a very little world

In the year 2014, I, little Tal completed my honours degree. A task which resulted in most of my time being spent with my head buried in scientific papers - focused on butterflyfish, tea, the ocean and the people directly around me. It was all quite 'Cape Town, South Africa.'

In the last few days I have realised that 2015 is most certainly not going to be such a year. In fact it is going to be a year of 'All continents of planet earth'. HOW EXCITING IS THAT? All of us little biologists yearning and dreaming of adventure are finally out having them! From Tasmania to Thailand and Mauritius to Munich. And it makes you realise that this earth is so very little. We have progressed from communal 10:30 tea to cross continental conversations.

Last year most certainly had its life-changing adventures (I look forward to sharing them with you as I get the chance in the coming months!) but right now we are heading into very new territory. THESE adventures are going to largely be about becoming a slightly more grown up seagypsy - learning to be independent in one of the world's greatest cities. BUT ALSO: playing like a seagypsy! Island hopping in Greece and tracing the mediterranean coastline, painting pretty things and eating ALL THE ICE CREAM! These are the exciting adventures which await.

But for now, welcome back to my blog- thanks for reading :) And here are some this years first photos from a snowy London!Processed with VSCOcam with f2 presetProcessed with VSCOcam with f2 presetProcessed with VSCOcam with c1 presetProcessed with VSCOcam with f2 preset

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