To Mourn

Travelling for work, to work, from work. Going away on holiday to somewhere hot and sunny, warm and windy, cold and breezy, snowy, rainy, sleety, up the mountain, in the valley, with the city lights, admist the open fields, bathing in the forest trees, trekking up a scenic hill.

Going places together, on your honeymoon, baby moon, celebrating birthdays, weddings, anniversaries. Meeting up with family, going away together, making new friends while away solo.

Staying at lodges, cabins, hotels, holiday homes, apartments, holistic retreats. Going for a spiritual detox, completing the pilgrimage, teaching a class, finding yourself, to just be alone.

Travelling is an experience to remember but travelling to mourn the death of a loved one is an altogether different story.

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