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... s old home "The White House" in Prestatyn and to Colwyn Bay Cemetery (where my Mum's ashes were scattered two years ago). Onto Conwy Castle and the smallest house in Britain. The castle was huge the smallest house was smaller than a single box room with a ladder to the bedroom upstairs. That evening, we met up with our Cousins, The Morris'. We had a really FUN evening and nice to catch up on everyone's news. On the Wednesday ...
It’s hard to believe that we have been in France almost 11 weeks now. Since then, we’ve met some great people, marginally improved my French, made lots of new friends and, most importantly, learnt to shop (and hopefully cook) like a Frenchman.
To begin to cook, first you must have the ingredients. I love food markets, anywhere in the world. Whenever we visit a new city or town I’m happy to leave Ali to the Art Galleries and historical ...
Back to Switzerland, the next few weeks were full of activities so much so that my blog stories were put on the back burner. Our first stop was at Gryon which we used as a base for exploring mountains, lakes, rivers and glacier. A 4 hours round walk took us passed the lake of Chavonne on a beautiful day.
Next was a trip by car to the Grande Dixence Dam, the world's highest gravity Dam built in the years 1951 ...
It hardly seems possible that I left Brisbane three weeks ago... The time has sped by, despite my frustrations and inactivity due to the, often, inclement weather conditions, with daylight temperatures averaging 12* and frequent dumps of snow to 1500m. Needless to say, most of the mountain passes in the Swiss Alps are closed to traffic, leaving the 'Beemer and I ready and raring to go, but with ...
... a bit more imagination than I have. Wall-sized paintings done by a governess who fell in love with the emperor and was later institutionalized were fairly one-dimensional representations of mental illness. Distraught figures with huge eyes and faces in turmoil swirled and tumbled about the canvas, reminding me of a less apt version of Munch’s, “The Scream.”
I also struggled to understand the ...