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CHILE | Mon, 25 Feb 2019 | By nortina | Views [34] | Comments [3]

Hace menos de un mes me tocó la última radiografía, baciloscopía y examen de sangre del tratamiento contra la tuberculosis. Esto de manera preventiva. Es extraño. Si bien sabía desde antes del día de ... Read more >

Tags: gratitud, paciencia, sanación, tuberculosis

Here we go again....

RWANDA | Fri, 7 Sep 2018 | By mekikepilala | Views [108] | Comments [2]

Well it is all about to happen again - Rwanda, Tanzania and Malawi this time. THe Safari Sisters are together again on another adventure full of gorillas, tree lions, pink flamingoes and a wild african music festival... see you onthe other side. Sorry ... Read more >

NZ Wilderness Misadventure

NEW ZEALAND | Wed, 10 Oct 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [384] | Comments [1]

New Zealand is such a gorgeous place, and that's part of why it's my favourite country. I love tramping (hiking, to you folk from the rest of the world) and I've done many fabulous walks both in NZ and elsewhere. My favourite walk in all of NZ is the ... Read more >

An Oslo Stroll

NORWAY | Mon, 10 Dec 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [114] | Comments [1]

For much of this trip I was dreading having to spend time in Oslo. The Norwegian capital just doesn't stand out the same way as London, Rome, or Vienna. People travel to France just to go to Paris and to the Netherlands to go to Amsterdam but you'd be ... Read more >

From the snow to the blooming desert of Anza Borrego

USA | Sun, 3 Mar 2019 | By margitpirsch | Views [74]

March 2nd in La Quinta.   In San Diego at a beautiful sunset I realize, that we are going to say good bye to the Pacific for a while, heading east..a bit north/east to visit James’ brother in La Quinta before riding due east out of ... Read more >

Experiencing the desert - heading east

USA | Sun, 10 Mar 2019 | By margitpirsch | Views [43]

Tuesday, March 5th  Fast pace line from Palm Desert to Mecca and then we took a side road ( Box Canyon Rd) which turned out to be closed to traffic. Due to mud slides/flash floods, the road has practically disintegrated in places through this ... Read more >

On the road again...

USA | Fri, 15 Feb 2019 | By margitpirsch | Views [81]

Thursday February 14th   We had two days of Sunshine, going over Devil’s Slide through Santa Cruz to Monterey - up that steep Hill with the campground on top. Enough to feel secure again.......storm coming? What storm? Blue skies ... Read more >

Getting out of the bubble after 4 years of preparing

USA | Fri, 15 Feb 2019 | By margitpirsch | Views [77]

Saturday February 9th First day “on the road again” Home sweet home didn’t let us go that easy! An AMAZING good bye gathering at the Java Hut in Fairfax so joyful and loving. I filled up my “tank” with all that ... Read more >


UNITED KINGDOM | Sun, 3 Jun 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [256]

The weather was absolutely gorgeous today; not a cloud in the sky. I had the most difficult time sleeping due to another nuisance of a plant. Pennsylvania has poison ivy, yet Ireland has stinging nettles. During my miserable geocaching run yesterday ... Read more >

The Emerald Isle

IRELAND | Wed, 30 May 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [248]

What you see here is an emerald facade but here I am in the Land of Eire. Upon arriving in the Emerald Isle, I've come home to my motherland. My first photo is that of a door, and little did I know that the doors of Dublin are famous. Whilst ... Read more >

Dancing Lights!

SWEDEN | Fri, 7 Dec 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [120]

Weeks ago I asked the Northern Lights on a date, and she accepted. However, she (the aurora) and the weather have both been, respectively, flaky and annoying. Three nights already I've been in the north of Scandinavia, and for three nights, no date with ... Read more >


NORWAY | Sun, 2 Dec 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [117]

"Norway in December, you are a brave soul" -Sara Wall, fellow perpetual traveller About two months ago I had a dream: one where I was viewing the Northern Lights. As I woke up I thought "why have I not seen them?" Plenty of times I've thought of going ... Read more >

A Globetrotter in Harlem

USA | Fri, 30 Nov 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [113]

Waking up in East Harlem, commonly called Spanish Harlem, I was ready to tackle my globetrotting spirit again. Walking through Manhattan you see how things change quickly. In Lower Manhattan you'll see guys with tailored suits and girls with designer ... Read more >

The Great Northern Light Chase

NORWAY | Tue, 4 Dec 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [111]

