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Z is for the Zeya river

I’m trying to stay at least within the broad realm of paddling water on this the final day of the challenge. The Zeya River comes to the rescue in a nick of time as I was just about to resort to the Phrontistery for an unusual “Z” word. 65 more words

"The Cottage" , with the freedom and the space! , A poem By : JW Harvey

Over the years I have lived in Ireland, there are many places I have visited and stayed, many cottages in remote parts of the country.The one thing most have in common is that they are so remote that for most of the weeks stay it hard to get a mobile phone signal, even for just a simple call or text. 182 more words

Nigel Borrington

What to Prepare When Traveling to Indonesia's Remote Places

Planning and preparation are both essential home-works that travelers need to do before departing to their dream destinations. However, traveling can be full of pitfalls especially if the plan consists of trips to places away from the comfort of urban civilization. 713 more words

English

A Mission: Parte Tres

This will probably (and a bit sadly) be my last post on this topic (at least as far as this trip is concerned). If you read my second and third posts ( 486 more words

Reflections

Finding the remote places

After a summer of only just holding it together (but luckily we have holiday insurance, good family and patience) today Handsome and I made the first baby steps back into walking. 155 more words

Journal

Mission Stories: Just a Little Stick

If you read my second and third posts (here and here), you already know the bare bones about the trip I took a few months ago to Nicaragua. 814 more words

Reflections

Mission Stories: Folded Hands

If you read my second and third posts (here and here), you already know the bare bones about the trip I took a few months ago to Nicaragua. 795 more words

Reflections