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Trusting Grace and Travelling this world with a fork!

J’ai mange des vers ! Yeah, I ate worms. Well, they were crispy fried flower worms, but all the same. Worms! That’s when I figured I needed to write about it, but didn’t know if I really wanted to. Well it did go into my diary, but the internet is another ball game. After forgetting about it for another thirteen months (Ha! much longer than a human gestation period), my friends finally persuaded me into blogging since they loved my trip advisor reviews and ghost travel pieces. And I met some really amazing people on my last trip that I just had to write about. So here I am!

I’m a traveller at heart. (Isn’t everybody?) And a foodie too. Well, I did once get confused between a gyro and a shawarma. But I am human! I’ll bet it will happen again too, with some exotic dishes that I haven’t tasted yet. Can’t wait! What do you think?

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But I digress. Back to travel. I’ve been to a few countries, have lived in tents and a friend’s cave on the one hand, and in luxurious hotels on the other. Every place I visit adds a few more places to my bucket list. It never ends, and I hope it never will! Well, if it did, I wouldn’t have anything to blog about.

Or maybe I would. I could blog about food, right? I love cooking, but I love eating more. Hence, no certifications or courses. Just taking a bit of this and a bit of that and turning it into something delicious. My friends love my cooking. (My family not so much. They say I’m fattening them up!) I love baking too. I help my sister sell cakes and cookies (as a hobby) via our Facebook page on our days off.

Work-wise, well I was in IT for a long time, and did well too! But it really wasn’t my passion. So I switched to content writing, where I’m a lot happier. I ghost write content for finance, real estate, pharma, travel, health and food blogs. We do have to make a living, don’t we? Anyways, thanks for stopping by my blog. Your reads make it worth it! Oh, and if you want to read about les vers – the crispy fried worms from earlier, here you go!

If you want to read some of my most shared posts, here you go!

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10 days of Christmas hidden in Occitanie’s Aveyron and Lozère regions

Off the beaten path Christmas in Occitanie, France CHRISTMAS IN LOZÈRE Saint Énimie     Quezac and Ispagnac SLOW TRAVEL AVEYRON Eglisse Russe & Sylvanes Abbey    Château de Montaigut ...
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Reminders from Wood : A visit to L’Eglise Russe de Prieure Sylvanès in Aveyron, France

There is a church, almost in the middle of nowhere. I didn’t know about it till he showed me. Never knew it existed, but then most people don’t, I guess ...
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7 Things you must know before visiting the Colosseum

Strangest question to hear at the Colosseum 'What's a gladiator?' the lady asked her daughter as she sat to take a break. We watched stunned as the daughter replied that ...
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I lost my apple twice: Misadventures in a Kayak

My first kayak experience turned out to be truly eventful. By that evening I’d developed purple bruises all over my hands and legs. It was amazing! Ah, but let's get ...
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Vienna Woods, Heiligenkreuz, Mayerling and scary voices

Being woken up in Graz by a scary voice Where? Grat-zuh? Where? Grat-zuh? Where? Grat-zuh? Where? Grat-zuh? Where? Grat-zuh? Where? Grat-zuh? Where? Grat-zuh? I was woken up in the middle ...
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Brettlejause with Stefanie and Rupert at Buschenschank Schaar

One of the stops on our autumn Austrian trip was Graz. We spent two nights there which was quite enough to see the entire city. Having a limited number of ...
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J’ai mangé des vers! (Eating worms and 3D Fun at Futuroscope)

Getting there It was almost a year ago now. I remember waking up early to the smell of fresh coffee and croissants. The perks of travelling in France with your ...
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Sarah

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My amazing sister contributes to my blog when she finds something interesting that she just has to rave about (read ‘write pages about’).

Sarah has worked in travel for 12 years and specializes in Africa. She caters to clients looking to travel to niche destinations across the globe, whether it’s climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, rafting on the Zambezi River, viewing seals and penguins in Antarctica or walking Safaris in Africa…

She loves music, wine, food and travel. Her love for nature and wildlife makes her work even more enjoyable and satisfying. Armed with her Canon, she likes to take photographs and write stories that inspire you to pack your bags and run off to a faraway destination.

Sarah’s got some amazing posts!

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A day in Nairobi : Business plus Leisure

God's resting place - Kenya As soon as the plane landed in Nairobi, I knew that I had made the right decision visiting that amazing country. Kenya or Kiinyaa, Kirinyaga ...
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My top ten for Kenya

There is so much beauty in Kenya. One has to see for oneself. I’m lucky, I’ve had the chance to visit Kenya a few times, and I always come away ...
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Discovering the Dead Sea region

As I was saying earlier, as part of my trip to Israel we spent a few days in different locations. The diversity and beauty of the country is truly amazing ...
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Jerusalem – The Old City, Eternal City

Jersualem and the Tower of David In the last blog, I spoke about my day in Eilat. The next stop of our conference was Jerusalem. Once at the airport we ...
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Naturally Eilat – Visiting the southern-most tip of lsrael

'Where else?' That’s right, 'WHERE ELSE' is an Israel Tourism Conference organized each year by Ortra that helps travel agents from around the world learn about everything Israel has to ...
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 The Soz

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The Soz also contributes to my blog. The Soz often takes to the skies. However the majority of the time these gravity defying feats are for business and not pleasure. Although she flies a lot for business, it does not stop her from flying once again to go where no Soz has gone before. Saying that… The Soz says that reading about her is not as interesting as reading about the places she’s been. So scroll on down and let the adventures begin!

 

 

 

 

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7 Must dos on a weekend break to Northern Ireland

The Beauty that is Ireland They say mother earth is breathing With each wave that finds the shore Her soul rises in the evening For to open twilights door Her ...
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There are also a select few from different continents and diverse cultures who have made inspiring contributions to my blog in some way or another. Here are their awesome reads!

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Inspiration Series : Nurse around the world – Gemma

The life of a nomad, a dream for many that goes unrealized. You can live the life of a nomad no matter what you do. All you need is the ...
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Special East Indian Chicken Tope : East Indian Series

East Indian Tope, a marriage of our Portuguese cultural inheritance with our Indian roots. It's the perfect all in one meal at any time. In continuing with the East Indian ...
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Inspiration Series : Solo Travelling Nomad – Melissa

Doing what you want and love isn't something that should wait till later. Sometimes you just have to break free from the shackles or a routine existence and jump into ...
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Cooking up a Sorpotel Pav : East Indian Series

Sorpotel or Sarpatel or Sarapatel, the dish that makes mouths water anywhere it's served, no matter how you spell it. And as we always say, our East Indian version tastes ...
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Independent Young Nomad : Inspiration Series – Jeremy

As India celebrates its 70th Independence Day and the reaffirming of our freedom, we celebrate our right to be all we can be and our right to choose our own ...
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Inspiration Series : Becoming a Freelancer, When This Was Almost Unheard Of – Cris

Sometimes the unexpected events of life and the closed doors are really there to bring you to your calling, or to be specific make you an accidental nomad. That's literally what ...
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Inspiration Series : Weekend Nomad – Gareth

Inspiring nomads, it’s a term that can mean so many things. But on the journey to becoming a nomad there is so much that one learns and one learns to ...
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Inspiration Series : Going Nomad – Maegan and Elise

Going Nomad - Should or shouldn't I? As an aspiring nomad, I’ve come across quite a few individuals who discredit this lifestyle, and also say that it’s difficult and amounts ...
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