Before Pixar or even Jules Verne, there was Homer's The Odyssey. The hero, Ulysses, was shipwrecked on an island with a cyclops, and he managed to outwit the giant son of Neptune by telling him his name was "Nemo," Latin for "no one." For, there is a power in names, and Ulysses did not allow the one-eyed behemoth to wield it.

When I'm out on the road, I do the same. I'm me, but I'm the best me. I leave a lifetime's worth of interpolation from my given name behind and experience the freedoms of the most liberating epithet. Whenever someone asks who I am, I tell them that I am no one. Who I am is not of consequence. The adventure that I'm on, though... now that's something worth writing about. 


Email: nemo [@] nemostravels.com


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