I am a huge advocate for using travel as a spiritual and personal development tool. This is easy for me to say, I have travelled around the world, lived in quite a few places and am a personal development nut. I have experienced personal and spiritual development from being settled at home, as well as far away. I can definitely say that travel will propel you much further forwards. If you are willing to take the plunge.
I am back from another trip to Iceland. Actually, my mind is coming back, my body is here, my spirit is still in Iceland. So, I shall continue on with the recount of the events of my trip. Thursday 2 November 2017 My boyfriend and I took the long journey to Iceland. Three trains, a monorail, a short bus, flight and then another two buses. The flights are short, but in total it took us many hours
I’ve just got back from a lovely visit to Northern Ireland. I stayed in Bushmills and travelled around it’s surrounds. It was beautiful. Some things struck me about these areas. They are gorgeous, and very empty. I have seen some of the most beautiful beaches and landscapes in my life. And they were very empty. On one particularly beautiful beach, there was me and one other couple. Along with the empty beaches was a lot of empty
Why Iceland? What pulled me in so deeply? Think back to the time you spent there. What was it about the place that made you feel so alive, happy, content? I liked waking up in the morning to a new adventure. Having a fresh new shower every day. Donning new clothes that would be all I needed for the day. Taking photographs and revelling in what they looked like. Hearing facts and history about the things I