Thoughts on My Trip and America
Ok, so I just got back to the USA last week after 13 months of being away. For those of you who have just started following my blog, I used to be pharmacist and took some time off to follow my dream of traveling, adventuring, and exploring.
So, what are my initial thoughts on being back? I have to admit, it was nice to see a heterogeneous group of people. It’s pleasant to hear different types of languages breeze by you while standing in one place. It’s wonderful to not receive the “what the hell” face when you speak English without an Asian accent.
I’ve had many people ask me what my favorite places/experiences were. My answer to that is, nothing is the same anywhere just like no one is ever the same. Your experiences and my experiences will really never be the same. But before I get more philosophical, I don’t have an exact favorite place or experience. I’ve drank beer with the locals in Germany, had sushi in Japan, had Pyongyang Noodles in Pyongyang, ate the strangest things in China, rode a camel in Tunisia, and many more. I think those experiences were awesome and I would do all of them again even if it hurt.
So now what? Now, I’m still trying to figure out if I should continue the adventure by going back to China and studying for 2 years or getting a job as a pharmacist. I don’t know what I should do. If you read it, help me out!