- Producer12/08/2017Chefchaouen, Morocco’s Jewel In the Rif Mountains.This is the second article to appear on beBEE covering Chefchaouen this year. Nicole Leigh West's excellent piece, “Kif in the Rif” summed up exactly why this town is a must for any traveller. I was recently commissioned by Arabian Airlines...
- Producer08/08/2017Money Saving Tips: Strike The Best Travel Deal In 2017 And Fly Cheap! It’s only the start of 2017 and people are already planning their Christmas trips! After all, it is the most awaited holiday of the year. However, there are also people who want to spend the festive occasion with family and are rather looking to...
- Producer02/08/2017OUR TOP 10 HIGHLIGHTS OF PATAGONIAPlanning a trip to Patagonia is overwhelming. It’s a massive chunk of land: some 1.043 million km² to be exact.This sparsely populated region lies across Argentina and Chile at the southern end of South America, with a mix of Andes mountain...
- 29/07/2017Never Considered a Cruise – Here’s Why You Should Think Again – My Daily Travelerwww.mydailytraveler.com
- Producer29/07/2017A State of Being in the Wrong DakotaYes, in the year of our technology 2017, I drove across the country from Seattle to Boston without a navigation app. In fact, I disabled the location service as soon as I got the phone around 3 years ago. Having driven across the...
Comments29/07/2017 #4 Shelley Brown@Deb 🐝 Helfrich love the title!!! Love the story. A few weeks ago, I was navigating for my boyfriend. We were heading to Indy to see my sister. I have driven to Indy countless times however; ended up in Michigan before I realized it and doubled the time of trip. No dips, no change of terrain and the same farmland...until the sign...29/07/2017 #1 Lisa 🐝 GallagherEven with navigation we have some times been misled and ended up in semi-similar situations. I was happy to help @Deb 🐝 Helfrich, for years people have told me I should have worked in the travel industry. I've always been a good navigator, my husband on the other hand, not so much.
This post made me think of Robert Frost's poem: "Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth?
For what ever reasons it was meant to be :))
Kudos for driving cross country, that within itself is major feat! Oh for the record, I don't think I've ever driven through Chicago without hitting rush hour type of traffic. @Shelley Brown is this the norm? I went through Chicago around midnight a few years ago and I could not believe how much traffic there was, you would have thought it was 8 am.
- Producer28/07/2017The Wildlife of Clayoquot SoundAs the ebbing tide withdraws, a rich mosaic of life is revealed, clinging resolutely to the rocks and one another – barnacles attached to limpets attached to mussels attached to seaweed attached to rocks. Yet more creatures scuttle into crevices and...
- Producer21/07/2017“ But Your Grace, The Angels Will See Them.” Wandering around Gaudi’s Barcelona.I am sitting on the terrace of my hotel on the La Rambla, Barcelona’s famous pedestrian walkway. It’s just on seven a.m., and the city has yet to stir from the previous night’s revelry. Looking westwards, through a forest of spindly...
Comments25/07/2017 #37 Lada 🏡 Prkic#36 It certainly gives two fingers to conformity, Ken. Gaudi's nonconformist approach to architecture is evident in all his work.
So much has been said and written about la Sagrada Familia and its creator. It's the world’s longest running construction project.
