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Conversation on the 172

9 Jan

“Which phone is that?” Funny conversation opener from a complete stranger which opened a range of possibilities depending on who’s being asked or indeed, who’s asking. Continue reading

Spring Harvest Holidays

11 Dec

So now you have a general idea of what I got up to with the family, it might have given you some ideas of what to do with the kids next summer. This article is about Spring Harvest Holidays at Le Pas Opton where we spent the week. Continue reading

Look daddy. No hands!

7 Dec

Ok so the wrist was sore but to be fair it wasn’t all my daughter’s fault; my son insisted on me carrying him around on my shoulders then started moving around like he wanted to fall off. When I lifted him off my shoulders I twisted my wrist and did some real damage.
It was the same wrist I put all my weight on when I came off my bike some years back (another story) so yeah, wasn’t all the poor girl’s fault.

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Sol, mer et famile

3 Dec

I promised a sequel to my last post and it has been a long time coming. Should I apologise for the hiatus? I will when George R.R. Martin apologises for leaving me hanging after the last instalment of Game of Thrones.
As for the timing, now we know we’re in for a deep freeze till March, what better time to start reminiscing about sun drenched days in the South of France? Continue reading

Been awhile

26 Sep

A bit late to be talking about the summer hols, but seeing as I haven’t posted in awhile I thought tales of midnight driving and weird toll systems might be amusing. Continue reading

Far from the madding crowd

23 Jun Brown Hart Panorama

If there’s one thing I love about London, it’s the nice surprises you find right in the centre of all the chaos. A tweet from Benugo led me to the Brown Hart Gardens, a place that can only be described as an oasis of calm. Continue reading

Worth waiting for – Benugo’s mocha

7 Jun benugo lamb wrap

I’ve been told recently that I love attention, I disagree (of course) but if that’s true I’m probably going to be the last one to know aren’t I? In my mind however, I like to think of more along the lines of getting involved. That’s one of the reasons why, if I really like a place – and yes we’re talking coffee here – I get involved.

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Where to find proper coffee in Nigeria – part 1

17 Apr latte

If you’ve read the ‘about me‘ page or if you know me then you’ll understand why I just had to post an article about coffee. I promise I won’t bore you to death with nothing but coffee posts, I thought this might be particularly useful if you ever find yourself in Lasgidi (Lagos to the uninitiated) or Abuja in Nigeria. OK then, I’ll even add other details that make these places worth a visit. How does that sound? Continue reading

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