Seeking Solace in the Sky

Seeking Solace in the Sky

The scenery doesn’t matter. The temperature becomes obsolete. Every noise fades into the distance and the only sound I hear is the quickened thump of my heart and the rushing of the wind. The air envelopes me and thoughts become a thing of the past. There is no time to think if you are becoming … Continued

Brazil: The Lost Island of Marajó

After a three-hour boat ride from Belém, I arrived on the world’s largest freshwater island, Marajó. Roughly the size of Switzerland, it also boasts a seat directly on the equator and a city, Anajás, with the most cases of malaria in all of Brazil. I didn’t visit Anajás, but Soure, another of Marajo’s sparse towns. … Continued

Travelling is Independence

Is travelling independence? Sure it is. Travelling is a journey, just like life is a journey. When you are travelling you are completely free, free from responsibilities of life and free from the influence of others. Independence is the equivalent of travelling, to be free from control, opinions and organization. But what place in the … Continued

Los Angeles: The Mystic Fool Needs Bloodline Healing

Book Review: The Mystic Fool By Andy Hill Ian, the main character, is the quintessential twenty-something adrift in Asia consuming drugs, drink and tattoos. Slowly his spiritual side is shown starting with his knowledge of being in “Saturn Return when Saturn come back to the same place relative to Earth when you were born roughly the ages … Continued

Travel the World for FREE? or is it BARTER?

Can you really travel the world for FREE? Seems unbelievable.  Here is how my review of Michael Wigge‘s book, How to Travel the World for Free begins: Michael Wigge’s book cover (How to Travel the World for Free) says, “I did it and you can do it, too!” Having spent a year traveling in SE … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel