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Hello Reka!!!!!!!! You are a beautiful girl, and the most Beautiful person! I wish you ALL THE BEST!!!!!!
Thank you Stella! All the best to you too and I am very happy that we have reconnected!
It is a pleasure reading your entries Reka. Very beautifully written. I look forward to your next one.
Regards from Toronto!
Thank you Orsi! Thanks for reading my posts. Regards to you and your whole family from all of us too!
Đây là ước mơ của tôi từ khi còn nhỏ ! Tôi thực sự ngưỡng mộ các bạn .
Cam on. Bạn đang rất tốt bụng. Tôi muốn cho bạn để sống giấc mơ của bạn quá!
I discovered you’re blog today and I must say: I fell in love for both it’s content and you’re amazing writing skills!
You can count me in for Dawn of the Guardian, and I wish you the best for your next travels.
I’ll be expecting you’re next post!
Thank you so much for you kind thoughts! The next post will be coming soon! I wanted to share though that shortly I will post a special exclusive blog, that for the moment will only be for those who signed up to my Dawn of the Guardian list. This is of our journey to Andalusia Spain that inspired me to write the book. It will give a glimpse into the adventure and real characters that subsequently came to life in my mind. I would love to know what you think about it! Réka
Our journey is similar – we sold everything to travel too, only we did it at the other end of life, beginning nearly 4 years ago when I was 61 and Don 69.
You are an inspiration to me. You give me not hope, but faith, that the world is in good hands. I’m sure there are many like you, some older, some younger, but we get so little good news that it’s wonderful to come ‘face to face’ with you and people like you, and your family. My faith in humanity, and the power of good in the world is deepened.
Thank you Alison! It takes courage to live your dreams. My Dad says that many people of your generation no longer have the courage to step out of their front door they are so filled with fear. It is not just my generation that holds the future. I believe we are making the future now and together through our experiences and the people we come into contact with, we are sharing this knowledge that there is a much bigger world out there to know. You are an inspiration to us too. Thank you for your really kind words. I will carry them with me in my travels! Reka
I just read about your adventures in an article on facebook. Before you go VIRAL (which is going to happen any time now) I just wanted to say that I think what your doing is incredible. I’m currently trying to save up money to go on my own travels and reading about your experiences is such a great motivator! When your book launches,could I get a signed copy? It would mean the world to me! I’m new,but already such a huge fan!
Your thoughts are wonderful! I wish you the best in your endeavours to save for traveling. Many people think you need so much money. In an article that appeared in the daily mail, so many people are commenting that “we must be millionaires” or “we must have won the lotto”, nothing could be further from the truth! Last year we traveled on the equivalent of a minimum wage income, the four of us. It is about making choices and taking that first leap into the unknown, which I am so grateful to my parents for doing! They have taught me that anything is possible, you just have to take that first step, to start and seek what is meaningful to you. I would happily sign a copy of my book for you Marie when it is published. I am currently seeking an agent and working towards the final round of editing. If you haven’t already signed up for my list on the progress of this journey, you can do so at this link http://www.dawnoftheguardian.instapage.com/ . For this community we will have exclusive and first release content, and updates on my quest to have the book published. My thanks and gratitude to you Marie! Reka
Hello Reka..well I read youre story and I wow what a story ..you no I do not like it anymore to read all the papers about a the misserie But I lik it more to read all youre adventure! that you made whit youre familie..I will be thrilled to read more of youre story’s Thank you..greetings from a little village in Holland it called Ee..Klaske 😉
Thank you so much Klaske. I agree, I love to read about travel adventures. I trust that I will be able to visit your village too someday. I have a friend who is going to be attending University in Groningen this autumn and perhaps I will get the opportunity to visit her and Ee then. Thank you for your kinds words. I will do my best to keep the adventures coming. Reka
Hello Reka, I am from Brussels in Belgium, it’s a small country but it’s verry nice and verry rich in
histories, there is a lot to visite. I thank you verry much that I may travel with you on your blog.
sorry, but my English is not verry good. I come back to read more of your stories.
Greetings from Belgium for you and your familie……Helena
Thank you Helena. We are hoping to visit Belgium soon! Your English is great, I would really need to learn Dutch and French. You are very kind and I am very happy that you like my stories. I will write more soon. My very best to you! Reka
Reka, you bright star, you. I found your interview with Kristin (bemytravelmuse) so inspiring and special. Thank you and look forward to reading your adventures. 🙂 Peace, Cassi
Thank you Cassi for taking the energy to share with me your feelings. It is thoughts shared like this that inspire me to adventure on and share everything I have learnt. They encourage me to do my best and grow as part of the experience. Peace to you too Cassi! 🙂
hello reka, im from indonesia, im glad to found this amazing website which tells your adventures around the world! and i hope you visit indonesia, because its a lot of place to visit!
greetings, Rara 🙂
Thank you so much for your kind words. Indonesia is a country I have been wanting to visit for a long time. There is such natural beauty and diverse culture throughout the Archipelagoes that I very much would love to experience this and I trust that someday soon, I will be able to and perhaps even meet you too! 🙂
Rekicam, nagyon szeretem olvasni az irasod foleg ez mar egy eves emlek!?-de az ilyen emlekeket nem lehet feledni! Igaz? Puszillak Draga Angyalkam.
Hello Reka and family, following you with anticipation. Hugs from Canada. Ingrid
Hey Reka, omg how much you have grown up…. Can’t wait to catch up with you hope u have a great year in 2016 lots of love your childhood friend.
Thank you so much for all your kind words. Looking forward to seeing you soon!
Love, from, Réka
In a year and a half my wife and two girls will be traveling for a year. I want my girls (currently 13 and 11) to read your blog to get some ideas about what they can do during our year away.
