It's not easy to live a life in a foreign land. It's not always happy days and good times. Putting up with the laguage, trying to embrace the culture and catching up with skills for work is so exhausting.
Nature has always been my greatest therapy, in managing stress and keep my sanity. It's amazing how so much beauty this world has but many of us miss it because we get too caught up with work.
I think it will be best to always have some time off spent in nature, disconnect from technology and be part of nature.
(Not so) calm before the storm - pre ex Tropical Cyclone Fehi. Crazy Lenticular cloud formations - very windy, luckily our only casualty was hat (never to be seen again).
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This was a dream!! 😭 Again, we were lucky enough to enjoy this magical place all to ourselves. You can too, if you’re brave enough to cross it to get to the other side of the fall!! 😱 Don’t be fooled by how easy it looks coz it ain’t. Questions to ask yourself, “How flexible are you?” and “How’s your river-crossing skills?”. Those rocks are sparse and slippery as and the current is strong. 😐 I definitely do not recommend doing so, but @52nafets and I are daredevils (more like he is and I just get dragged along) hence we did. 😂😅 And strangely enough, I would do it all over again. 😌 #magique