In the 60's Le Corbusier was trying to modernize Gaudi’s designs, suggesting his work had become irrelevant. But his campaign had been fortunately unsuccessful. I wonder what the basilica would look like if the original design had been changed.24/07/2017 #36 Ken BoddieClosest I've been to Barcelona, Pak Paul, was on a sinking drilling ship in the Bay of Biscay. I must admit to having a matter of fact attitude towards large stony edifices, after having been overexposed to them and to their religious disorders from an early age. But this spike-ridden magnificence certainly grabs the attention, with its detail so copious as to appear from a distance as almost random. Wierd though it may sound, the aerial videos I have seen remind me of the multiple interlinked columns which remain in dispersive soil after prolonged erosion. This is certainly a structure which rises above its surroundings and gives two fingers to conformity. What say you, @Lada 🏡 Prkic?23/07/2017 #34 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#31 Dear Paul, you are the revolutionary, I simply want to be an individual rebel :-) BTW Albert Camus I thought was very good at discerning a difference between the revolutionary and the rebel. Not that I buy into conspiracy theories but Camus's car crash does not feel like it was an accident, no more so when other rebels are lost to the world. Jesus was a pretty good dude in that respect a.k.a. as rebel rather than revolutionary. When the revolution comes I will be the first one against the wall, but I know Paul, you will make a lot of money for people who want to sell the T-Shirts :-)22/07/2017 #30 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#24 If I ever go to Barcelona, it will not be as a tourist. I will get special "Gaudi Hates You" t-shirts - with a sub-heading of "bloody tourists" on the front side along with a picture of Johann Cruyff (because after all he was Dutch but loved by Catalans which introduces some implied irony) and a yellow and red striped flag with the blue triangle on the back that has the words L'estelada Blava Independentisme Català on the back which is a most Gaudi kind of thing to do :-) I can symbolically hear all of Royal Madrid grinding their collective teeth but the tourists won't be able to touch me, and as I come to Barcelona I will also ironically be protesting people like you :-) Then I will come to Bali to see you with a T-Shirt saying "Let me own land NO LEASE!"22/07/2017 #27 Paul Walters#@Ian Weinberg Thanks Ian. I used to live in the Pyrenees in a time long ago just 40KM from Spain so kind of got to know it fairly well. There is perhaps much to say about Gaudi and 1200 words hardly does it/ him justice. Weird guy methinks no matter what his religious persuasion! Coin Toibin's delightful 'Homage To Barcelona' is a brilliant portrayal of the city . I'm convinced that Gaudi was 'on something' when he designed his buildings ....there I said it!!!!!22/07/2017 #26 Paul Walters#21 @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher Hi Ho Lisa. In a time long ago I kind of 'dropped out ' ( what a quaint expression that was ) from my advertising career in London and essentially became a hippie/peasant/ farmer in the south of France in the foothills of the Pyrenees, Three years was kind of enough and we left for warmer climes. However, I always seem to return here every couple of years or so and, indeed I am here as I type this. There is talk of a taking small house in a village here for 6 months of the year ( lets skip the winters shall we?) Spain is a mere 40km away as the crow flies over the high Pyrenees. Its a nice place to write but then again we writers like to indulge ourselves!!22/07/2017 #21 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher200 years?!! Wow, amazing it was built and so fascinating. Are you trying to tell us you may have found a new place to live one day sooner than not? Thanks for the info @Paul Walters View more200 years?!! Wow, amazing it was built and so fascinating. Are you trying to tell us you may have found a new place to live one day sooner than not? Thanks for the info @Paul Walters, quite interesting! Close
- Producer20/07/2017GAY BOGOTA: OUR GUIDE TO THE BEST BARS, CLUBS AND HOTELSEver been to a club with 8,000 other gay boys with 13 rooms spread across 5 floors?Neither had we, until we went to Theatron club in Colombia’s capital city, Bogota. The gay scene here is all about this infamous mega club, which is the largest in...
- Producer18/07/2017Meeting a Fellow bee Thanks to beBee!Some of you may have already heard that I will be meeting a fellow 'bee' in Nags Head, North Carolina to enjoy an oceanfront get away together. It will be the first time we meet. We've known each other since the Linkedin days but really got to know...
