G-string Journey

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Why G-String Journey?

I have lived on a shoestring, I’ve lived on the edge, and I have lived through the idea of never wearing a G-string again. I now realize there is nothing harder than living on the edge, on a shoestring, in a G-string if you are suffering from digestive issues!

I have lived and worked overseas, at times in dangerous places, for over twenty years. One ill-fated day, however, I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease. CD is a debilitating digestive disease under the best of circumstances – it’s mind-blowing in a warzone. I was informed by every doctor that I needed to leave Afghanistan immediately in order to undertake treatment, which included steroids and immunosuppressants. I decided, instead, to stay and fight the so-called disease in my own way. My four year battle with food and willpower, my extensive reading and trial and error, my determination to keep an adventurous lifestyle and sense of humour, all lead me to believe there is no such thing as Crohn’s disease. In my mind, it is numerous symptoms of something that is bothering you. The hardest part is pinpointing what that is.

Still pinpointing, but living life to the fullest, I thought I would share some of my journey – from food choices, to adventures in Afghanistan, to planning a car trip from Kabul to Cork, during which I have every intention of wearing my G-string, without a bathroom in sight!

This blog is dedicated to travel and health stories that provide food for thought, insight, inspiration, and entertainment. Let me know if it is as helpful to you as it is for me to write it!

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12 comments on “Why G-String Journey?

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  2. PartiallyUnstuffed
    August 5, 2012

    Wow. I am really looking forward to reading your blog! You are certainly an inspiration to those of us who feel stuck in a rut. Your title is hilarious, by the way. Would you mind if I post a link to your site? I think some of my readers will be intrigued by your stories.

    • gstringjourney
      August 5, 2012

      Please do. I think your blog is great as well and love the title too! Looking forward to following you!

  3. Jeff
    August 16, 2012

    Henry, this you? WTF are you up to now? No sunscreen and no undies. Could be worse. Hope you don’t have to scale the Pinnacles, they are brutal and tough to get over. Stay safe sista.

    • gstringjourney
      August 16, 2012

      Yes, the Pinnacles are brutal to get over… don’t I know it! 😉

  4. repurposed redhead
    August 26, 2012

    Inspiration? Yes, you definitely are providing that. Thanks. Keep it coming. -Rene

    • gstringjourney
      August 26, 2012

      I would say the same of you! Maybe our paths will cross next year!! Keep writing!

  5. Anna Marie
    February 2, 2013

    So glad I found your blog – I;ve read every post so far. I particularly liked your stories about your Wakam hike. Glad you got to enjoy scotch and a sunset on your last night. I’m looking forward to hearing about your Kabul to Cork road trip. How fun!

  6. gstringjourney
    February 2, 2013

    Thanks Anna Marie. Love your blog as well. I’m looking forward to the K-C trip as well! Fingers crossed we get across the first border!

  7. josh t.k.
    February 23, 2013

    Wow | You’ve got an amazing story. And Afghanistan? I’ve been hoping to visit this country for years. This is great. Keep us updated!

    • gstringjourney
      February 24, 2013

      If you plan on a visit, you have a place to stay – great photo ops!

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