Monthly Archives: November 2011

The place I always call home…

  Open skys & land – beautiful simplicity People always ask me for the best place or country I’ve been to but I refuse to say as I have been blessed and love every country and culture I have ever … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Day In Tumby Bay

I am now over 100 presentations for the Global Poverty Project and I finally got to present back at my old school of Tumby Bay where I was a teacher for a year in 2007 – yes one of the … Continue reading

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The Blues of Breaking Up – The Yellow Side

Recently I have been really liking the colour yellow – it is bright, energetic, fun and positive. Also recently my girlfriend has fallen out of love for me. I shared the most amazing partnership I have ever been a part … Continue reading

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The overall reflection on the past 4 months, 4 continents, 14 countries and 4-tunes…

Nothing better than when at 39,000 feet to reflect on the travel that has been and experienced. Again a ridiculous honour and privilege to undertake something like travelling. An incredibly humbling, fortunate and obscenely lucky thing to do. Once again … Continue reading

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Second Time Singapore – Say it as it is!

So I have returned to Singapore for another week after trooping about SE Asia, China and Taiwan for three weeks in between. This time in Singapore, I didn’t come having to love it and find the positives in everything… and … Continue reading

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