Comments22/07/2017 #51 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#49 I love planning! I should have become a personal trip planner for people. I plan dream vacation all winter which usually never happen but it's fun none the less. My husband has never planned any of our trips, I do all the planning, hotel arrangements etc... so no worries and glad it takes a load off you @Pamela 🐝 Williams. I found the perfect cafe in Nags Head and I think they are open year round. Check out the website, the coffee is to die for and wow.. the bakery.. yes chocolate filled croissants too! http://www.frontporchcafeonline.com/ Watch the video and also click on menu at top of page.22/07/2017 #50 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#48 A cosmopolitan? I don't think I've ever tried one, we may have to have one together! Need to find a good dive that isn't loud, oh wait... they are usually loud. I did some more researching last night and the good news is that many restaurants, breweries, and other places are open until Dec. or all season! Yes, to both, I had to go back and look, LOL... well now we all know your lil secret ;-) If it's night time and you've gone off on the beach, don't expect me to come looking for you now hahaha!21/07/2017 #49 Pamela 🐝 Williams#37 no worries Lisa; I'm totally comfortable with a planner; I'm used to be the one doing all the planning. Happy, happy, happy to let someone else take the reins for once. And since we gave each other the right to say; No Thank you..We're all good my friend. Plan to your little hearts content. I haven't questioned anything you've planned so far. As long as I have my morning coffee on the beach, with a chocolate croissant, if I can find them (not donut because I treat myself when I'm on vacation) I'm game for anything!21/07/2017 #48 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsOkay, so my favorite drink is a Cosmo! chilled to perfection with a twist of lime. There's a bartender here in GSO that is unbeatable in making them for me. I sneak in every once in a while just to have one :-) Hmmmm @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher View moreOkay, so my favorite drink is a Cosmo! chilled to perfection with a twist of lime. There's a bartender here in GSO that is unbeatable in making them for me. I sneak in every once in a while just to have one :-) Hmmmm @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher; the answer to the question in #32 is: Yes to both. Okay, so I gave away one secret. Close19/07/2017 #43 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#41 Hi Turatsinze, If there are others from Rwanda or near by- even the Capitol city on beBee, it's always possible to have a meet up if you have transportation? Do you use a computer or a cell phone for your internet? Do you know of anyone else near you that is using beBee? My friend and I live about 9 hours from each other. Do you have transportation to get around in Rwanda, such as motorbikes?19/07/2017 #37 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#35 #36 oh this could be fun, the list is growing. "Dirty girl Martini and Men-OutaPause" What is in a dirty girl martini @Cyndi wilkins, I have heard of them but never had one. I've had sex on the beach and it was OK. I love just typing that LMBO. No worries @Pamela 🐝 Williams, they call them secrets for a reason! ;-) I will probably drive Pam nuts w/my planning by the time we meet. Ok, I will try to keep the planning to a minimum.19/07/2017 #35 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsPhew! I thought she was going to give away all my secrets there for a second! @Cyndi wilkins, we already have the cocktails all planned out! Lisa is definitely the planner to have on a vacation. I sit back and she sends me all this wonderful information. I'm more than happy to let her go at it! I'm trying not to wish my life away but definitely excited to meet up with my buddy! The head of my department laughed when I gave him 4 months notice that I would be taking a week off in October...
We will definitely have to come up with something outrageous to share with the Bees! Start planning Lisa! :-) Oh, and don't worry too much about making a little noise, I sleep like the dead! A hurricane could come through and I'd never know it. A couple of months ago a huge, and I mean HUGE, oak tree came down in our yard during a storm and I never heard a thing, the tree nor the storm. It took out a 6 ft chain link fence and crushed a brand new outbuilding in my neighbors yard...still I slept on! So no need to tiptoe!
I love Justin, he's like Michael, he makes you want to dance dance dance dance!
Oh, and we still need to write our blog: Men-oughta-Pause...LOL! I'll let you explain that one.
- 20/07/2017Wood Splitting at "Casa della Pace", Crookwell, Australia
Run Time 2:48 min
In this video:
Using Google Earth to show location.
On a recent road trip holiday to Cootamundra, Canberra and Crookwell, I’m splitting some sawn logs for the wood fire place at or friend’s place, “Cassa della Pace” (home of Peace) Crookwell, New South Wales Australia.
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@Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.Wood Splitting at Casa della Pace, Crookwell Australia Wood Splitting at Casa della Pace, Crookwell, Australia Back-Stage Series In this video I’m splitting some sawn logs for the wood fire place at or friend’s...
Comments20/07/2017 #4 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.this is ... wonder ... FUL, thank you, Lance20/07/2017 #3 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.Lance, you are truly spoiling us. Wow!
- Producer17/07/20175 Tips when Traveling AloneFlying solo, both literally and metaphorically, can be a daunting experience. Without a companion alongside you on all of your adventures, traveling can feel quite lonely. Embrace any feeling of loneliness in a positive way, and make the most out of...
