Miller and the Moteoka Adventure

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.

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After making the decision I immediately felt better and, as it turned out, the trip home was quite an adventure too…

Love and Light,

Miller

Author: Lee D Miller

I'm a bloke from Barking who has travelled the world and done his best to learn and enlighten. There's so much to learn and you cant do it all in a classroom. The World is the classroom and it's important that people wake-up to that fact.

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