Today is the eve of the most unconventional Christmas of my life. I am away from my family, but I’ve celebrated Christmas away from (my parental) home before. I am in New Zealand, and therefore in the 30 degree Celsius summer heat of the southern hemisphere, but new as that is for me, it isn’t what is making this Christmas so unconventional.
That I am at a nudist gay farm as a volunteer worker, now that ranks quite high on my strange-o-meter. I will write about this queer (in both senses of the word) place, but not yet. Stay tuned.
Today, all I want to say is Merry Christmas to you, dear reader, and a big thank you for your continued interest in The Modern Nomad. Your ongoing support is the best Christmas present that I could ever wish for. I can’t adequately describe how much I value every e-mail, comment and shared article.
So Merry Christmas, wherever you are. I hope you get to spend it with the ones you love in blissful Christmas spirit.
And while I am at it, Happy New Year too!
With Christmas Love,
Your friendly nomad, hitching a ride with Santa from country to country.