Travelling

This is a wonderful video

Way back in 2008 my brother and I went travelling. When I returned from that trip I knew I wanted to travel more but it is only now, in 2020, that I have started to do this. Why? Well because of the toolbox fallacy as shown above – let me explain my own personal toolbox fallacy.

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I was under the impression that travelling was something I could not do alone. So I was waiting. I was waiting to be in a relationship so that the two of us could go somewhere and explore. That didn’t happen and I began to realise that if I didn’t plan something now it would stay a dream.

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Originally I thought about Ireland. It seemed like a logical choice – it is not too far away and there is no language barrier. However the part of Ireland I wanted to go to, the Cliffs of Moher, seemed to be a bit of a trek so I decided on something simpler.

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This was The Netherlands. My local airport has direct flights so it seemed like a good choice and overall it was a good trip. I was able to prove that I didn’t need anyone else. Oh sure another person would have made me more adventurous and less stupid but the stupid will be learned from and next time I will do better.

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One place I am considering is Montenegro but it could be almost anywhere – but staying in Europe for the time being.

Next time I will tell you about my trip.

I just wanted to say that I have checked this post. I really have. Unfortunately my particular combination of dyslexia and dyspraxia makes it really hard for me to spot typos. Please enjoy and I’ll try not to make too many errors.

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