Yoga Teacher Training Practicum with Meghan Currie

On arriving home, after months of travel without a computer, I’ve finally got the opportunity to upload a snippet of the practicum I completed for my yoga teacher training with Meghan Currie. I’ve never experienced a more intimidating, nerve wrecking yet incredibly overwhelming and rewarding moment in my life. I’m no master at this here craft, but to…

Pura Vida! Costa Rica

“Yet it is in this loneliness that the deepest activities begin. It is here that you discover act without motion, labor that is profound repose, vision in obscurity, and, beyond all desire, a fulfillment whose limits extend to infinity” – Thomas Merton Log: 9th August 2016 – 6th September 2016 • It’s been difficult for me…

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alone. knows. no longing noise of the mind eclipses the intelligent sensitivities of the heart. alone. knows. hand in hand or divided our language together can never be lost.

Nicaragua: A Polarity in Culture

Log: 30th July 2016 – 9th August 2016 • When I started blogging I always held in mind that I wanted to write honestly about my experiences, all the good and bad and the bits in between. I want to be clear in expressing that I had always perceived long term travelling to be expensive,…

Nicaragua: Where It All Began

Log: 20th July 2016 – 30th July 2016 • Nicaragua – a country that will always have a special place in my heart. When I finally decided that I wanted to travel I knew within myself that it needed to have purpose otherwise the fears that had been holding me back for years would continue…

Él Salvador – An Unconventional Tale

Log: 14th July 2016 – 20th July 2016 • As you start travelling people have a tendency to give you their perspective on where you’re going. I could count more the times I was warned about Central America by people who had never been before than I was told to enjoy myself. Don’t get me…

The Volcanos of Antigua: Acatenango + Pacaya

Log: 6th July 2016 – 14th July 2016  • I’ve travelled to Antigua on three separate occasions and each time has brought new and different experiences. It is one of my favourite colonial towns and although small, it’s always bustling and lively. Third time is definitely a charm, and this time around I decided (or…

Guatemala: My Old Friend

Log: 15th June 2016 – 5th July 2016 • It doesn’t surprise me that I’m finding it difficult to write again. I often cultivate motivation and inspiration to start new projects which I begin, and that in itself is something to celebrate, but I struggle maintaining the discipline and motivation to continue. Thus comes inactivity…

Él Remate

Log: 20th June 2016 • Sitting by the lake in Él Remate. It’s overcast and a light shower has just cleared. There are people playing in the water and it’s quiet and tranquil as I listen to the birds sing. They fly just above the water, creating concentric, emanating rings, weaving and dancing with each…

On the Road: Chiapas, Mexico

Log: 28th May 2016 – 14th June 2016 • I want to say it’s almost comical when concepts you can mentally perceive but require a strong amount of emotional endurance come into fruition. But what I’m really finding is my faith for “trusting the process” growing stronger every moment. My mind was in quite an interesting…