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Follow the adventures of Scarlet Jones.

Follow the adventures of Scarlet Jones.

Travelling the world, attempting to learn Spanish and volunteering in various different projects, Scarlet never simply travelled, but she took the time to interact with people and she did her best to discover what made them tick.

In this blog you can read about the unusual and the different, the funny and the sad.  Travelling solo for the most part, the blog documents a journey of personal discovery, adventure and the most fantastic experiences prior to that fateful time at the beginning of 2020 when the world became a much smaller place for most of us.

As things have evolved in Scarlet’s life and travel, for now, plays a lesser role but the lessons are still there.  Building self confidence, healing from pain and abuse and learning about one’s self – these things are still important and have played a key part in moving Scarlet Jones into her role as Jane Clements Life Coach.

I hope you enjoy these travel stories.

Summer in Catalunya

There are tons of things to see and do in Catalunya, and I always do my best to get out and to explore. One of the places that I have enjoyed visiting and taking visitors to is the wine cathedral which is in the nearby village called Pinell de Brai. The wine cathedral...

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Bernaví- Wine Tasting with a Personal Touch

There are wine tastings…and there are wine tasting experiences. Living close to the river Ebro in southern Catalunya I am surrounded by olive trees, orange groves and vineyards.  You don’t have to go very far to find a bodega or a wine producer who will offer a tour...

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No judgement and mindful travel

Learning about mindfulness has shown me how I can approach problems in a different way. It has taught me how to look at my negative thoughts from a different perspective but it has also reinforced what I already knew; that travel is good for me and how being open...

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Guided Motorbike Tour in Spain

When my friend Alan suggested that I join him on a day out testing one of the new routes for his guided motorbike tour business I jumped at the chance. I was looking forward to discovering a part of Spain that I had never seen before, but without the pressure of...

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Walking the Camino de Santiago alone

Despite travelling solo for the last 6 years I have to admit that I was still a little bit apprehensive about walking the Camino de Santiago. Several friends had asked if they could tag along but this was one journey that I had to take alone. In true pilgrim style (a...

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Staying healthy while travelling.

Solo travel can be difficult whether it’s working out how to use a squat toilet complete with a full backpack or wandering into the dodgy side of town because your map was upside down.  Your mental health and travel   Coping with stress, loneliness, anxiety or mental...

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Things to do in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is the second largest city in Thailand but please don’t think that it’s simply a smaller version of Bangkok. There are many different things to do in Chiang Mai and it has such a different vibe to Bangkok that you could be forgiven for thinking that you are...

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