Introspection

Epiphanies on the Road – A collection of revelations while traveling

  • Human Geographies of Conflict and Renewal, Lessons from the Old Continent January 29, 2018 I embarked on a journey this past August that would take me through a diverse set of nations, cultures, and landscapes in Europe. The heart of this trip was a segment in Bosnia, Croatia, and Montenegro. Holland and Hungary were other destinations along the way. It had been over a decade since I’d been in ...
  • You’re Going To Miss…The Down Under January 26, 2018 Please take your time reading the post with the music . . . . . . it’s a long song (and do listen to all of it!).     “Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire.”   You’re going to miss the moments leading up to first introductions, matching the faces to the names of people ...
  • Serendipity In Philipsburg, Sint Maarten July 20, 2017  

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Post-travel Reflections – The usual symptoms of post-travel withdrawal

  • Human Geographies of Conflict and Renewal, Lessons from the Old Continent January 29, 2018 I embarked on a journey this past August that would take me through a diverse set of nations, cultures, and landscapes in Europe. The heart of this trip was a segment in Bosnia, Croatia, and Montenegro. Holland and Hungary were other destinations along the way. It had been over a decade since I’d been in ...
  • You’re Going To Miss…The Down Under January 26, 2018 Please take your time reading the post with the music . . . . . . it’s a long song (and do listen to all of it!).     “Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire.”   You’re going to miss the moments leading up to first introductions, matching the faces to the names of people ...
  • Angsty Anguilla July 20, 2017   Ever have the most random parts of your distant past come up when you least expect it? Or when a feeling of déjà vu actually becomes verified by a very real memory? This just happened in Anguilla. So after a whirlwind morning in Saba (which already feels like yesterday, but that was actually Saint Barthélemy)  that began with an ...

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