Freelance work is a special calling. The beauty is that there’s probably always something to do and that you can do it almost anywhere. Personally, as long as I have an Internet hookup and my laptop I’m in business. But what if you travel to somewhere as far away and distant as the islands of Maldives?
All the Comforts Of Home And Then Some
And by then some I mean private butler service; swimming pools; swim up bars; your choice of restaurants; king size beds; air conditioning or cooling fans; private bathroom; spas; big screen TV’s; Hi Fi Systems with Bose speakers; a library; wine cellar… need I go on? But after logging on to this website: http://www.onlyexclusivetravel.com/2428/818/objects/resorts/soneva-gili-by-six-senses.html I couldn’t find anything anywhere about wi-fi hookups and that spells trouble for me. Then again, if what I want to do is get away from it all and not be bothered with my freelance for a while, it would be the perfect opportunity to get about as far away from it all as I possibly can but still enjoy the luxurious amenities of a tropical fantasy island setting. I mean that is the point of getting away from it all to begin with is it not? To remove ourselves from the hustle and bustle of the everyday craziness that is the world in which we live? And that’s exactly what you’ll get when you visit the islands; pristine, very nearly untouched examples of Mother Nature at her very best. Clear blue ocean waters, sandy beaches, fresh air and clear blue skies (except for the occasional shower during the ‘summer’ months)—funny saying that when referring to an area where every day is virtually summer.
Come To Think Of It, Why Do I Want An Internet Connection?
If I were doing a story that revolved around the islands of Maldives I could certainly type it into my laptop and were I to need anything from the Internet, grab it when I get back to the mainland. And maybe even find some kind of information in the library at the resort where I happen to be staying (with books—like they did in the old fashioned days). With other amenities available and the natural surroundings themselves being completely and totally irresistible; I’m not sure how anyone could have a singular complaint. No wi-fi? Really?