- 15/07/2017May be one of my best yet --I can honestly say I wish BeBee was part of this journey, but the reactions and engagement are probably the most dismal on this social network.
No traffic, no comments, no chat, no engagement. It's not the Linked In killer I thought it would be. Anyone else finding success with BeBee? Would love to hear about it.5 Zero-Bullsh*t Reasons to Become an Online Influencer | Hobo with a Laptophobowithalaptop.com Learning how to make money blogging is hard and it takes time --it's important to keep an eye on the prize and focus on why you do it in the first...
- 14/07/20175 THINGS YOU WERE LIED ABOUT TRAVELING IN CHINA
Recently I had the opportunity to visit one of the most populated countries on earth, The Peoples Republic of China. To be honest it was never top of my list for places I wanted to visit, but when a deal came along that was far too good to pass up, I threw caution to the wind and started filling out my Chinese Visa Application.5 Things You Were Lied About Traveling In China - The Columnystwww.columnyst.com To be honest it was never top of my list for places I wanted to visit, but when a deal came along that was far too good to pass...
- 13/07/2017New Parliament House, Canberra, ACT, Australia
"Parliament House is the meeting place of the Parliament of Australia, located in Canberra, the capital of Australia. The building was designed by Mitchell/Giurgola & Thorp Architects and opened on 9 May 1988 by Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia. It cost more than A$1.1 billion to build." WikipediaNew Parliament House, Canberra, ACT, Australia
Comments13/07/2017 #6 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.we have our own national geographic now on beBee, really very interesting to see the world on my beBeeTV13/07/2017 #2 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassadorcc @David 🐝 Martín Alonso @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. @Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador (we want kive buzz from your stat Bill, make us discover their beauties and great places) @Chas ✌️ Wyatt @Andrew 🐝 Goldman @Virag🐝 G.13/07/2017 #1 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorA great way to start my day witha coffee in one hand and a iPad in the other one...cool o have @Lance 🐝 Scoular our savyy Navgator on Air! hahaha. @David B. Grinberg wake up...morning's new from Down Under....time for a sunrise coffee.
- 12/07/2017The Elegance of a Sunset from the Roofs of Sevillestitchandshizzle.com If you are in Spain, a visit to Seville is mandatory. Andalucia has a special flavour but Seville is, no doubt, the epitome of Spanish elegance, colourful sights and beauty. I’m not...
- Producer06/07/2017Dedicated services from specialists in online Vietnam visaMany men and women in recent times have a crush on tourism opportunities in Vietnam. They are eager to make use of the best option and enjoy tourism along with their kith and kin. Once they have decided to apply for the visa Vietnam online...
- Producer05/07/2017Sari-Sari Store the Filipino Convenience StoreWhen grocery stores are too far from homes, a Sari- sari store will save the day. What is a Sari-sari store? A sari-sari store is the neighborhood's variety store. It’s a local convenience store that provides and sells the neighborhood...
- 03/07/2017Peñiscola is, for now, my favorite place in SpainBehind the Scenes of Game of Thrones, Welcome to the City of Mereenstitchandshizzle.com Peñiscola is such a stunning place I am not surprised that the Game of Thrones producers chose it for so many shots for the show. You might know it as the city of...
- Producer02/07/2017Trudging Across The Shifting Sands Of The Namib, The World’s Oldest Desert.It’s just on 5.00 am. As I leave the comfort of my hotel room in pitch darkness, a crescent moon hangs low, like a scimitar on the horizon, its light almost no match for the billions of stars that pepper an inky black sky. The only sound...
- Producer29/06/2017Free Your Soul With A Vacation Just For You!Traveling Alone. Maybe you want to get away from your normal life for a while - to rediscover who you are, or just get some much-needed alone time. Maybe your relationship has ended, wreaking havoc on your plans for that dream trip to Africa....
- 27/06/2017Sydney Harbour Retrospective A short tour of parts of Sydney Harbour where I started working for a Customs Brokerage staight out of High School in...
