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Three days in Osaka: Day 3 - Nara Deer Park

After the day at Koya-san, all I really wanted to do was go to a park and walk around with deers…seriously! It might sound a little strange but visiting Okunoin made a lasting impression on me, I was in that state of mind where I wanted to embrace nature. 247 more words


Taking a day trip to Nara

When Sister and I went to Nara, it was hot. Really, really hot. Japanese people, especially Japanese women use their umbrellas to shield themselves from the sun. 441 more words


The Wedding of Dan and Mia at the Deer Park Country House Hotel, Honiton, Devon

The recent wedding of former Exeter City player Danny Clay and his new wife Mia at the Deer Park near Honiton, Devon.

Working with Matt Austin Images, I photographed the groom before the ceremony then concentrated on getting some candid shots of the guests and capturing the Bride and Groom from a different angle. 31 more words


DeerPark Café

I just wanted to share this with all you guys and gals out there with kiddies, looking for a nice place to relax.  We are always on the lookout for kid friendly places to eat or have a lekker coffee and I read about Deer Park Cafe on a friends FB page (Thanks for posing that question to your FB friends, Zoë!)  So, the other day we were feeling very adventurous and went exploring.  253 more words

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Japan Day 2 - Nara



If you planned to go to Nara early in the morning and you thought of having your breakfast there, you should probably think twice. 439 more words


When I Was a Kid - My Dad as a Mower

This is not about Father’s Day…

…although it happens to be the week of Father’s Day. Retailers want it to be a bigger holiday than it is, but if truth be known there are better ways of honoring fathers rather than buying them something. 916 more words


Do you want some more envelopes?

this envelope has been brought to you by used envelopes – the gift that keeps on giving.

easy and cheap, recycleable, pass them on.

but I don’t want any more, if you could only see the pile. 9 more words