what happened now? Bruno:…"Whatever 10"
The other day, I was talking to a friend while we were waiting to shoot some scenes and the subject of western-Asian relationships popped up. She’s originally from north america, but has been living in Korea for a number of years now, and had the chance to date a bunch of korean guys, so we started talking about the differences between dating koreans vs dating western guys. For me as a guy, always find it…"Someone that I've never known"
The other day, I was talking to a friend while we were waiting to shoot some scenes and the subject of western-Asian relationships popped up. She’s originally from north america, but has been living in Korea for a number of years now, and had the chance to date a bunch of korean guys, so we started talking about the differences between dating koreans vs dating western guys. For me as a guy, always find it…"Someone that I’ve never known"
me: how have you been? Ale: good, and you? me: not bad any news? Ale: not really me: did you find the meaning of life? Ale: yes me: 42? Ale: nop it has the meaning each one of us wants to give it if you want to suffer, no matter what happens, you will feel suffering if you want to learn, no matter what happens, you are going to learn if you want…"The meaning of life"
This is from Jurgen’s CS profile: “At every moment, at every fork of the road there’s always something you should do, and something you want to do….. …go for the second option! Always go for the second option!” I met Jurgen back in 2007, and it inspired me a little bit. Of course, I’d met many people saying the same things before him, but he was the only one who lived like he wanted…"About Jurgen"
Girl: So.. what’s your favorite food? Bruno: I like cheap food. Girl: Haha, why is that? Bruno: Because it tastes like freedom. Girl: What do you mean? Bruno: It tastes good, it tastes like freedom. Girl: And how does freedom tastes like? Bruno: I’ll explain, if food is cheap that means I can buy or get more of it, we transform the food into energy, so cheap…"About food"
There were those nights, warm summer nights, when we were out in the countryside, and we felt the wind on our faces, that’s when we knew, that’s when we knew we were alive. When we were sitting by the lake, drawing circles in the sand, and just gazing at the stars, then the wind will blow your hair, that’s when we knew we were alive. And while waiting for a ride, by the side of…"That's when we knew we were alive"