Can You Predict the Future?

Whether or not you believe that certain people have a sixth sense, we are firm believers that people should trust their gut feelings. There have been times in our lives when we have had a sense that something had occurred and found out that those were true. Sometimes it isn’t anything magical, it is just a matter of using a little common sense, life experience, and trusting your senses. If you are in a strange city and get off of the main streets at night and get the feeling that someone is watching you, it isn’t a stretch to think that something bad might happen to you and that you should turn around and try to get to a more populated area. Traveling puts you on edge as it is, so it isn’t uncommon to get that nagging feeling that something is going to go wrong. A flight will be delayed and you will miss your connection. The taxi driver isn’t taking you to where they are supposed to or they are purposely taking a longer route to run up the bill. These feelings aren’t a bad thing, they make you more aware of your surroundings, make you plan for unexpected changes, and will ultimately make you a more confident traveler.


Cruising Along the Amazon River


Heading into the Jungle

When we were in the Amazon Jungle, there was definitely no telling what we would see every time we rounded the next bend of the river or trail. Obviously, we were with experienced guides, so that definitely gave us confidence. All the same, we knew that we could come across anaconda snakes, caiman, poisonous frogs, snakes, spiders, and other insects. This week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is things that start with the letter J and are at least six letters long. We have chosen photos from the Jungle from both our trip to Bolivia last year as well as our trip to Ecuador this year.


Frog that Spits Poison When Threatened


Walking through the Jungle

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14 Responses to Can You Predict the Future?

  1. …I wish I could spit poison like the frog when I feel threatened while traveling!

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  2. I just love when you post!

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  3. Great pictures! I love the little poisonous frog.

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  4. Thank you for this post. I believe it is possible to know what will happen before it does. I love your pictures.

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  5. ralietravels says:

    At an early point in my life, I studied cold reading, the techniques used by fortune tellers, etc. I learned that some of these people become so adept at becoming aware of their environment, they were able to give “readings” without thinking about the process; some even began to really believe they were psychic. You are correct: it is wise to “trust our gut.”

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  6. Cee Neuner says:

    Wonderful post. πŸ˜€

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  7. How adventurous! We had two fire belly frogs, that remind me of this poisonous frog. They were so cute but the aquarium was a bit of a pill to maintain so we donated them to my granddaughters school.

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