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Paris: Part II: Day One

“There should be a name for that syndrome that occurs when you’re in Paris and you already miss it”

“Whoever does not visit Paris regularly will never really be elegant” 9 more words

All Saint's Church, Earsham 

Back again, sorry for the lack of posting for the last few weeks.

On the A143, road towards Diss, behind the town of Bungay, lies a village called Earsham. 275 more words


Green Man

“He is the spirit of the rebirth of nature. He is the chucked pebble that ripples out into every tree ring. He is a green outlaw and he is everywhere, like a Che Guevra poster”.   701 more words


Preparing to move; Decluttering my record collection

This getting rid of most of my CD:s business is way harder than I thought.

I have started. I did a first cut. And a second. 539 more words


Beginning Argentina - Salta

We had read lots online about how expensive Argentina and Chile both are, however we didn’t know if this was in comparing the cheap cost of living we had experienced since Colombia, or in comparison to prices at home in Ireland! 718 more words


Churches of Tallinn

Tallinn is the capital of Estonia, one of the three Baltic countries that achieved independence from the former Soviet Union in the early 1990s. Tallinn has many houses of prayer, including a Roman Catholic Church, within its old town walls. 218 more words


Through the Intercession of St. Blaise

If you, like me, went to a Catholic school as a kid, you probably remember getting your throat blessed with candlesticks. (If you were really like me, then you were also always disappointed that the candles weren’t lit – how much more exciting would that have been?) This happens on February 3rd, the feast day of St. 600 more words