Dreamer and traveler…

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About Adventure trails

Humanity is, by nature, a nomadic species. Eons ago, early humanoids travel far and wide to hunt for food, look for resources, and make fellowships with other nomadic tribes. But the domestication of animals and the need for security brought these nomads into simple structured units, slowly emerging into civilizations of complex relationships. It goes without saying that the emergence of civilization constricted the human instinct to travel, be free, and be one with nature. 

On the other hand, civilization opened up new vistas for humanity to explore: arts and culture, politics, the ethereal, and the ideological. Traveling is no longer confined in physical spaces, immeasurable in hours or miles. Traveling becomes a daily experience, transcending all boundaries.

Adventure trails, political tales, and other travails… is a testament to one man’s incessant longing to be free from physical, political, or social boundaries. It is the author’s motley collection of travel diaries, random ruminations, and straight-from-the-gut opinions on public affairs. 

Adventure trails documents the author’s nature trips, mountain logs, adventure experiences, and out-of-bounds escapades in the great outdoors. On the other hand, Political tales narrates the author’s take on raging issues of the day.

Finally, Other travails are the author’s random ramblings and sporadic thoughts about whatever piques his interests.

About the Adventurer

full of contradictions — simply complex. radically idealist yet painfully pragmatic. insists on the existence of an absolute truth, but often takes a post-modernist poseur. passionate. dreamer. perfectionist. obsessive-compulsive. impossibly determined. hopeless romantic. 

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. (Mark Twain)

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