April 21, 2019

After the Ayurvedic treatment and the Christmas holiday spent in Hungary I flew back to Fuerteventura because I got accepted for a volunteering position. 

There are several volunteering sites through which you can apply for several different positions all around the world. I list the ones I know of, in case you are interested in travelling with volunteering too:

helpx.net

workaway.info

sci.ngo

wwoof.net

yogatrade.com

You pay a small sum of annual fee (about 30 something Euros but the fee is slightly different on each sites), set up your profile and you can immediately start to contact hosts and apply for positions. I advise you to always read the reviews and contact your host with your questions before you set out to travel. The more you know, the better. Stay tuned with your intuition and be open to for the new experience. Know that you can always leave if you don't like a place, and no one can force you to do something you are not comfortable with. As in most cases the volunteers wor...

January 20, 2019

Panchakarma is a traditional Indian Ayurvedic treatment that is useful for the cleansing and detoxification of the mind, body and the spirit.

The treatment is used to clean the body of toxic materials left by disease, poor nutrition and environmental toxins. Normally the body has the innate ability to efficiently process and remove these waste materials, including the vitiated doshas. However, due to one’s repeated dietary indiscretions, poor exercise patterns, lifestyle, and genetic predisposition, the digestive enzymes, metabolic co-factors, hormones, and agnis which regulate the body’s internal homeostasis become disorganized. This can lead to the accumulation and spread of toxins throughout the physiology resulting in disease. This waste matter is called ama in Ayurveda. Ama is a foul-smelling, sticky, harmful substance that needs to be completely evacuated from the body. Panchakarma will remove the excess doshas and correct imbalances in them as well as eliminate the harmful ama ou...

December 10, 2018

At the end of October I came back to the Canary Islands with a one-way ticket. I spent 5 days in Gran Canaria (the Throat chakra, communication island) at the Surf Film Festival to introduce the "7 islands 7 chakras" book then I headed to Fuerteventura. I can't explain why I felt I needed to come back to FUE but I really wanted to. I initially thought to hire a car and drive around the island, explore the south part as I only stayed in the north last year. 

A week before my travels I only had the car booked, no accommodation yet. I was looking for couch surfing opportunities and a guy had confirmed that I could stay at his place just the day before my flight was due. I was happy because he was my first option to stay with for 2 reasons:

1. he lives in the south of the island

2. he had many positive reviews on his profile.

I know, I broke my travel rule according to which "I do NOT stay at accommodations which are offered by a man and the man lives at the pla...

November 30, 2018

I quit my old ways of living in the city of London and chose to go travelling alone. I went to the Canary Islands and at the airport I noticed that my gate number was 36 which is my life purpose number according to Dan Millman, author of the book: The Life You Were Born To Live. Also around the time I was preparing for my trip I started to see many number 11-s (eleven). After my google search I found out that 11 is connected to intuition, soul mission, life purpose and new beginnings just to mention a few. Awesome! 

Instead of planning places to visit I decided to go with the flow and let my feelings and intuition lead me. I started to feel such freedom and confidence in knowing where I was going where in fact I had no idea. I just trusted. I stayed open for adventures and challenges in mind, body and soul throughout the 7 months I was on the road and embraced the unknown with childlike curiosity. It was amazing! I was hiking volcanoes, climbing craters, walking on l...

October 22, 2018

What to know about La Graciosa?

The island is part of the Chinijo Archipelago. The population is about 752. Tourism is the main industry along with fishing. Every year, tourists flock to the island for its tempered climate and its sandy volcanic coasts. The island has a school, lyceum, post office, supermarkets, medical center, pharmacy, bank, port, beaches, bar-restaurants and a square. Streets and roads on La Graciosa are unpaved sand. Motor vehicles are strictly prohibited and limited to a handful of licensed vehicles for special purposes. Access to the Island is by a 35-minute ferry crossing from Orzola on Lanzarote to the harbour in the village. There is a campsite on the Island situated on Playa del Salado at the western edge of Caleta del Sebo.

The island is extremely arid and entirely made up of bushes and dry soil. Its length is 8 km and the width is 4 km. There are no natural water sources on the island; desalinated water has been piped directly from neighbouring Lanz...

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