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Diego Garcia: Discovery Tour [Journey – Book 2] from

 The talented writer Susan Joyce tells more of her memoirs, starting with her from

Lullaby Illusion: Awakening Journey [Journey – Volume 1] from

 . The result is a fascinating book that combines the types of memoirs and travel books and tells the author's further adventures. When she and her husband, Charles, were invited by friends to travel on a yacht, they were sailing into the virgin. They traveled to many exotic places. Like the first book, the author has experienced an inner journey of self-discovery and has experienced a lifelong journey that many dreams of dreaming.

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 The first is the narrator. After spending a turbulent time in Cyprus, Charles returned to Ojai, California, and experienced a 1974 coup and war. The couple settled in the house they rented, and Charles was waiting for his old job to call him back and let him know that he was free. They don't seem to be too worried about financial issues because Charles has at least deposited money in several bank accounts for them to continue living.

A short letter arrived at the mail, which forever changed the life of the narrator and her husband. The letter is from their friends Mia and Dylan, who are currently in Taiwan. Their friend is also a friend of the Swedish millionaire, who owns several yachts and buys new yachts. Swedish millionaires always break into the yacht before the maiden voyage, while Mia and Dylan invite the narrator and Charles to board the ship, “helping the crew from Trincormalee in Sri Lanka to the Seychelles. The ocean and through the Suez Canal North."

They plan to meet Dylan and Mia in the port city of Trincomalee on the east coast of Sri Lanka. The name of the yacht they are riding is called ZoZo.

Arriving at the narrator and where Charles eventually met Dylan and Mia was an adventure in itself. They went to Mumbai, where Charles had some spicy food and then lived in a beautiful five-star hotel, and when they saw a hotel near the Taj Mahal, they saw the disparity between Mumbai and India. .

The narrator pointed out in various places in "Good Morning Diego Garcia" that she has been recording travel records. She must be very thoughtful, because the descriptions of the people they met and the scenes they saw were well described, which made the narrator's adventures very real for the readers of her books.

Although the narrator and her husband had never taken a yacht before, at first they were excited about the prospect of taking a yacht to the Indian Ocean. However, they found that sailing will take place during the monsoon season and their journey will not be as enjoyable as they expected.

As they journey, the narrator tells about her fascination with Edgar Cayce's books and the importance of her dreams to him and herself. For example, she sometimes raises philosophical questions and wonders why Indian cows are considered sacred, not human.

Just before they even met Dylan and Mia, they took a journey and took them to the Seychelles and Diego Garcia, the volcanic atolls of the Indian Ocean, the largest of the 60 islands. A small island made up of the Chagos Islands until finally returning to India, then to Belkin's Brussels in 1976.

Diego Garcia: Discovery Journey [Journey – Book 2], from

 It is an excellent written record of the narrator's trip to a foreign country, and also a story of her emotional and spiritual growth as a person. For those who like to read fascinating and fascinating travel memoirs, especially for fans of the first author of the series, this is a must-read book. from

Lullaby Illusion: Awakening Journey [Journey – Volume 1].