Category Archives: Travel

To Know and To Be Known

To love another person¬†is to see the face of God. ¬†– Victor Hugo Is it not miraculous to fall in love with a stranger? Not a love like that of wine and roses, but like that of wine and laughter … Continue reading

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Life On Lewis

I can’t bare skipping over our time in Scotland, simply because I am behind on my Norway adventures. Kristiansand and Bergen are just going to have to wait for another time. We’re living here. Literally. We have our own flat, … Continue reading

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A Small Taste of Oslo

I love seeing the world, primarily for the time spent with people and the experiences and copious amounts of food we share when with these people. Its a delight, but one rarely partakes in your typical holiday activities, which I … Continue reading

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The Gift of Time in Norway

It’s the Fall in Norway and with gratitude in our hearts, we find ourselves strolling about in it, appreciating the chill on our cheeks and scarves about our necks. Another adventure to call our own stored in a treasure trove … Continue reading

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Culture Can Indeed Be Shocking

I’m not sure whom we were speaking with, but in response to a discussion regarding our ‘re-entry’ in to ‘normal’ civilization and going through ‘culture shock’, they asked how ‘culture shock’ would be defined. This showed my ignorance, considering that … Continue reading

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Why Do You Go To The Bush?

We’re back home and have much to think about as we adjust to yet another culture; one which we’ve known the longest, but becomes perpetually stranger the more we ‘set sail’. I read something today that helped me understand what … Continue reading

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A Day in Sabi Village

We wake to the sounds of birds in the air, donkeys in the distance and children playing near by. It’s just before 8am and the air is beginning to warm up. Sabi is a blessed village. It has access to … Continue reading

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