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Travel Blogs from Rye
... bond. Karma is actively releasing a little heartfelt part of you in a helium balloon that will pop in the atmosphere and fall upon, hopefully, someone who needs it. Not until you can fully pry your fingers from the string can you understand what it means to give without expectation. I wouldn’t have wrapped my brain around this concept if it weren’t for Ash.
In the years I've known her I've watched in awe while she carried ...
... t work out. You will asphyxiate because of your lack of oxygen flow and they might pose a liability on me for patenting this program.
-You won't taste anything, so it would help the cause to only eat vegetables. Actively imagine something more appetizing. Like a cheeseburger with onion rings. Manifesting in the deceptive form of a tree of broccoli and a carrot.
-Listen to your ...
... that if you want something in life you should just go for it. After all, nothing is ever handed to us on a plate and only you can make things happen in your own life.
Now our adventure has begun we will endeavor to post our experiences as we move from place to place, documenting both good and bad on this site, so you can journey through with us. Watch this ...
... to. Somebody once said that only 10% of the money he spent on advertising produced a sale, and if he knew which 10% that was he would be a very rich man. He should have asked Google, they know what you want to buy.
For those of you with a interest in statistics we have
Travelled 16,168 Kms
Used 1,379 Lts of Diesel
Spent $3,149 on fuel
Just thought you might be interested.
... and walk up onto the top of the cliffs. The trail went on for miles and miles, and the loop that I walked took about two and a half hours of hiking. Even on such a cloudy and windy day the view from the cliffs was amazing. The trail was not quite as far back from the edge of the cliffs as the woman at the TI had said it was, and at several points I had to crouch down low to avoid being blown off the side. My raincoat caught the wind like a sail and I kept on being jostled sideways ...