Thank you for following our journey. I cannot apologise more profusely for such a tardy and late response. I am very happy to speak with your daughters directly and share with them stories and experiences that we have had along the way. I will get in touch with you personally and would be more than happy to be of assistance.
My warmest regards and thanks for your interest,
I just read your article in the guardian, you are fantastic and i find your confidence inspiring. Well done to your family for taking the leap. If you don’t mind me asking do your parents work while you are traveling? I am considering taking my family on an adventure and I am keen to get some more information.
Good luck with the book, your writing is fantastic. I’ll have to buy it for my daughters.
Thank you so much for your kind thoughts. I must apologise that it has taken this long to reply, we had a technical issue and I trust you will forgive me. I am very glad to hear that you are considering embarking on your own journey of discovery together with your family. Your question is one we often get asked and we were considering creating a series of emails that would give people a more comprehensive answer to how you can live, love and learn while traveling the world. Would this be something that would be of interest to you? I would be more than happy to get in touch via email and give you all the answers that would trustfully assist you in your decision making and planning. Thanks again for your well wishes for the book too. You can buy it on Amazon at this link .
My warmest regards,
i am from China, read news about you and your travelling, i always want to go travel around the world with families, but there will be very big amount savings for that, could also share with me about how to live, love and learn while traveling the world. hope you could share with me, thanks very much.
Thank you for the inspiration <3 let us know if you will be back in Portugal, we would love to know you and your experiences, we could make a little meeting with the homeschooling community, if you where willing to, of course. 🙂
Thank you Catia,
That would be wonderful. We loved Portugal and we would love to meet with the homeschooling community there! I am not sure if we can make it this summer as we have a lot to do with promoting my book, which is taking us to the UK and the USA, but perhaps if there was opportunity, we would love to make the trip on our return. Let’s keep in contact and thank you again for all your support. Much love to all there!
I’ve just read your story on face by Gyárfás Dorka. It is simply gorgeous.
Does your novel turn up in Hungarian ?
Thank you for your generous and kind comment. Yes, indeed the novel is available in Hungarian and was released this past Friday 1st of September 2017. It is available through Kolibri at this link http://kolibri.libricsoport.hu/fooldal/konyvek/az-orzo-hajnala/ or any of the Libri Bookstores throughout Hungary. I trust you will get the opportunity to enjoy reading it. My very best to you. Réka
I am very impressed with you and I would like to know if you are going on a trip to visit Egypt soon I have the honor to host you
Thank you Mahmoud,
We were actually planning on visiting Egypt early next year, but this time round, due to some commitments, we were unable to find enough time to get there. We are very much looking forward to visiting one day when we will not be rushed and can spend the time to immerse ourselves in the warm welcome of the people, places and culture of Egypt. I sincerely want to thank you for your warm and generous offer. I am too am honored by kind thoughts.
My very best to you till then,
I am an English as a second language teacher from Finland. I thoroughly enjoyed reading your travel blog and was wondering if you would let us use parts of it for a commercial online English study book (Tabletkoulu.fi) for upper secondary school students in Finland? We would always credit you and add a link to your blog so in that way you would get more readers. Your stories could be so inspirational for young Finns!
Best wishes, Anna
Dear Anna, thank you so much for reaching out to me and for this wonderful opportunity. Please find my email addressed directly to you in the next day or so.
My best wishes, Réka
Hello Reka 🙂 I have just discovered your blog. I am a teacher from Koluszki, Poland. There is a short text about you and your adventures in English Class , Chapter 6(Pearson) and I use this book with Year 4. I was curious to read more in your blog. I am really amazed! Wow! I also like your writing skills 🙂
We will be studying the chapter next term, maybe February/March. My students would be rapt if you wrote sth to them. Is it possible or you do not have time for that?
All the best for you and your family.
Lovely! Thank you very much 🙂
Maybe we could send you a photo of our group and receive yours (online, we can print it then if you agree). Do you think me and my Year 4 students could stay in touch with you?
Are you on Facebook?
Que guay tu viaje!
Traduce it to Spanish please.
We are the students from Poland, we are now reading a text about your life in our English handbooks.
We really like your blog. Are planning to visit Poland?
We would also like to know how you travel: in a caravan, a car?
The student want to know how old you are at the moment?
Could you please describe a day of your life as a student-traveller?
Which part of the world is the most exciting in your opinion?
We’re looking forward to your answer,
Students, class 4
Hello students of Class 4! It is an honour to hear that you have been reading some of my story and finding it interesting to you. 🙂 I have been to Poland but it was a visit that was far too short so I would absolutely love to return and explore more of your beautiful and fascinating country! I have travelled in both an RV (Caravan) and a car, as well as lots of buses, trains and planes! But I really loved travelling in a RV, something about having your house and your car in one is so much fun! 🙂 I am 21 years old at the moment, and a day in my life currently has me at home in Sydney working on the sequel to my fantasy adventure novel: Dawn of the Guardian. I like to go for long walks in between writing and am enjoying being in one place for now, seeing friends and family before embarking on some travel plans a little later in the year. I also read and dance for fun and am also a Surf Life Saver at Bondi Beach, training and swimming in the ocean. I absolutely love history, so any place in the world with old, preserved castles, forts, palaces or ruins are most exciting to me in my opinion. I hope I can offer a little inspiration on your own journeys as students and I hope that you get to travel and explore the world as your own heart desires, no matter the challenges you may face along the way. Continue to feed the smart, curious, kind souls you have inside you, and you won’t go wrong. Sending hugs from Australia! – Réka <3
hey my name is paulina I live in poland today we read your text about traveling you impressed me and I also want to explore the world and do you have plans to visit Poland. I hope we will meet someday Regards.