Hi, I’m Debz!  Lemonpath is a place of Art, Photography, Travel Inspiration and My Love of Elephants.

Karst mountains, yangshuo, guangxi province, china

I am originally from Wales in the UK.  I now live in Auckland, New Zealand, where I live with my three sons, one cat, and two chickens.

Before settling in New Zealand  I spent two years on a working holiday in Australia and visited various countries in Europe.   I have travelled around New Zealand and more recently I have visited Samoa, China, Tahiti and Bali.

I have lived with Melanoma for ten years which has stopped me traveling for the last two years as it came back with a vengeance.  You can read my Melanoma story here. I have now been Melanoma free for a twenty one months.

I am passionate about Travel and Art. Once my two sons have left home I have plans to travel more extensively and spend more time painting.

25 thoughts on “About

  1. Alison

    Hi Bebz, nice to meet you, and your lovely blog. Thanks so much for following our blog. I hope you enjoy the stories of our journey. And don’t be a stranger – come on over and join the conversation.
    Cheers, and happy travels

  2. rosemaylily2014

    You have a beautiful blog Debz – lovely photos and I love your style and philosophy! Thanks so much for following my blog Le Chic En Rose 🙂 I’ve now signed up to follow yours too and look forward to reading your posts, very best wishes Rosemary 🙂

  3. Cathy Dutchak

    I love your focus on quirky travel. I love your description of yourself as whimsical, eclectic and free-spirited and that you love to meet people from all over the world. Nice to meet you, and thanks for following my blog! 🙂

  4. Rusha Sams

    Thanks so much for following Oh, the Places We See! We have much in common because we love out-of-the-way places and travel anywhere. Best wishes to you for always finding the unusual and the interesting aspects anywhere you go.

  5. Amelia

    Hey. I see that you emigrated from UK to Auckland. My boyfriend and I are in the process of that too and fly out on the 18th of January. We have 1 year visas but with his profession being sous chef we are quite confident that we will be able to stay longer if we decide to.

    Did you find the move difficult in terms of getting visas after the first year?

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