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Hello there, Beautiful Bad-Ass Gift of Time, 2019! – Unique NYE Rituals, Handstands and Good Wishes

Hi, welcome, I hope you arrived well in the new year! Before we move on to the cool international traditions and rituals, I want to wish you a happy, healthy, adventure-filled, beautiful, rich, just-the.right-amount-of-challenging, emotional, fierce, lush, peaceful 2019s all Read more…


Camino Portugues Part V

Last time, I remember leaving you, lovely readers, at this rather ambiguous road crossing, at this battlefield of waymarks where I decided to follow the arrows pointing to the left, away from the grey streets leading into town and along Read more…


Camino Portugues Part IV

Moving on from the incredible place that is the O Ninho in Rubiães, I was back on the road and walking ever closer to Santiago. With only around 90 miles left to my chosen end point, the thought of the Read more…


Camino Portugues Part III

Two weeks in and the adventure continued with a stretch of 34km that I made short work of. At some point, the actual walking becomes easy and when you don’t walk, you feel restless. Rest days, where not absolutely necessary, Read more…


Camino Portugues Part II

Welcome back to the story, here we go. I am happy to announce that I have returned to civilization – I didn’t think I’d say that anytime soon but having escaped life in a field and a work experience with Read more…


Camino Portugues Part I

While it already feels like a long time has passed since completing the Camino Portugues in May, I feel like I am due somewhat of a report. Currently sitting in an empty tavern in the family holiday destination Brean and Read more…


En Route (once again)

It is after a long, hard, slightly static and in many departments heartbreaking year that I have rediscovered the soothing effect of the road, the lulling movement of a bus, a train, an aeroplane accelerating until its small wheels finally become airborne and retreat into its gigantic womb beneath me: a feeling that hardly fails to bring a smile to my face.