Tuesday, July 7, 2009

So I'm up at 530am (230am LA time) getting picked up in 30 mins. Time to fly back home.

An uneventful night, had some wonderful suggestions from the twitpack about where to eat but crashed. Would love to return to Atlanta someday, apparantly they offer tax credits for filming so their's a good chance of that!
Sitting here thinking of all the places I've visited to work and film, the adventures I've had so far and it brought a smile to my hangovered crumpled morning face.

Everyone should travel as MUCH as they can. There are peeps I went to school with, in my home town of Southend, England, who's idea of travelling is 'popping down the pub'.

There is sooo much to see, I have only just scratched the surface, I've seen rainforests and deserts, beaches, jungles, mountain tops, villages and huge cities, amazing architecture and mud huts, passionate tango, magic, incredible cemetaries and simple graves of complicated historical figures, protest marches for peace and pot, beautiful oceans, volcanos, a frozen lake with a stunning church in the middle of it (Lake Bled) and the people, the people are wonderful!

The press and media perpetuates the myth that the world is seeped in hatred, war and violence but I haven't experienced that. That's not to say it isn't there, I've worked for USO type army tours, entertaining troops in the Falklands, Northern Island and Belize, I've heard bombs go off during my show (and I'm not talking about the jokes!) it is out there but I've seen so much more! I've seen successful peeps who share their wealth, others with nothing that are truly happy and share their love, people who are sick and dying who are more concerned about others than themselves, generous people, warm, loving and giving. THAT is the common denominator wherever I go and it rocks!

No real point to this mornings blog, other than to say to the world how much I appreciate it.

Go see it for yourself, you can' t have an opinion on politics, religion or fashion, ;), until you have seen how others live, its worth it trust me, as the Captain of the Titanic once said
'have I ever steered you wrong!'

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