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The end of one journey welcomes another

My time volunteering has come to an end and what a great experience I’ve had. HelpX has opened the door to many different experiences; enabled me to learn new skills; and meet some really nice people. It was worth the membership fee ten times over. I would like to say a big...

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Africa is calling

A perfect place to write… I’m sitting on a lounger by the pool overlooking fold upon fold of dry shrubby hillside with almond and olive trees nearing their harvest. It looks like not much has changed around here for hundreds of years, it gives you that feeling. Do you ever have that...

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Tranquility and relaxation in secluded paradise

From food poisoning to good health… Looks like I was victorious in my battle against food poisoning as I’m here again with another update on my travels around the world. I’m writing this post from paradise – I’ve found it at last! To be more specific, it’s a spectacular guest house situated...

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How to get from Granada to Monachil Waterfalls

Journey added: 09/05/2013 Location: Granada Destination: Monachil Travelling by: Bus Journey time: 20 minutes Journey cost: 1.65 euros Getting to the bus stop Make your way out of the center of Granada passing Plaza Humilladero and crossing the bridge on it’s left side over the river. Turn left onto Paseo de los...

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Flamenco and Beer con muchas Tapas!

Saying a long goodbye to Catalonia… I spent nearly 4 months in Catalonia, mainly around Pratdip, just south of Barcelona. Volunteering helped me meet some amazing people who have now become personal friends of mine. I would like to thank Hen for allowing me to be so creative in his secluded dream,...

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Keeping it cool in Catalonia

Walking into the unknown… I´m excited about the world; the unknown; and the limitless options I have right now, in this moment, as I hold the world in the palm of my hands. I sit here browsing voluntary opportunities in Granada, Spain – one of my many destinations. My body tingles as...

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Deep thoughts uncovered

Location… I´m sitting here in a small home office just off the beach in Miami Platja, Spain; It´s thundering and lightening outside; the internet has cut off; I´m tired; I´m drinking rum and coke; drum and bass is playing loud; I´ve just consumed a whole chocolate bunny proving I still have a...

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Rocky mountains of Serra de Llaberia

Leaving the city… My trip to Barcelona was random, and very cool, it was a shame to leave but staying in the city simply costs too much money. I bordered the train to my next destination and left the city behind. I headed towards the rocky mountains of Sierra de Llaberia stopping...

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Bustling streets of Barcelona

Crossing the Spanish border… The train from Collioure to Barcelona cost 15 euros, early in the morning with my incredibly cheap tickets in hand I jumped on the train and waved goodbye to Jen who had kindly packed me an apple and some water – very motherlike! As soon as I crossed...