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Justine WilsonAbout Me

Here’s the blurb about my big life and I’m so glad that you are here.

My traveling life started 25 years ago leaving my hometown of Broken Hill (not knowing how to use a washing machine) to take the right of passage (now referred to as a gap year) to live work and travel through Europe.

I always thought that being a princess was a true profession in my reach however, I have settled for nursing, a paramedic, case manager and committed humanitarian. Lots of crowns and jewels but never of the royal variety.

I have many loves that keep me real such as my husband (my feeder and constant source of entertainment), my family, and my friends that have become my family during my journey. I love a social gathering and anything that tastes great (preferably prepared by anyone but me). I love a sunrise or sunset on any beach, road trips that involve taste testing food that local places are known for and the occasional power nap.

How did I get here?

My frequent travels throughout the world enjoying the short term holiday experience lands me here, but I always loved to come home to familiar surroundings. Just when I thought all the corners of Asia were done for us, my life changed significantly when my husband took a job in the middle of South East Asia !!

So by default I have started this blog and I hope you enjoy this journey with me. I hope to inspire your desire for travel and that you relish in my other life encounters along the way.

I’m sure we are all winging life in some special way.

My name is Justine (Justy) and this is my passport.

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About meJustine WilsonJUSTINE WILSONBLOGGER, TRAVELLER

Here’s the blurb about my big life and I’m so glad that you are here.

My traveling life started 25 years ago leaving my hometown of Broken Hill (not knowing how to use a washing machine) to take the right of passage (now referred to as a gap year) to live work and travel through Europe.

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