Well, since I’ve been in New Zealand I’ve really felt back in the flow. I’ve been focused on myself and the results are amazing…….. every thought I have plays out in reality (it has been all along, but what I mean is……. I’ve retaken control again). On Sunday I was hitching into Moteoka, got a lift off a nice English couple and as we were just hitting the outskirts of town , we passed a back packers, and I thought “I should check in there”. I was out hoping to find a computer to buy cheap. So they stopped, dropped me off and I went in and was asking about the local area and about where to buy a computer. The woman in there informed me about a couple of shops in town that were a good bet and we chatted for a bit, then I suddenly had the intuition to leave.
So I immediately, and politely, said goodbye and went out to the road to hitch again. After about 30 seconds a woman picked me up and as we’re driving the last mile into town when I thought I’d mention about the fact I was looking to buy a computer. She said…”You’re in luck….. my husband sells computers……. he gets them donated and makes them up to give to Kindergardens!!!”…..”How much can I buy one for?” I asked……”He’ll probably do one for you for $70″….That’s less then 30 pounds!!!!! Sorted! So I took her number and her husband delivered it to me yesterday…. it ended up costing $100 for what I needed, but he got me discs and plug adaptor leads as well. Pukka!!!!! Nice people too…. they gave me an open invitation to theirs whenever I want and I went on to pop around for her husband’s birthday celebration. It was so lovely, they just made me feel like one of the family.
So, anyway, I now have a computer in my room and so dont have to pay the extortionate fees for the internet anymore!!!……. just write it, save it and then go and send it!!!!! 🙂 Top drawer!!!!
So…. Laos…. 🙂
And then weeks later:
After a few weeks of writing in Kiwiland, I had a strong intuition that I needed to be back at Stonehenge for the Equinox. I didn’t know why really, but my emotions were smashed up again and I wanted to go home. I just wanted to be back in England. I’d had enough of the adventures and so, all in all, it wasn’t a difficult decision to make. So I just packed my bags, left the computer where it was and headed for home.
After making the decision I immediately felt better and, as it turned out, the trip home was quite an adventure too…
Love and Light,