It finally looks like things are changing here in the UK.
Lockdown is fast becoming a bit more relaxed and soon everything will start to open, but with trepidation I guess?
Whether it will continue back to an old normal or will carry on becoming the new normal remains to be seen.
For me, one thing is sure. The idea of returning back to Asia and to my new life of travelling is going to be put on hold until next year.
2020 will be a year that people will not only remember, but I feel it will be a year of new beginnings, new friendships and relationships not only with people but with this lovely planet called Earth.
Having been back for a while now I have been in lockdown since March. I am now looking forward to meeting up with family and friends.
Sisters and Brothers don’t have to be blood-related to be important to your life. I have had the pleasure of meeting and adopting many siblings as I have travelled. I miss my Cambodian sister Kunthea and her boy Panyar ( hope to see you soon sis) but one lost is another gain. Being in the UK has allowed me to see my English sister. Who has been through a hard break up and moving house twice during Covid, has shown remarkable courage and perseverance.