a man who has it all figured out.
a man who built his own houseboat. a long canoe with a tent in the back. big enough for him to seek shelter at night.
a man who has his most important essentials with him. a bunch of fishing equipment, a paddle, a pack of cigarettes, a bottle of juice and mini battery operated radio.
a man who sails people around for pocket change. a floating taxi, if you will.
a man who doesn’t need anything more or anything less to get by.
this man has it all figured out.
“Again, after some time (usually 6 to 12 months), one grows accustomed to the new culture and develops routines. One knows what to expect in most situations and the host country no longer feels all that new. One becomes concerned with basic living again, and things become more “normal”. One starts to develop problem-solving skills for dealing with the culture and begins to accept the culture’s ways with a positive attitude. The culture begins to make sense, and negative reactions and responses to the culture are reduced.”
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