Tag Archives: perspective

thank you for you…

After a few days of being stressed about an awful lot of nothing, today was a day that pulsed with love, when I was reminded simply and sweetly of what matters.

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excess baggage…

When I’m abroad I learn to live with little. I know it’s good for me to be reminded that I can manage with five sets of clothes, that life is possible with two pairs of shoes and only one sweater.. … Continue reading

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my cup overflows…

I’ve spent today sitting in the toilet throwing up in a bucket – food poisoning again. I ache all over, I feel terrible and I’m desperately thirsty because every time I drink, I’m sick again.┬áIt has been a day for … Continue reading

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do you see what I see?

It has been another good day. We bumpy roaded to a nearby city and spent the day exploring, dodging rickshaws, finding markets, touching fabrics, drawing stares. It is a place tourists would never visit. It would not make even a … Continue reading

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Istanbul, Karachi and the angry ants…

I am rarely at my best at 3am, particularly not sober, solo and in my third country in 12 hours. After the wide-eyed pain of the night before, followed by the day’s frantic run around to see a doctor on … Continue reading

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