“When one man, for whatever reason, has the opportunity to lead an extraordinary life, he has no right to keep it to himself.”
- Jacques Cousteau (French Explorer, 1910-1997)
Greetings, to a "Life Without Borders".<>
"I want to go local faster."
-- James Easter
"The more you see, the less you’ve seen!"
-- Jason Webb
"I am not really that fond of the actual traveling – the waiting, unpacking, packing, motion sickness and airplane food. What I do like is getting to know new places. Making a city “my own” by creating some form “everyday life” in places a visit"
- Marcus Andeon
This is growing list of unique people who live without borders, it is my personal opinion these people share the same secret lifestyle as myself. They enter a cities without knowing when they leave, they are slow travelers (..livers), who want to enjoy everything in life before the leave.
Mobile Householders: The most accurate words to describe these people is they are people who maintain households in many cities, and it is mobile enough to move from city to city.
Are you this type of person? Open-exit date traveler, this person enters a location and leaves when they want. Contact to explain?
List of great cities recommended by this group.
This is the story of Collin Wright, who sold everything and traveled the planet. He continues to work from remote locations around the world.
In a "TED Talk," Sean Ogle explains "The Future Of The American Dream." I believe he qualifies as a "A Life Without Border."
List of habits of seasoned travelers who understand how to enjoy travel, and live their live anywhere they wish with no desire to return.
Akaisha And William Kaderli - A Life Without Borders
Andy Graham is a person who lives in many location all over the world, this page explains his lifestyle.
We truly get what we deserve from life. We all can renege on the deal, we do not deserve the life we was given, and we deserve the life we take.
Chris Smith - A Life Without Borders
Doug Murray - Presently located in Canada.
Earl Baron - WanderingEarl.com: Back in 1999 I left home for a 3-month backpacking trip to Southeast Asia. That trip has yet to end.
Eric Clearwater - A Life Without Borders
Rogue Travelers of the planet, I am giving notice, Kara, Togo is Expat Heaven, it is time to come, before everyone has has "The Map."
Heidi Liestøl Undheim - presently in Hamburg, Germany
James Easter presently lives in Panajachel, located on Lago Atitlan in Guatemala.
Jasmine Stephenson is a slow traveler who has stopped to live more than one month in many cities around the world.
Jim Klee - A Life Without Borders
John Linnemeier - A Life Without Borders
These people live without borders, controlling the who, when, where, why, what, how, and how much: they live a life without borders on planet earth.
Marcus Andeon - A Life Without Borders
Michael Robert Powell - A Life Without Borders
Mike Trask - A Life Without Borders presently in Canada.
Nora Dunn - A Life Without Borders
Robert Winick - Presently in Russia, you can follow his trip on Blog or subscribe using Yahoo groups.
Robin Reifel is presently in Venezuela.
A long term traveling in the moment. All provisions materialize in the moment.
Stephen Noton - A Life Without Borders
Wade Shepard - A Life Without Borders. Why he perpetually travels the world.
- Tourists: Round-Trip entry, they have an itinerary and know when they will leave.
- Expats: An expatriated person lives in one offshore location, never wanting to leave, often retired or started a business.
10 Habits of Effective Travelers
1. Immersion in local culture, often learn languages.
2. Do not leave until they have the good price on plane.
LIVE ANYWHERE THEY WANT:
LIVING IN MANY PLACES
Potential Pro Traveler who stay longer:
If you know someone who is a slow traveler, please Andy Graham at china-marbles.info. Thank you,
Andy Graham --- Contact
I don't believe my partner and I quite qualify as although we planned to travel for a lot longer, with the 'help' of google, our plans have had to change. We have agreed around one year (at the 6 month mark now), unless we do well and can continue to travel and see more of Asia. Due to this we now have less time than expected, but refuse to be pulled into the "squeeze as much in as possible" mentality that unfortunately so may backpackers have. We have now been on Koh Tao, Thailand for 3 weeks and will stay for at least another 2. Trying to fit in such large countries in a short space of time is absolutely pointless and you never get a feel for the place. For example - we met three girls in Hanoi who had given themselves just 1 week for Vietnam - 1 week! Thats absurd and totally exhausting! I would love to continue to travel, learning more about where I go and more importantly, about myself :) It is by far one of the best experiences you can choose to go through - and the most rewarding!