Welcome to My New Travel Blog
A bit about me to set the scene.
Got to 52 and with the tragic passing of a very young family member , I thought that there has to be something more that I need to experience, to take a distressing time and learn from it. I began to understand that any amount of money, high flying career, big house, big car etc means very little in the end. Yes, it is easy for me to say, I am not a high flyer but I have been blessed with a good life, family and friends and enough to enjoy life. Rajiv and Ajay have become lovely young men and I felt comfortable that I had done my best for them, they had a roof over their heads and were safe and happy enough for me to embark on my travels and not be a burden to them.
So, overweight, menopausal and grey haired, I decided to have a career break (retirement is too scary) and volunteer for a few months. After thinking about what I might do upon my return, I thought that maybe returning was an option, not a given!
This blog is to record my adventures, short or long, but please join me either vicariously or in person.
Part 1 was back in April and here we are now in July! It’s not that I have been avoiding starting part 2, well much anyway, but I think that I was sulking and feeling sorry for myself. I was robbed, Guv, in colloquial terms, what I mean is that I was sulking because IContinue reading “My Time in Cambodia, Part 2”
I have not posted much about the time I spent in Phnom Penh on my volunteering stint so I thought I would some of this enforced stay at home time to put some words down. I think it will be a post of things I actually did and then some thoughts or observations that IContinue reading “My time in Cambodia… Part 1”
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