Turkey – Going Home

It’s very nice to go travelling – but it’s so much nicer to travel home.

I have had the time of my life on this short little Turkish vacation.

Sadly, today I am flying back to England.

I will miss this place and the new but temporary friends I have made here.

I will miss the strange air of synchronicity this place has.

I will miss the ability to meditate I have learned here.

I will miss the Crystal clear skies and the sunshine.

Who knows, in the strange world of the solitary traveller I may someday come across some of the friends I have made here again.

That wouldn’t be bad at all.

Jack Collier

jackcollier7@talktalk.net

9 responses

  1. Wish you carry all the magic home with you 🙂

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    1. How nice of you. ❤ ❤ ❤
      Sometimes, the Magic happens.

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  2. It makes my heart smile to hear you had such a wonderful trip. I wish many more in your future. 😊

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    1. Amelia you are so kind to me. ❤
      There was so much good stuff on that vacation ~ I have come a long way down the warriors path in just a week.
      Shame you can't come with me on my next trip ~ I'm thinking Cyprus in September ❤ ❤ ❤

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      1. Oh, that’s a wonderful thought. We hope to do Greece and Croatia next summer. I very much enjoy vacationing via your beautiful posts. Even if I can’t actually travel with you, I’m excited to accompany you here.

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        1. You do make me smile.
          You do give me pleasure.
          In lots of ways I adore you.
          ❤ ❤ ❤

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  3. In my experience, friendships with travelers are always very temporary. To develop lasting friendships you have to return frequently to a place and build relations with locals or expats who live there. In the end, everyone who has traveled extensively has one, two or three spots that pulls them back and after a while you dread to deal with people just transiting the(se) place(s), because you invest so much energy in starting some interaction, knowing that it’s very unlikely you’ll meet this person ever again.

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    1. In this place friendships were easy,
      I will come back here often.

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