Travel Mishaps for The International Playboy

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Travel Mishaps for The International Playboy

My life might seems like its blessed at times when you see me rolling heavy, Custom Suited Down, grit in mouth and with fly girls.

But truth be told, I take some heavy beatings from this International Playboy Lifestyle.

Some highlights:

1. In Dominican Republic back in December 2010, I pulled a leg muscle in a sparring session with a local boxing G. Basically sidelined me. Thank goodness for the fly Dominicanas with healing hands.

2. In Riga, Latvia, I got in multiple scuffles. One involved a Judo Throw. Another involved a Karate Chop. And yet another involved a full blown “knuckle up” on the cobbles. In the last one, I suffered a back injury.

3. In Bogota, Colombia earlier this year, I broke my cell phone charger while I was closing a big deal back in The States. I had to turn my phone off after every call just to save juice. I now travel with two-three cell phones for back up.

4. In Buenos Aires, Argentina in April, I had a major health scare.

5. I bruised my rib in a sparring session with one of my cousins in Belfast, Ireland.

6. In The Beaches of Spain, I spilled a full glass of water on my computer, in the middle of closing yet another huge deal back in The States. Luckily, it only ruined a few of the keys on the keyboard. For instance, whenever I typed a “t” it would type “t5″. It did the same with some other keys. You would be surprised how often you need to use the letter “t” when you type.

7. Then I re-injured my back again while surfing The North Coast of Spain on a hollow right.

8. I lost my Passport in Spain.

9. When I lost my Passport, I re-injured my back again, while lifting up a super heavy dresser from a weird angle in my apartment that I thought it fell behind (a book I had fell behind it). Then, my back went out while boxing a week later. I literally couldn’t stand up.

I had to get carted to the hospital in an ambulance! (First time in an ambulance).

My life might seem easy sometimes, but trust me, I take heavy punishment.

But I keep on punching. And if I said this Lifestyle wasn’t worth it, I would be lying to you.

Although, I think I am going to take it mad easy for a while…

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4 Comments on "Travel Mishaps for The International Playboy"

  1. The G Manifesto
    Chad
    12/10/2011 at 11:27 pm Permalink

    Look up, get up, but never give up
    -Michael Irvin

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    Fade
    13/10/2011 at 1:02 pm Permalink

    I’d rather have a life full of fun, travel and mishaps, than the “american dream” a life with a mortgage, 2.5 kids and a dog named rover.

    Get Asian Girlfriend

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  3. The G Manifesto
    petesgamethoughts
    13/10/2011 at 2:17 pm Permalink

    Sounds like that back is giving you a lot of problems. Do you do a lot of dead-lifting?

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    Donovan
    14/10/2011 at 8:52 pm Permalink

    I spent 5 months in Tokyo this year, all during the quake and tsunami, when I couldn’t get a bottle of clean water for two weeks after.

    My hair started falling out from stress.

    Still pulled ass from the club though.

    Still networked, made connections for my next trip to Tokio.

    Your right though – this lifestyle ain’t easy.

    But ain’t nothin better

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