The World is My Oyster

871668234_601b6789a6_nI arrived home from work this evening to find my brand new passport waiting for me. My ticket to adventure. My advance to go, collect £200 card. Freedom.

I can’t wait for its crisp, new pages to be brimming with stamps; bent and broken-spined, like a well-loved book, my head swimming with the memories and the exhilaration of the experience.

Suddenly, it’s all become very real.

                                 “We travel not to escape life, but so life doesn’t escape us”                                                                                        – unknown

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4 thoughts on “The World is My Oyster

    1. At the moment I am not 100% sure, I don’t leave until November. I am in Borneo from May next year for 2 months volunteering at Sepilok Orangutan conservation centre. I am working my trip around that. Still a bit up in the air at present but it will all come together 🙂

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      1. Yey, nice! Sounds great… and especially the volunteering in Borneo would be for sure quite an adventure. Wish you good look, I will follow on you posts! 🙂

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