“Let those who wish have their respectability- I wanted freedom, freedom to indulge in whatever caprice struck my fancy, freedom to search in the farthermost corners of the earth for the beautiful, the joyous, and the romantic.”
Reflection pieces (possibly rants), anecdotes, yearly wrap-ups and journal entries from places we’ve been.
Whatever isn’t a guide or photography to help you travel will be here.
This is purely a reflective piece. I left Israel a few weeks before the recent conflict in Gaza began. As a traveller and human being in this great big world, all I hope to do is learn and grow as I travel. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is extremely complicated and I am no authority on the matter. […]
Hate is such a strong word, right? Let’s go with I didn’t like it very much at all. I couldn’t wait to get out of Egypt and grew tired of it very quickly. No, it’s not because I had diarrhoea on day one of being there. It’s also not because Daniel went to the hospital […]
As always, 365 days have zoomed by and we sit here surprised that it’s NYE. I was feeling giddy as I woke up this morning, grateful for everything we accomplished this past year and pumped for what’s ahead in 2018. ContentsA Year of Multiple AdventuresMy First Full Year of Blogging Daniel’s First Photo ExhibitionLife & MarriageWhat’s […]
For male readers, just in case you missed the “menstrual” part in the heading, heed my warning – this post is about periods. My period to be exact. Read at your own peril.
I am not usually someone who responds to Facebook posts. Actually, I’m the Michael Jackson eating popcorn GIF – scrolling through reading the opinions of others with that frozen laugh look on my face that makes my husband think I’m a little nuts. But the other day I came across a post that I just […]
Cali is known as the salsa capital of the world so it was a no brainer that we’d go (we love to dance). Our overnight bus arrives early at 5:30am and there’s a queue of taxis waiting for us. We toss up between walking 2.5km at 5 in the morning or catching a taxi. Another […]