2014 is coming towards an end and 2015 is just around the corner. On a personal level, 2014 have been incredible, but I won’t forget or look away from the fact it’s been a difficult, tragic and testing year for the rest of the world. Wars, terrorism, flight accidents and other tragedies have taken and ruined many hundred thousand of lives. It’s important as we go into 2015 to include the wish for world peace, safety and love in our wishes and resolutions.
For me, that means continuing with my mission as the wandering humanitarian and this is what you can expect to read more about in 2015:
January-March: South America
My volunteering and travelling in Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. This will of course involve some articles from Machu Picchu, Salar de Uyuni and one of Brazil’s favelas. However, I can’t make any promises of how many articles I will have the time to write or be able to write while being there. Just like with Thailand, there are conditions and permissions I will need to assess and gain first.
May-July: California, National Parks and Canada
I’ve been accepted onto an incredible big opportunity that I will make official once everything is confirmed and settled.
Until these highlights, I will leave you with the best of wishes for a great 2015 – follow your dreams, accomplish your goals, see the world, make a difference and don’t fret if things doesn’t go the way you plan;
Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay then it’s not the end – Fernando Sabino, Brazilian writer.
I hope you all will have a fabulous celebration surrounded by your loved ones wherever you are around the world,
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!