Follow the chronicles of my journey to a better life.

I’ll be posting updates here on my journey as I start my new life in Tenerifé in the Canary islands. The highs and the lows, the hardships and the laughs. The people I meet and the places I visit, About finding a new job, and buying a left hand drive car before venturing out onto the roads. That’ll be an adventure in itself!

Also about the people who help me along the way, and those who hinder me. The wingless angels and the wolves in sheep clothing.

It could be seen either as a risky and irresponsible venture, or an exciting and liberating one. Or even just as moving house as people do regularly. This is how I view it.

Yes, I’m giving up my home and my job, but I’m not a tree, I can move.

I need to feel the sun on my skin and that Tenerifé air in my nostrils. To hear the sound of Spanish voices throughout my day, and feel the energy of a Volcano beneath my feet and in the air around me.

Tenerifé is calling me back and I’m not muting my ears to it any longer.

However, I first need to pass my driving test. This will be happening soon (I hope). It’s already booked.

Please keep your fingers crossed for me that I pass.

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Me, the brave adventurer looking out over Lake Titicaca, Puno, Peru.

It had been my life long ambition to go to Peru, since doing a school project in primary school, and I had done it. I’d made it happen.
In the precise moment of this photo, I was suffering badly from altitude sickness, and climbing up to this view point was really making me feel like my head might explode at any second. Yet, I remember while I was standing there looking out over the lake, I was completely overwhelmed with gratitude, and knew wholeheartedly how lucky I was to be able to be there in that moment.

We can do anything in this world we set our minds to. The power is inside all of us.

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” –Eleanor Roosevelt

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