public class Program
	public static async Task Main(string[] args)
		await AboutMe();
		Console.WriteLine("Press any key to close this window . . .");

	public Task AboutMe()
		Hi I'm David and this is my website. Welcome!

		I developed the site initially as a way to showcase and enhance 
		my web design skills but hope it becomes more than just that.

		Since around the year 2000 advances in technology have given rise 
		to a new kind of IT nerd, aka the 'Digital Nomad'. You might be 
		wondering what exactly is a 'Digital Nomad', like me a couple of 
		years ago? Essentially it is someone (generally in IT) who is able 
		to move around the world and make a living while doing so. 
		I'm a computer programmer and love travelling so I'll be honest seeing 
		others live this life while being stuck in a London office drinking 
		overpriced coffee made me slightly jealous!

		With my Tier 5 UK visa (I'm an Aussie btw) coming to and end in August
		2017 I decided to leave my job and travel through Central/South America
		while doing some part-time remote work. I had a great time and realised
		while doing so that I was alot more productive working remotely than in
		an office.

		Since 2012, when I went on my first overseas trip to Europe I've had a
		severe case of the Travel Bug. Fast forward five years and I've now 
		visited 59+ countries, worked in 10+ countries and still haven't been 
		able to find a cure. Check out my never ending bucket list. 

		I'm skeptical the Digital Nomad life is as good as social-media 
		accounts make it out to be but I like the idea of not being stuck in 
		the one location and being able to get a good balance between life 
		and work. My aim is to now get full time remote employment and make 
		this happen.

		I would also like to share useful information about my passions:

		1. Travel
		2. Photography
		3. Programming/Web Design

		I like taking photos and videos of the places I visit. If you would
		like to see some of my work, check out my gallery and videos.

		Thanks for visting the site and I look forward to sharing my journey,
		helping others and connecting with other like-minded people.

		//You only live once but if you do it right once is enough.
		return Task.CompletedTask;