Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA
Joshua Tree National Park, California, USA
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Panama City, Panama
Mt Maunganui, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Papamoa, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
A close longtime friend of mine recently set off on her first proper adventure, with her husband in tow for six months to a variety of different countries and she has quickly discovered some fundamental truths that those of us who have gallivanted around the globe know from experience.
Moving to a new country on your own can be considered crazy. In this 21st Century world where nothing has ever been more interconnected and the human family has never been smaller or closer from all corners, the world can feel eerily gaping wide when you step foot in a land you’ve
never lived in before and you’re completely alone.
Last year, when I ended up admitted to hospital; I laid in my hospital bed and convinced myself that my brother’s texts and the resulting support via technology was enough to prove that while people may be far away physically, they really are never far emotionally.