Many say that home is where the heart is, well for me it’s always felt that I should be travelling. I’ve never really settled in one place for more than a few years, constantly travelling and seeking new experiences and ways of life. For the last few years however, I have found myself somewhat trapped in a beautiful little town about an hour north of Barcelona. Situated in the valleys with mountain views from my bed, it’s been a pretty sweet life. But, the time has come, the itch has returned and I’m now about to get back on the road.
This time, I’m travelling overland, the vehicle is something special and for me it’s now home. Officially, I need to move out of my flat by the 15th September but it doesn’t feel like home there anymore. For all intents and purposes this is now very much where I live.
It has all the luxuries of my flat; hot water, shower, flushing toilet, kitchen, large bed, office space – I’d go as far as saying the views are sometimes even better!
The route is still very much in the pipeline and I think it’s going to be quite an organic experience, there are a few festivals and places I want to visit and for the next 6 to 8 months I imagine I’ll be in Europe; Portugal, France, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro and Greece are all likely destinations. After that, who knows?
How you can help me
We all need a little help every now and then in our lives , so if you know of any small, local, slightly crazy festival or must see places that you think would be of interest to me please leave a comment or send me a message – thanks.
Return of the blog
With this new adventure comes this brand spanking new blog. Those who remember my previous blog will no doubt remember that I’m not the greatest at keeping it updated, but I promise this time I’m going to try really really hard to keep regular updates coming. Not just updates from my experiences but I’ll throw in the ocasional technical post or a how to guide. stay tuned.
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