So I'm back from my two month trip across South East Asia! And starting to edit my pictures and videos.. and I do mean just started... barely. I've been back over a week but to be honest I've been asleep for most of it, and I'll probably leave the bulk of my editing until I'm back from Norway in about two weeks time. Buut I did manage to get this post sorted, just in time to be posted on the right day. 
So I'm starting with a little summary of my trip though photos of me travelling as that's what a bulk of my trip was,. It wasn't just new cities, beaches, and villages it was a whole lot of transport. That's is half the fun of travelling anyway and, in my experience, where you also get half your sleep.
The pictures are a bit messy, a lot I didn't even bother to straighten, but so is travelling. Especially when you're me, people who have travelled with me will confirm. 
A large portion of my photos are from my time in India which was my first stop. As time went on I spent less time in small cars, rickshaws, and tuk tuks and more time on trains and busses which are more awkward to take photos on and a lot easier to fall asleep in. 
I've put little captions under the pictures as to where I was so enjoy!
Hello India

A to B

Friday, 29 July 2016

So I'm back from my two month trip across South East Asia! And starting to edit my pictures and videos.. and I do mean just started... barely. I've been back over a week but to be honest I've been asleep for most of it, and I'll probably leave the bulk of my editing until I'm back from Norway in about two weeks time. Buut I did manage to get this post sorted, just in time to be posted on the right day. 
So I'm starting with a little summary of my trip though photos of me travelling as that's what a bulk of my trip was,. It wasn't just new cities, beaches, and villages it was a whole lot of transport. That's is half the fun of travelling anyway and, in my experience, where you also get half your sleep.
The pictures are a bit messy, a lot I didn't even bother to straighten, but so is travelling. Especially when you're me, people who have travelled with me will confirm. 
A large portion of my photos are from my time in India which was my first stop. As time went on I spent less time in small cars, rickshaws, and tuk tuks and more time on trains and busses which are more awkward to take photos on and a lot easier to fall asleep in. 
I've put little captions under the pictures as to where I was so enjoy!
Hello India

Ignore the pretentious title, I wasn't quite sure what to call this post and that's the first thing that popped into my head.
I don't have much to say (for once) for this post so I'll just leave you with pictures of my running around a beach.  I had a lot of fun the day these photos were taken, literally just running round a beach taking photos and enjoying myself.


Don't Comform

Friday, 22 July 2016

Ignore the pretentious title, I wasn't quite sure what to call this post and that's the first thing that popped into my head.
I don't have much to say (for once) for this post so I'll just leave you with pictures of my running around a beach.  I had a lot of fun the day these photos were taken, literally just running round a beach taking photos and enjoying myself.


So while I'm in my last week here on my adventure in south East Asia I'm posting the last of my Costa Rica posts, so many ends. But this was a pretty great end to an amazing six weeks. For my last week in Costa Rica I ended up at Peace Retreat Costa Rica which is a yoga retreat about a fifteen minute walk from Playa Negra.
Normally I change the order of my pictures but for this I kept them in Order. I have to say that it was both an exhausting and relaxing experience. The yoga we did was ridiculously hard (well for me anyway I'm a weakling) and I went from being around loads of pepole 24/7 to being alone a lot of the time. Bit of a change but a nice one. 
And it did put good things into routine, I've done yoga every day since I've been back home (something I've always wanted to do) so good things came.

A Yoga Retreat in Costa Rica

Friday, 15 July 2016

So while I'm in my last week here on my adventure in south East Asia I'm posting the last of my Costa Rica posts, so many ends. But this was a pretty great end to an amazing six weeks. For my last week in Costa Rica I ended up at Peace Retreat Costa Rica which is a yoga retreat about a fifteen minute walk from Playa Negra.
Normally I change the order of my pictures but for this I kept them in Order. I have to say that it was both an exhausting and relaxing experience. The yoga we did was ridiculously hard (well for me anyway I'm a weakling) and I went from being around loads of pepole 24/7 to being alone a lot of the time. Bit of a change but a nice one. 
And it did put good things into routine, I've done yoga every day since I've been back home (something I've always wanted to do) so good things came.
So when I first back from my trip to Costa Rica I posted about shifting perspectives and focusing on enjoying my blog and a new direction and everything. And basically not fosuing on numbers, but as I was back and started getting back into the blogosphere a bit more again I started getting drawn in to all that number stuff again.
I think it's a lot to do with how obsessed a lot of bloggers are about SEO and pageviews and all that jazz, it's everywhere. Tips on how to get 10,000 views in a month and all the rest of that stuff. And it was starting to make me miserable all over again. So the solution? ignore it all. Ok so usually this isn't the solution to things but here it definitely works, I don't look at the numbers unless I need to. Simple as that, and all of the posts about increasing numbers and all that jazz? Yeah ignore them too.
These photos did start out as ootd photos but that didn't work out and I got taken in by the beauty of wild garlic so here ya go.

Get lost in nature, not numbers

Friday, 8 July 2016

So when I first back from my trip to Costa Rica I posted about shifting perspectives and focusing on enjoying my blog and a new direction and everything. And basically not fosuing on numbers, but as I was back and started getting back into the blogosphere a bit more again I started getting drawn in to all that number stuff again.
I think it's a lot to do with how obsessed a lot of bloggers are about SEO and pageviews and all that jazz, it's everywhere. Tips on how to get 10,000 views in a month and all the rest of that stuff. And it was starting to make me miserable all over again. So the solution? ignore it all. Ok so usually this isn't the solution to things but here it definitely works, I don't look at the numbers unless I need to. Simple as that, and all of the posts about increasing numbers and all that jazz? Yeah ignore them too.
These photos did start out as ootd photos but that didn't work out and I got taken in by the beauty of wild garlic so here ya go.
Yes this is just a post full of pictures of baby animals, because everyone needs that in their life. I won't be talking much here so just enjoy, enjoy.

Baby, Baby, Baby. Animals!

Friday, 1 July 2016

Yes this is just a post full of pictures of baby animals, because everyone needs that in their life. I won't be talking much here so just enjoy, enjoy.

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