Monthly Archives: February 2014

Borrowed From our Children

Can’t believe a quarter of my time in this soul-quenching country is already gone! Quite looking forward to getting back to my family but after the extraordinary transformation I’ve experienced in just 3 weeks, I’m already growing nostalgic for what … Continue reading

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Challenges & Footprints

So, I’ve come to find that being in the type of shape that would allow for your body to be rolled from one place to the next is not exactly optimum forĀ  long day hikes. Luckily the CELL community I’m … Continue reading

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Creeping Drifts

So, a week has gone by and with it the remnants of who I was before I came have started to fall away like soft drifts of sand creeping across the desert, changing the landscape with every wind. Solace is … Continue reading

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Velcum Velcum!

The eagle has landed! Considering the jet lag though it feels a bit more like the eagle has done slammed into the ground, rolled twice and landed in a pile of mud. It’s cool though – any exhaustion I might … Continue reading

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