My blog is a fantasy in reality and my poetry reflects my thoughts and my travels began as dreams enjoy life as the clock is always ticking. Imagine yourself on a train you buy a ticket to ride you meet and see so much along your journey and people exit or join your train you imagine your destination never expecting the guard to say , you are departing the train at the next station. ENJOY THE TIME ALLOTED. Pack your bags and travel beyond your own beliefs, travel beyond your imagination, challenge your ideas of culture, test your limits, push your boundaries to free thinking to new horizons places and peoples, out grow your pond of goldfish, dare to see the whales, climb the highest peaks and spread love across the world. Never believe this isn’t your future travel to the ends of the earth seek and you will find pack your bags it can happen.
Thailand was amazing I know I keep using this
word but so much to see and do 8hrs flight for me from Sydney to Bangkok . Thai airlines were great we visited wat pho grand palace ,Chinatown, cruised chao phraya river to the flower market and as it was festival time the flowers were wonderful. we visited the train markets the floating markts, atdamnoen saduak with rides on the fast motorized canal boats .We visited the river Kwai built by prisoners of war later to be bombed and rebuilt then we went to the allied war Cemetary and its museum paid for by the Australian ,and allied military offices so the memorial will be ever present, The hellfire pass where men chipped through mountain rock with no equipment and cruel treatment is a graphic reminder of mans inhumanity to man. The trainlines was to carry troops and supplies all the way through asia to invading Japanese troops. The Burma railway i felt especially as so many Australian ,English and Dutch boys lay silent in that place so sad. There is just so much more to see even more than my pictures will show. I will try to improve in my blogging and support my pictures in my next destination with some history, but for this moment enjoy my photos and research this fantastic place.
Markets motor boat rides beautiful people and scenery just a wonderful experience . The food absolutely fabulous put thailand high on your list as a must see.
War Rip / Don’t go lightly into the battlefield don’t go lightly into the battlefield MARK THE PASSING OF THE LIGHT so many rest in foreign fields and in the hearts of beloveds
train from Wang pho evening theatre and meal
The grand palace and the old palace which is now in decay but still a marvelous adventure amongst the ruins of 1350-1767 Ayutthaya.
A ride across the river to myanmar markets was fun and tea tasting plus a visit to hill tribes
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the white palace or wat rong khun and health resort chiang mai lodge
There is just so much I cant possibly show all the wonderful things to see temples and golden budda’s elephants and rafting in the river dinners and resorts entertainment a plenty take my advice thailand is a must see place.
Dinner dancing and on our flight home thailand is a dream.
come to Australia you wont regret
LIGHTENING RIDGE TRIP
Lightening Ridge is in the western plain of Australia it has thermal swim pool and rich deposits of opal. The Japanese buyers fly in and buy up as much opal as they can from the miners for I believe opal is greatly valued by the Japanese population.
The place is an interesting mix of people who want freedom via a minors lease which allows you to build what you like and nil rental. There are miners and artist who love the landscape along with the many tourist who arrive to enjoy the outback and the beautiful night skies along with an all over feeling of joy.
Goat races a great amount of fun, goats by the way have no directions, one buys a goat as in picked a goat got a ticket and awaited the outcome, laughter was the main topic no real winnings lol
Beginings to adventure and a search for my past a trip to lightening ridge
I want to begin my travel page again and speak of my younger years growing up in the country. In the western plains of oz (Australia) and moving with the family to new homes my father, a return service man (ww2) then working on the railways. It began with exciting days spent playing on the trains as they shunted back and forth and my brother and I watching my father couple and uncouple cars and riding on fettler trikes. Of imagining places from picture books and added to this the small journeys taken with my parents and as a child looking for opals in Lightening ridge or visiting the big smoke as they would call sydney . All this was slowly building a base of adventure in my spirit and making a claim of hard work deserves joy as well as a living. Life takes many turns and our journey’s may entail disasters and believe me i have had plenty of disasters. I married young had my first child and was living in a caravan and we set out to find work from nsw travelling , pulling a caravan 1200 miles and finding work in Brisbane then one night a flood 1973 at the midnight hour voices of a screaming person alerting all to the disaster in progress. Let me recap rain had been constantly falling for well over two weeks and the caravan park was situated on the bend of a river and the water this night cut across the bend as we were sleeping washing many people down a gully and into the rushing waters . To our luck a man had returned from a late night outing and seeing the disaster unfolding he ran from van to van banging on doors and calling for every one to get out. He sacrificed his own van and car to wake others saving many … so waking i opened the door to rushing water , wearing nothing but a tshirt i stepped out of the van into rushing water carrying my baby son , it was then the sas and police rescue began picking people from the waters we were then placed in peoples homes and then moved further up the hill to a school were we slept on the floor until a kind man took us home to his place and of course there is much more to tell but in the end the waters receded we had nothing left all past photos gone we were given a bundle of relief food and clothes and baby items and 500$ for loss of caravan and car government funds for disaster so hard work redeemed our situation and we travelled back to nsw to work I will leave my story here for this moment and go back to the future and begin my travels within australia. Apart from many camping trips , camp fires and tents, I had a messy divorce and a new partner I travelled back to see my humble beginnings as people often do. So I begin this blog with my travels to Lightning Ridge. My life has been a messy adventure which if you follow me you will be sure to read it has been a life so full of challenges and always driven by hard work love and god for only he can lead where i must follow.
To capture the moon and look to the stars, dreams come to me of southern skies I look up at night to see the southern cross and the milky way. Be gentle in your quest, Be gentle with your self , BE LOVE IF LOVE BE YOU.
Dreams are what people live for take away imagination and dreams and people like flowers wilt and die.
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Firelight firelight flickering in the breeze The sparkling embers swirl into the heavens high To join the stars in cosmic union firelight, firelight hearts are torn and drawn into the flames magic in the dance that leaps into the sky blackness entreats the souls to linger in the silence wonderment pulls the flames high into the stars The connection ephemeral precious atmospheric dust sparkling on highlouisa j
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