- Alone in the Wild – don't forget…
I think it was Hemingway that famously quoted that the most important thing that you learn of travelling is that what you left behind.
I felt emotionally really sorry for the bloke – to have your childhood dream ripped apart like that is something that can take you two ways.
You either treat the whole thing as a turning point in your life and take the positives from it, or you become depressed at some how failing.
Personally I feel he should treat it as a blessing that he has been released from a childhood fantasy – one that will make him praise what he has, and the person he can now become rather than the dream that so many of us follow.
A very moving if somewhat shortlived experience that has lessons for us all – if we only dare to look!Posted 10 years ago
A very moving if somewhat shortlived experience that has lessons for us all – if we only dare to look!
Yeah, next time I hustle for a tv show about living in the forests of Canada for a month or two, and they say YES!, I'll prepare a bit more thoroughly than that whinging shitehawk did.Posted 10 years ago
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