Comments28/06/2017 #17 Lance 🐝 Scoular#5 The night before Optus Vision 2015, “The Future of Business,” Optus Business, a large mobile phone provider here in Australia, hosted an exclusive dinner at Café Sydney atop the Customs House building, with one of Optus Vision’s keynote speakers, David Rowan the Editor in Chief of WIRED Magazine UK.
David ‘s wealth of experience extends to investigating the companies and entrepreneurs changing our world, recently spending time with the founders of WhatsApp, LinkedIn, Google, Spotify and Nest. His most recent awards include Techmark Technology Journalist of the Year, DMA Editor of the Year and British Society of Magazine Editors' Editor of the Year. He has written regular columns in GQ, Condé Nast Traveller, Campaign, The Times and The Guardian.
As an influencer, I had been invited to meet with David with an intimate group of 16 people including well know Aussie Jeff Bullas who I already knew.
It was a great night with a spectacular views of the Vivid light show on the harbour Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.27/06/2017 #15 David B. Grinberg#14 Lance, you look and sound great to me, mate! Moreover, you deftly avoided all the obstacles in your path, like the joggers, stakeboarder, seagulls, etc. I got a bit winded too after my first Live Buzz, which was a 15-20 minute tour of "Great Falls Park" https://www.nps.gov/grfa/index.htm I think it's a bit challenging for most people to speed walk while narrating a tour, balancing the camera, etc. You were brilliant and we Yankees love the Aussie accent! Keep Live Buzzing. Wish I were there to buy you a pint!27/06/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#8 yes it inspires me, it is a wonderful format, that helps people to connect on a deeper level. Well done @Lance 🐝 Scoular27/06/2017 #8 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador@Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. International Management, Certified Executive Coach. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. does this from Lance inspires you ? it is one live example that capture and freeze places, space and time into a live video shared buzz ! Look how people react !
- Producer23/06/2017Coming Up For Air; Revisiting Cape Town, South Africa.Twenty odd long years between visits is, as George Orwell once said,is a little like 'coming up for air.' In a different time, when the world was younger than today, my parents brought me from England to this city that clings limpet- like to...
Comments24/06/2017 #25 Pamela 🐝 Williamsbeautiful post Paul. You know you take us all with you whereever you go! We await each recount with anticipation. For those who may never visit the world as you have/do, you bring the world to us.
Those 'may have been' moments are exactly why I have hesitated going back to my old stomping grounds in California. Even a few years absence (about 5) we returned and everything, everyone was unrecognizable. That's what happens when you live in an area that is iconic in it's time. California was mecca during the 60s, 70s.
I looked our home up online and the mere fact that the giant (well at least through a child's viewpoint) Weeping Willow in our yard, with branches that hid you from the outside word, had been removed and replaced by a vast concrete driveway...I actually heard myself say: "oh, they destroyed my fortress of solitude!".24/06/2017 #24 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI really enjoyed this read @Paul Walters. I had no idea you spent part of your years growing up in Cape Town! Maybe if time stood still we'd want for more... more of our past that we are supposed to move on from? I remember my first love and I did find him................. oh on FB that is LOL. I never sent a friends request and I must say, he aged well. I pictured him to be a bit frumpy, not sure why. He had a fairly good shorter afro growing for a white boy back in the day. The photos are beautiful, the story was serene. I'm going to have the song "Build me up Buttercup," replaying in my brain tonight now, great song- sound advice!24/06/2017 #23 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorHow lovely this is reflecting on the "what was" and the "what is". Memory lane is constantly in motion as we move through life. My hometown, Orlando, FL, has very little resemblance to what it was when I lived there. Even though most of my tangible memories have been altered, my intangible memories remain intact. Thank you for share, Paul.23/06/2017 #21 Jerry FletcherPaul, I don't know where the line comes from but your piece struck a chord in me and the words "you can't go home again." emerged from the mist. Each time I return to visit my growing up place in Ohio I struggle with the same kind of vanishments that you mention. It is at once disheartening and a justification for the mileage I've racked up elsewhere. Thank you for a glimpse into your view of a world city with both the eyes of a teenager and those of the man he came to be.23/06/2017 #20 Donna WoodAh, to be immersed in the ancient cries of home, only to find you are in the midst of being alone. Reminiscing in your mind the lands, the days and happy times. To be at the table where the bony fingers of Father Time grip tightly the cup that holds all that was and is to be. Mother Earth smiles as clinks her cup she and shifts that which was to that which is. And, Fate the Sisters Three, giggle and cackle in morbid glee, with scissors held so close to thee.23/06/2017 #18 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#15 I concur @Deb 🐝 Helfrich when travel is also our work then the mind opens up whole new vista's, when our passions are travel, whether they are combined with work or not, even more is revealed (and that is what I am now discovering from following both @Paul Walters and @Dean Owen and their experiences as globetrotters).
