Drew this canvas of Ganesha – remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences and the symbol of intellect and wisdom, also the god of beginnings.
All of which we need whilst travelling. I must point out I am not religious, instead trying my very hardest to understand the beauty of the universe, however one side of my family descends from Hindu roots so I have always been fascinated.
For some reason you guys seem to like what I do, and I haven’t really got going yet with the posts. I am getting support on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and here, it really is amazing knowing you’re all out there, the comments you make seem to speak a language that all of us share.
KEEP IT COMING!
“Why would you ever want to see the world for the way it is, and not the way you imagine it to be.”
Just a thought: (when you see this, it means there is no cohesive order to what I am about the write)
“Home is behind, the world ahead, and there are many paths to tread through shadows to the edge of night, until the stars are all alight” – J.R.R. Tolkien
To travel is to make a journey, an adventure, and experience.
So, this is my first post – hopefully it is the start of something exciting. I have always been a lover of travel blogs and been inspired by the diverse range of information you can get first hand from people that have experienced the things you yearn for.
I am a traveller at heart, before any of my career ambitions, astronaut phase and distractions I wanted to travel the world and see everything for what it is. How can we possibly live in a world this diverse and vast and not experience it? Continue reading