Tag Archive: travel

Things to do before you have kids

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Start taking prenatal vitamins, cut back on caffeine, stop drinking alcohol.  We’ve all heard it: the things you should do before you get pregnant.  It’s true, of course, but it’s not particularly helpful… Continue reading

Seven Camels

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It’s like this: if you sort of squint at the screen, or look out of the juuuust the corner of your eye, then Hebdomadaires looks a lot like Hebdromedaries – which would mean,… Continue reading

Preview of what’s to come

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Can I do it?  With ten minutes to go until midnight, can I tear off a quick post like some bloggers do, when my style has always tended to something longer and more… Continue reading

Take-Off

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I’ve just returned home to England after a long vacation (UK: holiday) in the US that took in Kentucky, where I grew up, and the San Francisco Bay Area, where I lived for… Continue reading

And we’re rolling

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I’m going to pick a picture for every day, and tell you a little bit about what it means to me. Not so long ago, the wife and I took a much needed… Continue reading

A life of wandering and travel

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I’ve always been slightly obsessed, with issues of the existential angst kind. I’m not sure where it all began. I could put it down as one of the many disadvantages of having an… Continue reading

The underfed cow.

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I should probably mention that the probability that this post is actually going to be about an underfed cow is very low so I am sorry for all those of you who were… Continue reading

Continents.

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If anyone is reading this then Hi! This is a completely new thing for me to write blogs, never felt a need to do anything like that. Being asked by friend of mine… Continue reading

“Hello, I am Anna. I am an exile!” or two nights of questions.

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It`s been already second night of questions, second night of longing for a perfect answers, second  night of these deep conversations that I`ve been missing so much lately. I noticed, the more I… Continue reading

Gaudi… Sagrada… Barca!!

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It is said that an image speaks a thousand words. But, there are occasions where anything less than a thousand words would suffice. Having said that, I would like to indicate a slight… Continue reading