May 17, 2022

2013 Tips and Tales of a Vagabond

After more than 4 years abroad and on the road – my time to come home is rapidly approaching. I hope. My Arab wife’s final (I hope) immigration interview is tomorrow in Casablanca. If they approve it (which they have no reason not to) – I will be finishing this 4 year, around the world journey and coming home to a completely different world than the one I left.

To celebrate that and the ten year anniversary of Rough Living: Tips and Tales of a Vagabond – I’ve launched my latest book Smooth Living: Beyond the Life of a Vagabond and an updated and expanded version of Rough Living. I’ve also re-edited, re-formatted, and re-published Liminal Travel, Meliptimous Taggle, and my other fiction.

All of my published books can now be found at http://vagodamitio.com/books-by-vago-damitio/ with links to them or direct buy buttons.

I’m nervous, scared, and might have lost my mind from being in Morocco for too long. Coming home with a wife, a baby, and no idea of what might happen next is a BIG BIG thing. I look forward to sharing it with you, just as I’ve tried to share everything else.

If you’ve read my books and have reviews or notes, please don’t hesitate to share them with me or other readers.

~Vago

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6 thoughts on “Smooth Living: Beyond the Life of a Vagabond

  1. CONGRATS, VAGO! (why don’t you go by Chris anymore?) I knew little bits and pieces of your life, but I had no idea you’d been having to live without your wife for so long! I thought the 2 of you were happily living in Hawaii together all this time!

    btw…. can you email me sometime? I was curious about some things about blogging, and you are the most awe-inspiring blogger I know, so you are the one I’d like to seek insight from.

    Your life really should be a movie. Maybe if you don’t write it yourself, you’ll one day let me work with you on creating the perfect screenplay. After all, it worked for “Into the Wild”, and YOUR story at least has a happy ending!

    1. Haha. Well, it ain’t over yet. I’ve been living with my wife but without Hawaii! I’ve been outside of the USA for four years waiting for her to be approved to emigrate…we find out tomorrow…wish us luck!

  2. CONGRATS, VAGO! (why don’t you go by Chris anymore?) I knew little bits and pieces of your life, but I had no idea you’d been having to live without your wife for so long! I thought the 2 of you were happily living in Hawaii together all this time!

    btw…. can you email me sometime? I was curious about some things about blogging, and you are the most awe-inspiring blogger I know, so you are the one I’d like to seek insight from.

    Your life really should be a movie. Maybe if you don’t write it yourself, you’ll one day let me work with you on creating the perfect screenplay. After all, it worked for “Into the Wild”, and YOUR story at least has a happy ending!

    1. Haha. Well, it ain’t over yet. I’ve been living with my wife but without Hawaii! I’ve been outside of the USA for four years waiting for her to be approved to emigrate…we find out tomorrow…wish us luck!

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