Funny, inspiring and disturbing travel tales of perdition and bliss
Efraín Villa, the Aimless Vagabond, is a travel writer, photographer, actor, and global wanderer whose endless quest for randomness has led him to a mixed bag of careers, including: tourism marketing director for the great state of New Mexico, pharmaceutical salesman, and trainer in police shooting simulations.
He has traveled, lived, worked, and volunteered in more than 50 countries in five continents.
While not running his consulting firm in Albuquerque, he is busy devouring exotic foods and avoiding adulthood in faraway countries.
Oh, also, he writes.
Check out his funny, inspiring and disturbing travel tales of wanderlust at: www.aimlessvagabond.com
ABQ Free Press
A Tale of Two Canyons
New Mexico Kids! September October 2016
Travel Nightmares: Mistaken For A Deity
Male Privilege, the Girl Card, and Penis Envy in a Land Run By Men
A Lesson from the Beautiful People of Myanmar
When Being the Messiah Goes Really, Really Wrong (featured on NPR’s Weekend Edition: Travel Nightmares)
Bungee Jump Accident in Peru and the Loss of a Penis