I’ve done that.

I’ve strolled along a beach in the Philippines.  I’ve taken a speedboat tour of the Islands of Thailand.  I’ve volunteered in a refugee camp in El Salvador.  I’ve preached about Jesus to the Yao and Chichewa people of Malawi.  I’ve been offered weed in Hawaii.  I’ve learned to dance Salsa with my girlfriend in Korea.  I’ve drank Tsingtao Beer in Hong Kong.  I’ve toured a cemetery in Taiwan.  I’ve been thrown out of a taxi in Thailand.  I’ve ridden a scooter in the streets of Seoul.  I’ve toured the DMZ.   I looked upon the forbidden land of North Korea.  I’ve climbed a volcano in Guatemala.  I’ve done a bike trek on a remote Japanese island.  I’ve survived a deadly earthquake in El Salvador.  I’ve drank Corona in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.  I’ve made love in a Guatemalan lifeguard tower.  I’ve marveled at the Westminster Abbey.  I’ve bathed in a tub overlooking the vast African savanna.  I’ve conquered the Slickrock Trail in Utah.  I’ve stood at the gates of Buckingham Palace. I’ve eaten a fish sandwich on the docks of San Franscisco.  I’ve soaked in the hot springs in Montana.  I’ve eaten sushi in Japan.  I’ve had fish-n-chips in London.  I’ve driven a passenger boat in Atitlan.  I’ve had tacos in the streets of Mexico.  I’ve drank Guatemalan coffee in Guatemala.  I’ve ascended the pyramid at Chichen Itza.  I’ve seen wild animals on Safari in Africa.  I’ve looked upon Mount Kilimanjaro from a jet airplane.  I’ve fallen in love on top of the Empire State Building.  I’ve…

done these and many more things.

Tell me what you have done.


About UnderCoverChris

An American traveler teaching English in South Korea. See the world through my eyes.
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One Response to I’ve done that.

  1. I’ve given birth 4 times and got to see the birth of two of my 5 grandchildren. I was there with you and the rest of the family as we said goodbye to dad. I am realizing my dreams of what I want to be when I grow up. I’ve drank a Corona on the beach in Punta Cana, Domenican Republic. I’ve survived teen pregnancies and a divorce. I’ve been through hell and back in my mind and lived to tell about it.
    But most of all, I’ve been loved and saved and have been able to return that same love to all those around me. I’m part of a family that has survived.

    I’d say we have both accomplished and done a lot of things in this life of ours.

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