Tag: Travel

Lady of Leisure

I used to be referred to as a lady of leisure all the time. I used to laugh it off, but it would often be accompanied by feelings of guilt. Should I be enjoying living my life the way I am? Should I be happy that I get to do whatever I want, whenever I

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Abundant in all ways

What does abundance mean to you? For me abundance is having the freedom to go away when I choose and eat out for breakfast, lunch and dinner if I choose, at least as a start. On our hot air balloon trip recently we met a beautiful older couple celebrating the gentleman’s 70th birthday. His beautiful

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Your beliefs are yours – not mine

I prefer to deal with stuff IF it happens. I prefer to turn my ‘waiting’ into being. So I ask everyone who keeps telling me I will need a vaccination to travel, or I will be locked in a country, or any of the other things you believe will happen, to keep it to yourself.

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The Surrender Experiment

Next time you want to say No, consider saying Yes. Because you just never know where it may lead you. Surrender has this beautiful way of giving you what you deeply need underneath what you think you want. Reading The Surrender Experiment by Michael A Singer has me thinking about the times in my life

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Africa – My Greatest Teacher

I randomly booked a volunteer trip to Tanzania, which is one of Africa’s destinations that has a large number of activities for tourists Such as Mt Kilimanjaro, Serengeti National Park, Norongoro Crater and the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar and has generally remained untouched by the rivalries and political upheavals that other neighbors have. I had

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Volunteering abroad

Do what makes you happy. Everyone always says this right? But what does it actually mean? For me the day I bit the bullet and signed up for a Habitats for Humanity build was a stepping stone in my life. I’ve always wanted to volunteer but wasn’t sure when or where or even how. When

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Where the crabs and the turtles bite

For our 24th December Port Vila Stop I had been recommended a tour guide by the name of McKenzie who runs his tours via the Unique Tours and Transfers Facebook . So I booked us all in for his tour at a cost of $85 per adult and $50 per child where he would take

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