|Selfie in Pelos di Cadore, Italy where my Italian family originated|
Hmm. Let's see. Triple Grande at Starbucks in Seattle with a muffin?
$5 cooked chicken at Pavilions/Vons/Albertson's on Fridays in Santa Monica?
A brownie at a legalized marijuana store in Venice, CA? (I'm asking)
A glass of Martini Bianco at a bar in Torino?
A pint of Guinness at a pub in Dublin?
Half a plate of spaghetti carbonara from La Tana Dei Noantri in Rome?
A tip in the tip jar at the piano at Monteverdi's in Odeon in Paris?
Half a kir royale at the Ritz in Paris?
A beer at the bar at the Hotel Du Cap?
Shu Mai noodles at a noodle shop in Shanghai?
A burger and fries at the the Indiana couple's cafe in Lhasa?
A couple of flat whites at Carlucci's in Darlinghurst?
A guided tour of the Taj Mahal in Agra?
A flute from a green eyed flutist on the Great Wall of China?
Five minutes on a T line at an internet cafe in Kerala?
Pommes Frites with mayo from a street vendor in Amsterdam?
A tour of a museum in Mexico City?
A toy bow and arrow set from native south american's in the Amazon?
These are all things that I've purchased over the years with a measly five bucks.
And then poured into these three books.
Five bucks for seeing the world from a new perspective? (That's the red pill, right?)
|This view was free when I took this pic of the Potala Palace in Tibet, but worth 5 bucks anyways.|