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St George’s Field

A good friend of mine recently introduced me to a fabulous and surprisingly tranquil green space nestled within the Leeds University campus, only a short walk from the city centre. 321 more words



Pisa (7 June 2013)

Since I was in Florence, I thought that I simply had to see that leaning tower in nearby Pisa. I also somehow managed to convince E to take the day trip with me, even though she had already been to Pisa, by helping her realise that she had missed out on a lot in her last trip there. 1,080 more words


The Cotswold Village of Burford

I loved wandering around Buford. We had lunch in a little cafe there, too, and it was my first time trying some Elderflower soda, which was so delicious and refreshing.  10 more words


Friedhof Fluntern

Here lies James Joyce, Irish author who spent time in Zürich and is laid to rest here with his wife Nora and son George. People who know me well know that I like to stroll through cemeteries, and when I found out that this author was buried here, and it was in walking distance of our apartment, well, we had to go. 348 more words


Rookwood Cemetery : Exploring the Southern Hemisphere's Largest Necropolis

Since I could walk, I have explored cemeteries across Australia with mum. We particularly like old cemeteries and those with points of difference like the one in… 816 more words

New South Wales

19th August, 2014 – Didn’t want to get thrown out of the cemetery, so settled for some boring red carnations instead.

Another anniversary…is it really a year? No way! Wow, it feels like only last week … can’t believe a year has passed since mum’s diagnosis. 128 more words