As I sit here in Minca, Colombia I sit here on the backs of giants, of every trekker, of every climber, of everyone who has ever walked, who has ever crawled. I just sat and watched Meru, a documentary film about their climb up the Shark’s Fin. I am not a climber, I am human, …Continue reading "My Long Walk and my long Write"
Prior to 2020 the projections for the growth in air traffic globally projected by Statista was 4.1% which represented a slight decline from 2019’s 4.2% projection. As the reality of the pandemic hit country after country air traffic has been cut by nearly half according to The Guardian’s an analysis of the data from Flightradar24 …Continue reading "Fear of Flying except now its because of #COVID_19 and the risks #flying has on all of us"
The world has seen better days, for the first time since the 1918 Spanish Flu we are facing a global pandemic. Given how connected are world is, the risks as we many peoples around the world are living in close proximity to the natural world it was only a matter of time. The world has …Continue reading "Using the #coronavirus #lockdown to focus on the Story"
There have been many outbreaks across history but all of them have occurred in the far reaches of history well away from the modern day. In late December 2019 that changed as a coronavirus sprung up in Wuhan, China and began took hold of a new host for it to spread into, the human race. …Continue reading "All it took as a Virus to Break the World #COVID_19 #coronavirus"
Sitting here in Minca when the government has all but shut down the country makes you understand how much things have changed and also how life still has to go on if differently than it did before. Any place where you could have congregated has now been shutdown. In the region, all national parks have …Continue reading "As a Traveler should I go back to Canada or Not? #coronavirus #pandemic"
When I left Canada at the end of February, the coronavirus was already on spreading across the world. When I first arrived in country you saw the signs at immigration warning people about where they have been. Since I left the warnings have increased, borders have closed, the flights in and out of entire continents …Continue reading "What to do in the wake of the Coronavirus Pandemic"
I have been travelling around for a couple years and have met a lot of people that have their own businesses online some doing affiliate marketing, others doing online stores and whatever and I don’t want to get a normal job. I am thinking about writing fiction and or doing a blog of some sort. …Continue reading "Should I blog??"
2019 and the second decade of the century are in the books, as we each look back it is also time to look forward. You don’t need a new year to reset or restart but there is something about being able to support people who are also on similar journeys. How do you plan to …Continue reading "Recover and Reset for 2020"
Here I am in London, on the last day of this phase of my journey. I have a flight tomorrow from Gatwick to Toronto. The last time I was in Toronto was 6 and a half years ago. It’s been ages, I will not stay there but when I left Toronto last time I …Continue reading "Thoughts on my pause on the travel to reset for the next Adventure"
I remember hearing about choose your own adventure books that were for kids where you would go from on page to another depending on the choices you decided to take in the narrative. It sounds really cool but in the traditional model of books it’s clunky and doesn’t create a great reading experience for the …Continue reading "The Problems with Interactice Storytelling as the Writer"