Category Archives: Travels

Caught up to the Third Heaven

II CORINTHIANS 12:1-2  It is not expedient doubtless for me to glory, I will come to visions and revelations of YHWH. I knew a [woman] in Messiah above fourteen years ago (whether in the body I cannot tell: YHWH knoweth:) … Continue reading

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A Lost Israelite Comes Home

Our feet shall stand within thy gates, O Yerushalem. So saith PSALM 122:2, the psalm given to me by Father in 1994 when I asked Him for one to pray daily over my children. My feet had already stood there in … Continue reading

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The London Chronicles

This morning my toilet was blocked. Sorry for writing about such on-the-nose life events, but I learned a lesson from it. Several other times this had happened requiring a visit from the plumber. Not this time, I decided. After trying for an hour to … Continue reading

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Travelling’s Trials and Tribulations

Have you ever hit a troubled spot in your life, wondered what you’ve done to deserve it, gone back to find where you went wrong, and realized you can’t? Go back there. Do life over and do it right this … Continue reading

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Crowded House

Back at Kuta Beach in Bali after my accident I lay morosely for four days on my bed. No swimming, no more biking, couldn’t do much at all. I couldn’t even be bothered having a shower, just let the sweat and … Continue reading

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Head over Heels in Bali

Like my daughter, my travelling career started in the womb. My parents were seasonal workers, going from place to place to find work for my father. He worked on sheep and cattle properties, wheat farms, the Snowy Mountain Scheme, cut … Continue reading

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Pip and the Baboon

There was a moment in this incident that was so terrifying. Even worse than my mouse attack today. I have a resident mouse that is quickly assuming rat proportions, though Jed assured me it was a mouse when he was … Continue reading

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