Why did you want to do Te Araroa?

I was mid-thirties, alone and rudderless. On paper everything was sorted but that made every day I wasn’t worse. You read a lot about people sorting their act out on these long pilgrimages and in Te Araroa I hoped to work through that crisis in myself and also find where I fit as

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