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... to never underestimate the joy that can come from a pack of cards. When I was packing my bag 18 months ago in Aus I remember mum giving me a pack saying they'll come in useful! And by George they have! Many games have been played with them over the last 18 months! Every night we seem to find ourselves playing a round of rummy or two! Jed said he started 6 months ago only knowing snap and pairs...well, he now has a few more games under his ...
... bus while we stared in a combination of disgust and concern. We would later learn, through rumour, that his name was Mario and he had no money or passport and survived on liquid LSD.
We hopped off our bus and were immediately charged for having luggage. This annoyed us in our already quite irritable mood, but our bitter remarks did not sway the conductor. From there we hauled our gear to the Prison Hostel. While not the most endearing name it came recommended ...
... Whenever I sat down to stretch or just rest I was joined by a few stray dogs who just wanted some attention and a friend. Some are very sweet but I still can't bring myself to smooth them. We also had a new roomie, Pat, who soon became our new adopted solo traveller. Together with a couple of other people from the hostel: Matt and Emma, we took a taxi to Arambol beach, North of Anjuna. It's a lot more peaceful and old wooden boats can be seen beached along ...
... fear in pursuit of a goal that is important to you. You are among the living dead when you live in a safe harbor and cling to the known. You come back to life and your heart starts to beat again when you venture into the unknown and explore the foreign places of your life. The adventure and thrill of living returns. Remember, on the other side of your fears you will discover your fortune." Namaste ...
... In addition, my growing private practice left little time to eat, rest and connect with myself. About 2 months ago I hit the wall. Much like running a marathon, sometime in the race your legs just don't want to run anymore. It is when you dig deeply to find the strength to finish. This is a life long pattern for me and my patient husband Laird watches, warns and catches me when I fall. I have connected ...