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Saint George’s Parish

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  • Day3

    Coopers island

    September 18, 2016 in Bermuda ⋅ ☀️ 26 °C

    Sporty Sunday- It was a PB day out in Coopers island OCAB 5km, my last race before we head off. Dolf's first sub 30 with 28.54 (impressive for a forward) I managed a sub 24 (finally) and surprisingly earned myself a medal by placing 3rd in the 18-39 agegroup. Durnas and Abbie also outperformed themselves .
    The humidity is finally lower or rather more manageable, definitely a highlight that Hopday made his appearance . Blessed to have shared my last hoera with the Paget triangle and Abster. Great when the boys also come out to run.

    Watching Madhatters with lots of Fomo today but trying to be wise &save the body-parts for all our active adventures over the next few months. Feeling really weird (and a tad frustrating) not to be on the pitch but fun to hang out with the police crew.
    {Issy}
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  • Day1

    Living the dream

    October 1, 2016 in Bermuda ⋅ ⛅ 27 °C

    I took my first trip to the UK in 2004 after I failed CTA which planted the dream of traveling, i had the option to work at a small audit firm in 2005, but I chose to study full-time for another year in order to work for PwC as they frequently offered secondments to different locations in the world, as I would always be curious to see whats on the other side of the ocean. However at the end of my 3 year articles there was limited secondment opportunities available and i was devastated when all efforts to get a secondment was unsuccessful.
    When the Bermuda opportunity came about I wanted to grab it with both hands. We always planned to do an around the world trip after our initial 18 month contract with Deloitte Bermuda. We obviously did not factor in how great it would be to live in Bemuda, hence the reason for staying twice as long as planned.

    New years eve 2012, in a bar in Toronto, instead of new years resolution we set ourself goals to achieve in Bermuda, with the idea to go back home after we achieve those or at least start planning to move back home. Traveling around the world before we have kids was one of the goals.
    In the last 12 months we achieved all those goals.

    Naturally we started planing to move home but not until we do the trip of a life time.

    Initially we wanted to spend time in South America to start the trip, but the ZIKA virus had other plans. However as anyone who's planned a trip like this before will tell you that after doing the budget calculation you probably have to cut the trip by one third to make it feasible, so thats what we did by skipping South America. ZIKA really did us a favor then.

    Our idea was always to just buy an around the world ticket and go from there. While there are great deals for students, prices for 30 somethings are not as favorable. Deciding on a route also proved to be easier said than done.
    Without the backbone that a around the world ticket will give a trip like this we found ourselves questioning the feasibility of what we are trying to achieve here. Randomly Isabel found a repositioning cruise, that cross the Pacific from Seattle and takes you all the way down-under to Sydney and along the way stopping at most of the islands we would only have dreamt of visiting and boom we were back on track to live the dream.

    {Roedolf}
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