“Just don’t do it, ok? You will get pregnant…and die”. Ok, maybe not, but there are some unwritten (actually, some of them are written) rules that one must abide by in order to survive our wonderfully mad city. 1. Stand on the left. 2. Eat on public transport. Unless you’d like to feature in one of the many […]
It has been a while since I posted anything.
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking on how I can make my site better, and I have a few ideas in mind that I hope to have in place soon. One is a series of stories about my travels over the years. I’d like to eventually get into some travel writing.
I’m also looking into the possibility of ads for the site, hopefully travel-related.
I also want to add more pictures, so stay tuned.
PORTHCURNO, CORNWALLJust three miles shy of Land’s End in the far west of Cornwall, Porthcurno is blessed with soft white sand and turquoise water that wouldn’t look out of place in Barbados. On the c
As the longstanding owner of the Wyche Keep Country House, a three-room lodging nestling in the majestic Malvern Hills, Judith Williams is unlikely to have spent much time considering the pros and cons of oil exploration in Belize.
As the venue for Nigel Farage’s big election speech in Grimsby, the Victorian town hall was a good choice. Described in Pevsner’s Buildings of England as “both opulent and restrained”, it dates from the early 1860s when the town was rapidly rising to a dominance as the country’s premier fishing port, which it would sustain for most of the next century.
With just days to go, the likely outcome of Britain’s general election is still too close to call. The latest polls show no party opening up enough of a lead to rule alone. Prime Minister…
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