A Moment in Time

{this moment} – A Friday ritual. A photo – no words – capturing any moment from my past travel experiences. A simple, special, extraordinary moment.

A moment you want to pause, savour and remember.

“This Moment” is a ritual found on Life inspired by the Wee Man adopted from SouleMama which was introduced to me by Sarah-Jane.

This is my moment! If you want to read the story behind the photo, please follow the link (story behind the photo) at the bottom of the page.

If you have a Moment please share your link in the comments section and I will pop in to have a look .. Ciao!

The story behind the photo:

I have been fortunate to have done quite a bit of travelling over the last 10 years. By heart I am an adventurer and I love exploring new places, cultures and food. Travelling can become stressful and expensive. Over the years I have learnt to travel as cost effective as possible, simply by travelling more clever. Nelmitravel.com is a Adventure and Budget Travel site where I review Airlines, Accommodation, Transport, Restaurants and give helpful travel information.

41 Comments

  1. I'm fascinated how they thought of building a shrine out of waste…making something beautiful out of scrap -awesome!

  2. Hi Corinne, all the bottles have a little bit of water in them. They leave it for the woman who have died of thirst when she was looking for her husband after he has gone to the civil war. People leave all different kind of things at shrines. One place had number plates and they prayed for a car for example.

  3. Nelieta, if every story paints a thousand words, the story of Delinda Correa is one of them! The photo of the bottles beckoned me back to Argentina and the shrine and the child nursing at her breast. Fascinating story! When will your book be released? All the photos and stories combine to make quite a collection of adventures.

  4. Hi Debra, it is a fascinating story 🙂 I am not quite sure when the book will be ready. I still have so much to write about. I guess it will be time when I have used up all my free space for photos! I am hoping to be sitting in my rocking chair one day and read through all my adventures..lol!

  5. Hi Corinne, all the bottles have a little bit of water in them. They leave it for the woman who have died of thirst when she was looking for her husband after he has gone to the civil war. People leave all different kind of things at shrines. One place had number plates and they prayed for a car for example.

  6. Hi Alfandi, this was quite an interesting discovery here in Argentina. People often ask what they are and represent. Very interesting indeed. I did not know that they have road shrines in Mexico too..wow now I have learnt something new.

  7. I'm fascinated how they thought of building a shrine out of waste…making something beautiful out of scrap -awesome!

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