Category Archives: Human Rights and Travel

“Do We Want To Solve The Refugee Crisis”?

First off, in response to my last post, yes I did make those calls. But before I had finished making them the Afghan lads had met other Afghan lads who had informed them of the French Charity that offers them … Continue reading

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Just a few words today…

…because I said I was coming to France to write! Before I left the UK on Friday two friends of mine very kindly gave me some money to hopefully help whatever situation I may come across out here…to do with … Continue reading

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Focus on Failure!

Ranting and raving in my head the other day about one’s failures, like a light bulb moment a sort of clear command came through-focus on that failure! And it seems to be helping! If all you do is fail in … Continue reading

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Carry On Convoy.

I was sat in a café in Calais yesterday when I saw a young guy with a small pack on his back. He had a ruffled up worn out sleeping mat hanging from it. Kindred spirit I thought and I … Continue reading

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THE BASICS.

Being one out of something like seven billion people on the Planet you wonder what you yourself can do to help heal all the ills we see around us. The Refugee situation crossing Europe is just another one of our … Continue reading

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Walking with sciatica, (in no more than 500 words)-part 14.

Saturday 18th April… Turn South off High West Street opposite the Corn Exchange in Dorchester, Dorset in the United Kingdom and you walk down Cornhill onto New Street. A three minute walk of 320 metres for a period of two and … Continue reading

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Walking with sciatica, (in around 500 words and a video)-part 13.

Today’s was a short slow walk around Milton Abbey school grounds, up into the woods of Green Hill and back home again.  The woods were covered in wild garlic and I read the other day that the leaves tasted rather … Continue reading

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