A hand with the word stop printed on the palm

Un-favourite Places

This could be a short post!

By now you may have gathered that I am happy to travel anywhere, anytime.  I reckon I could pack for an international trip in less than ten minutes and not leave anything important behind.

As I am always rabbiting on about all the wonderful places I go and experiences I enjoy, I thought I would challenge myself to write a post discussing places I would NOT return to or travel to in the first place…

Hmmm, now that is quite a task!

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A road in Portugal is flooded and impassable

The Lows & Lows of International Travel

I believe that you need to be a committed optimist to truly enjoy international travel. If you stopped and thought about all the things that could possibly go wrong as soon as you step outside your front door, you would never leave home.

On the other hand, perhaps we need the occasional travel disaster to make us appreciate all the fabulous things about setting out on an international adventure. Continue reading “The Lows & Lows of International Travel”

Frangipani in Hawaii. Where else?

Travel – an emotional and physical kaleidoscope.

Until I put pen to paper (yes, literally – I am an old fashioned blogger), I hadn’t really thought about the range of emotions and feelings I experience pre-, during and post- travel.

While my travels have often been very physical and tangible, I find that travel also stretches me emotionally. And believe me, it is often from the highest of highs, to some pretty low lows. I love it all regardless.

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