Yet when travel is simply a function of our work, it is the work we see. Now I can say that I took a work trip to Belgium, or a work trip to Brazil, or a work trip to South Africa, but that does not encompass experiences of what word "travel" can rise to as awareness, learning, appreciation and even (for sure) an international wisdom .
When it is work rather than travel, even the Queen has to sit and watch how the natives dance for her, yet the countries she visited would be kinder to just introduce her to Paul or Dean and see how they both have learned to see the world and then let her go where she please, and in that regard even the Queen loses something when duty came first, unless of course when she is free.23/06/2017 #15 Deb 🐝 HelfrichA philosophical vignette, @Paul Walters, that paints a fantastic portrait of the young you, and two stages of Cape Town.
Ah, those memories. I doubt if anyplace hasn't evolved past recognition in the last 20, most assuredly 30 years. And of course, all humans morph entirely in that span of time.
But then there is the absolutely true difference in perspective of being a visitor versus being a local. Having traveled & consulted in a fair amount of places, I think the division has less to do with amount of time spent and everything to do with whether you are someplace to carry out work. Exempting the lovely profession of writing, when my travel was all about business, the place was a barely noticeable backdrop to the grind of 8 hr days - well actually, as a traveling software consultant, they were more likely 12 hr work days.
Even with the odd weekend dedicated to pure tourism, the places I've worked were seen with an entirely different perceptual overlay than the places were my time was thoroughly my own to spend.
Which is to say, I have love affairs with the places I've merely visited and would re-engage the rendezvous without hesitation. But the places I've worked, have lost that allure, that marvelous sense of freedom and open possibility in each unfolding moment.23/06/2017 #13 CityVP 🐝 ManjitAs I read this travel buzzes I am increasingly convinced that the travelers brain is far different perspective holder than a residents brain. I used to make the distinction between traveler and tourist, but it is fairly mute because both still travel, but a resident can reside in one place and never travel.
Think Sara Palin the VP candidate in the Republican Primaries on the John McCain ticket, Palin it is said knew very little of the global world, remaining mostly if not all her life in the realm of the United States, and so the parody of SNL took hold where they project her saying "I can see Russia from my window" .
I did go to South Africa but solely as a part of the organization I was working with and not as a traveler, and in comparing notes in terms of "travel", there is no comparison to my experience and the experience articulated here, it is self-evident in this comparison that I do not possess a travelers brain. I would not see or think about place in the way it is graphically and intricately expressed - and so it is I have not (at least to date) learned to see the world this way.
In this buzz I can see how travel may enrich the soul and that I have the soul of a homeboy. It is never too late to cultivate or inculcate a new perspective, but sometimes we are simply who we are and so we can accept that as who we are, but a buzz like this is an appreciation of what is sensory to a traveler and in appreciating that, the genuine traveler provides an illuminating sight.23/06/2017 #11 Ken BoddieHow fondly we look back and reminisce,
At past 'what if's' cocooned in frozen bliss,
But, as life's journey moulds how we have changed,
Those we once knew are also rearranged,
And places where we played down memory lane,
Are oft transformed and seldom stay the same.
It's good when we can catch up,
Without attempts to match up.
- Producer22/06/2017How to Travel on a Small BudgetPeople with wanderlust can’t help when the mood to wander strikes them, even if their wallet doesn’t know it’s time to travel. Perhaps, you count yourself among them. Fortunately, it’s entirely possible to see some fabulous places around the world...
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