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Recommended Read: Hidden Cities and artist Lucinda Grange

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Recommended Read: Hidden Cities and artist Lucinda Grange

Hidden Cities by Moses Gates

Lucinda Grange

British urban explorer.

Beautiful photography and proof that it is not a mans game. Let's get exploring!

For people who....

Have ever wondered when traveling what are alternative new places to discover. Free places to discover. Those who want an adventure. People who get a kick of going to restricted areas . For those who like heights. For those who like underground.  For those that are curious to really know the city that they work and live in.

A recommended read which includes stories in London, New York, Poland, Bolivia, Italy and many more ...

 
check out her website www.lucindagrange.com

check out her website www.lucindagrange.com

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Sajama

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Sajama

This weekend I had the pleasure of visiting Sajama in Bolivia, near the border of Chile. A mountain (ex volcano) with its near by towns, springs, geysers and hot springs.  A cold place reaching somewhere in the minus, the hot sulfur springs was a delicious experience and escape.

Apparently the benefits of bathing in sulfur and or ingesting in crystal form include

-Increasing enzyme production within bodily glands and improving resistance to illness
-Increasing flexibility in muscle tissue (yep as a yogi could benefit from that)
-Increasing blood circulation
-Reducing muscle inflammation and promoting muscle healing
-Promoting the healthy growth of hair and fingernails
-Discouraging the growth of cancer cells through oxygenation (Bingo!)
-Reversing osteoporosis, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease
-Promoting healthy skin production and reducing wrinkles
-Regulating insulin production
-Improving colon function and eliminating colonic parasites

more info here

A Break to Help the Creative Mind

One thing a lot of us forget and one thing for sure I know I do is I forget to change my surroundings, go for a walk, put in new oxygen into my body and just clear the mind. It has been a while since I breathed real clean air, seen blue cloudless skies and beautiful mountains in their natural surroundings. I think it's easier than it seems, there is always nature lurking, parks to be walked, paths to be discovered even if you live in a city; I know this to be true living in New York and London - there are hidden gems out there. Just mental effort is needed to train yourself to explore. Which reminds me of a great book I read whilst in New York: Hidden Cities by Moses Gate. I am going to make an aim to take a walk somewhere new each week and away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Over and out.

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