So, today the world is supposed to end... up to now everything looks ok to me, but I’m in the other side of the world, I better wait till the end of the day in Mexico’s time zone to be sure nothing happened.
If the world were to end this day, I wouldn’t feel regrets. I’m happy about how my life is and I like the relationships with the people around me. Even thou I’m not with my family today, I feel they are with me trough my actions, who I am comes from who my family helped me to be. I love them and they know I am doing what I like to do; explore this world.
Some of you might already know me, my name is Cesar Marino, I'm a young Costa Rican guy in search of personal development and lucky enough to be able to travel to some amazing places around the globe.
From today and for a couple of weeks, I'm gonna be writing about the experiences I live in the places I will be visiting on my way back to United States (where I currently study a little bit of finance, economics, entrepreneurship and psychology, and where I have to be before classes begin).
I arrived yesterday to Bali, this is the second time I've been in Indonesia in one month, the last time, I went to Batam, I took a ferry from the very developed Singapore, 45 minutes and I was there, I might write about it later. For Bali, I flew from Singapore, I took me two and a half hours. Here, the cost of living is low, you can eat really good food for less than 15 USD, renting a car with a driver to take you around the island where ever you want is 50 USD for the day. And that exactly what I did today and what I plan to do tomorrow.