After today I'll think twice about flying with Norwegian on a future trip to Norway. Though my flight wasn't until 12:30 PM, I was on the road at 7:30 AM after thanking Nina and Zeljko for their hospitality. Hønefoss is only about a 55-minute ... Read more >

It Was A(nother) Very Good Year

USA | Tue, 1 Jan 2019 | By vagabonds3 | Views [80]

THE HOLIDAYS PASSED WITHOUT MUCH FANFARE.  And nary a flake of snow.  Except for a few golf carts decked out in lights blaring carols and some half-hearted fireworks, Christmas and New Year weren’t much different than any other day in ... Read more >

Pacitan, Indonesia; a Remotely Beautiful Destination

INDONESIA | Tue, 29 Jan 2019 | By fritzvila | Views [73]

As a bordering region between East and Central Java, Pacitan is an untouched remote destination waiting for you to explore. Thanks to the newly built Java’s Southern Coastal Road in recent years, exploring Pacitan has never been so easy and fun.... Read more >

Tags: beaches, cave, east java, goa gong, indonesia, klayar beach, pacitan, srau beach, sunset, watu karung beach

A Day At The Beach

USA | Sat, 12 Jan 2019 | By vagabonds3 | Views [60]

THERE IS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE AT THE BEACH.  And the Fort Myers area has a number of beaches to choose from.  The most costly are, appropriately, located on Sanibel Island.  Beach access is actually free but a combination of the $6 ... Read more >

Old Friends in Florida

USA | Fri, 1 Mar 2019 | By vagabonds3 | Views [29]

ROD AND LOIS ARE OLD FRIENDS WHO HAVE appeared in these musings before.  They split the year between their beach house in NJ and their place in Rockledge FL.  We missed them on the Atlantic coast of Florida last year but had a chance to visit ... Read more >


ECUADOR | Fri, 8 Mar 2019 | By vagabonds3 | Views [24]

GUAYAQUIL, ON THE WEST COAST OF ECUADOR, lies on the Pacific Ocean.  Fort Lauderdale is on Florida’s Atlantic coast.  So in what direction should JetBlue fly from Fort Lauderdale to Guayaquil?  Wrong!  Actually, Guayaquil is ... Read more >

Anzac Day Clash

AUSTRALIA | Wed, 25 Apr 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [254]

It's Anzac Day, and I'd attend another event that a connoisseur of Australia should have on their radar: the Anzac Day Clash. The Essendon Bombers and Collingwood Magpies of the Australian Football League (AFL) play every year on Anzac Day, and is the ... Read more >

Howth Head

IRELAND | Thu, 31 May 2018 | By kiwiaoraki | Views [245]

It rhymes with "oath" and "growth." Dara, my CS host, suggested Howth Head after a long walk round Dublin yesterday as well as a good spot for flying Juliett. After a light brekkie and two cups of coffee, I was on the bus toward Howth. As in London and ... Read more >

Over Hill and by Sheep

UNITED KINGDOM | Tue, 10 Apr 2018 | By shire_girl | Views [179]

From Scotland I journeyed to what is probably one of the most beautiful sections of England, the Cotswolds, or "sheep hills". Great former wealth was brought to this area during the wool trade which I believe carried through the late 1800s. When wool ... Read more >

Tags: broadway, broadway tower, chipping camden, cotswolds, cotswolds way, sheep, snowshill, stanton

A Journey through Time and Lands: Istria

SLOVENIA | Thu, 24 May 2018 | By krodin | Views [178]

A Journey through Time and Lands: A Trip to Istria with Jeannie for her birthday.  We started the drive in the rain from Salzburg and as we headed south making it through the Katchberg Tunnel into Carinthia without the normal colony of cars, ... Read more >

Tags: beaches, history, on the road


UNITED KINGDOM | Tue, 10 Apr 2018 | By shire_girl | Views [171]

I won't be the first to say that time is an odd thing. The days at Findhorn were long, but enjoyable, and yet so soon after arriving it was time to leave again. I was showed to my shared cottage by one of Eileen Caddy's son's, who spent some of his childhood ... Read more >

Tags: ceilidh, enneagram, findhorn, robert holden

Once Bitten Twice Shy

USA | Tue, 29 May 2018 | By pbm6 | Views [169]

Coming to terms with divorce and remarriage in Key West   In Key West: I stop the car somewhere on the Keys. I’m not quite at Key West yet. I’m apprehensive about getting to my destination. I thought it was a good ... Read more >

Tags: divorce, key west, marriage, miami, transformation


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