Sandhan Valley #9 (the last one, I swear 😂)
We were around 7-8km from the nearest village and the next day was mostly spent trekking on a little trail to get there. We followed the remnants of the stream and had our last glimpse of the Sandhan Valley. If only we had more days to spend here. But we did not so with a heavy heart, we said goodbye. .
This trek has for sure given us scars (I have at least three rope burns 🙈) and the kind of ache in our legs and backs that would remain for a while 😂😂😂. But did we regret doing it now? Of course not! For this trek has also given us memories and experiences that we would not forget for a lifetime.
After a vigorous trek, we wait patiently for the bus.
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Travel and get paid? .
This does not have to be impossible for you. In fact, it is very achievable!
Dreams do come true!
Come and join me in this amazing adventure!
Where are you going for your first trip?
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This weekend I was reminded of all the incredible women in my life. I was surrounded by light and love and I am so thankful for each and every one of you that made me feel so special. I love you. I love you. I love you. 💛
What I admire the most about Cubans is, their eagerness to talk about their culture and show you their country. Before you even leave they want you to plan your next trip. They want you to know everything great about Cuba, from the facts of the revolution, the places to explore, the dishes to try, the artists to listen to. They do get critical of their government and crave more freedom. But they want Cuba to be seen in the best light possible and that to me is the utmost form of acceptance of oneself and one’s culture. I wish Haitians were more like this.