My vacation in a nutshell ;)

My vacation in a nutshell ;) | ..AND HERE WE HAVE A STATUE OF BUDDHA WHO HAS BROUGHT ENLIGHTENMENT TO MILLIONS OF PEOPLE ENLIGHTENMENT!? I'LL WORSHIP HIM FOREVER IF HE BRI | image tagged in buddha,enlightenment,vacation,wifi,jying | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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First World Problems Meme | I WANT TO GO ON VACATION | image tagged in memes,first world problems | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
I would settle for a cheap motel room with a pull out couch as long as I was alone!!!!
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ALL OF OUR SOURCES HAVE CONFIRMED LYNCH HAS NOT BEEN ALONE WITHOUT TEARS FALLING OUT OF HER MAN SINCE 2006 | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Alone you say? Or just in the company of somebody who cares about how much you do for them hmmm lol.
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LOL I need some time with adults who will have conversations with me. Real conversations not conversations about stuff that doesn't matter!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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So what you're saying is, coming home everyday to hear about how rough somebody else has it and why they aren't happy isn't going to do it for you? Damn and I thought I might some day have a shot with you lmao!
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Hey there Lynch, here's an invitation to Imgflip's group chat on discord: https://discord.gg/zvaJWce
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Steve Harvey Meme | VACATIONS ARE ALWAYS GOOD | image tagged in memes,steve harvey | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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One Does Not Simply Meme | ONE DOES NOT SIMPLY VISIT ASIA AND NOT REALIZE HOW LUCKY THEY ARE TO BE BORN IN AMERICA | image tagged in memes,one does not simply | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
It was honestly pretty damn cool, there are always little things like trying to find something for a 5 yr old to eat at a restaurant in a foreign country without a giant yellow M out front lmao. Which no matter how off the grid it seemed we were would pop up surprisingly often! Still I have no real regrets, and wanted to make it special since my daughter is going to be 18 before I know it and I won't get the chance to do things like that with her forever..
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Being off the grid can be a blessing in disguise.
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True, it was very nice not knowing what type of jobs I was missing out on, something that has brought me home early in the past. My kids care not for phones or if there is internet access so no complaints there. Was mainly just me after we got back to the hotel and the kids were asleep that wanted to at least log on to the flip. Even though I wouldn't have had my laptop it would have been nice to at least check in with everybody so they didn't think I'd left like others have.
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I'm so Damn jealous of you right now lol! That sounds like an awesome trip! Definitely on my bucket list! Welcome home Jy!
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It was very cool thanks, if you ever get a chance to go pay to have some sort of guide is my best advice. Not the type you find at the airport either, something you arrange in advance. Knowing where to go and more importantly where not to is very important. It was important enough that I will always remember our guides name was Mongkut, because forgetting the name of somebody that kept me out of an area a huge protest was scheduled for that only locals knew about isn't possible ;) Plus having a translator is key to doing anything besides getting ripped off and or robbed blind and left in a ditch!
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4 ups, 1 reply
Wow!! Will definitely keep that in mind!!
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Dude was worth every penny when we got back to the hotel and found out from other tourists that their "guides" put them on a bus that ended up detouring through 4 hours of pothole filled jungle roads when all the roads back got closed due to a riot! Mongkut said we should travel south so we did. I'm really glad I'm not some typical American that would have thought they knew more about his home than he did and not have listened like this douche I met that told Mongkut he wasn't falling for his scam, that he knew all about people like him that tried to steal customers away from others. Then had the nerve to be a dick to the guy when he got back from sweating his arse off in a bus with no air all day. I think he was from South Africa, maybe Australian though in my experience only South Africans have that special type of ability to let their belief that white people are smarter than others, completely block their brains from understanding basic logic if presented by another race.
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Oh Damn!!! I've never met anyone from south Africa.
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I have only met two people in my lifetime from there so it's probably pretty bad that I base everything on them. Is however the opinion I've gathered from the locals almost everywhere I have been so I guess there is that as well. I mean they did only recently stop treating black people in frickin' Africa like they were the ones that didn't belong there, that says a lot about somebody I think, to be able to go to a place you aren't indigenous to and treat those that are like they are in your way, and that's putting it mildly lol! If I visit another country I want to become friends with some locals so I might get invited to places that tourists miss out on. If I was interested in going somewhere to feel like I'm better than the people that live there I'd just go to D.C. and sit in on a few sessions of Congress bwahahaha! In all seriousness though, I believe traveling should be as much about meeting people as seeing where they live. I can look at pictures of any place on the planet, I go to those places to see how different or the same the people that live there are from me. Hoping that maybe we have things we could learn from each other, or at least I from them, unless they want to know what it's like to have 100 types cereal to choose from at the store or that my country throws away more food in a month than theirs has to offer in 5 years. Ooops my haven't been in the States for a while so I feel like I know something is showing ;)
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3 ups, 1 reply
Glad you are back :)
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Wasn't a pain until the kids fell asleep and I got bored lol
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I did 5 days no meme making but always wandered on here for commenting here and there so not sure how you did it lol
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3 ups, 1 reply
Had to resist, if I got online I would have checked for available jobs and I wasn't going to ruin it.
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Good idea :)
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Had a neighbor like that once, don't know how they never noticed my constant video streaming, think it was an elderly couple that never used it though lol.
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Tbe best thing about traveling is the experience and the people you meet along the way. The worst part can be. The people you meet along the way lol and aciedently leaving a carton of milk in your refrigerator. My advice. Buy a new fridge :)
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LOL
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