Monthly Archives: September 2019

Corsica has superb beaches, lush countryside and stunning mountain scenery, yet is relatively unexplored as a holiday destination. It combines the
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    • Volcanos and Penguins and Wine Oh My
      The 28 or so hours traveling here has proven to be more than worth itWhile the flight from Houston to Santiago was overnight and in the dark the three hours from Santiago to Punta Arenas were spent winging over the Andes. Amazing is a word overused i
    • Travels in Spain before Covid Barcelona Day 10
      OCTOBER 29 2019Our Gate 1 tour was over and we needed to check out of our the NH Collection Constanza hotel to get to our new digs by 9am. Before we left for our trip to Spain I had made reservations for us to stay in a charming 3 bedroom apar
    • Arnold Cemetery Cherokee County Texas USA
      North of Barsola on TX Hwy 1911 I saw a sign for the Arnold Cemetery and I drove a short distance from the road to the cemetery. The Cemetery sign said that the cemetery was established in 1872. I walked through the cemetery and found most of the markers t
    • PostOp Knee Care
      Took longer than I thought to complete this medical blob.....haha....blob....of course I meant blog. Senior moment or poor typing. Lets go with the latter. Beside being in my recovery and recuperation mode we have had other activity going on. On
    • A Nudist Beach in Singapore
      We spent three nights in Singapore en route from Langkawi to Bali.If our photos are anything to go by we must have spent most of this time bird watching. I hope someone else was keeping watch over our two toddler offspring. Neither Issy nor I can cla
    • Gill Goes ... Trekking The Bibbulmun Track End To End Again... Day 2... Mutton Bird to Torbay
      Day 2Mutton Bird to Torbay 12.4kmWhat a sunriseShort km day planned for 3 main reasons7km of beach walking not a huge deal but sometimes the sand is sinky and the gradient steep which makes it more laborious andTorbay In
    • An extraordinary journey to....our HOMES
      The tragedy of life is not in our failure but rather in our complacency not in our doing too much but rather in our doing too little not in our living above our ability but rather in our living below our capacities. Benjamin E. Mays