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Restful Days and the 12 Parcels to Tiredness

Today is one of those days where I just have to be, do everything delicately and as I feel ready.  I need to rest and be quiet and be in my own protective bubble.  Over the years I’ve learnt not to push … Continue reading

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Glass Dishes and Plastic Swords: A Day at the Zoo

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To me, the zoo has always been a magical place. I didn’t get to visit very often when I was a child, however, as it was at least an hour’s drive away and expensive,…

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WENDY’S

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Sixteen years ago – in May, 1996 – two of my friends and I got ticket vouchers for the advance screening of a movie called Independence Day. This was before the marketing for the…

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Let’s Lunch!

Health Kick and Budgets For someone who is on a health kick in preparation for a very long distance ocean row, and currently on a tight budget financially, it amuses me somewhat to think about the number of lunches and … Continue reading

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Ajapsandali (Georgian Eggplant/Aubergine Stew)

One of my favourite dishes in Georgia is Ajapsandali, and I’m blessed with having the best neighbours in the world, who make this dish really well.  In the village, we pretty much just had khajapuri and bread, so it wasn’t until … Continue reading

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A Friendship Courtesy of a Lobiani

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Repeatedly in Georgia, I’ve learned that saying “დიახ” (yes) can bring great rewards. Often when saying “დიახ” isn’t what I want to do, I remember the lobiani that started a friendship and what I’ve…

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Thai Train 2- we wont be fooled again

Loving this plastic free journey across the world. Enjoy Thailand, and hope the train journey goes better than the last.

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