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Alleppey Beach

Fruity Worthing

Bright sunshine on Sunday, found us down on Worthing seafront, ready to take part in Flingathon.

This annual charity event is a series of fruit throwing contests, with chocolate orange prizes for the furthest lob. 243 more words

Days Out

From Washerwoman to Queen of Paris

Paris of the 19th century was home to a boisterous and hard-working female corporation. Nearly one hundred thousand washerwomen worked either in the brick-and-mortar laundries across the city, or in the… 171 more words

19th Century France

Rio de Janeiro

Our first day in Rio started with an early rise so we could beat the cruise ship traffic to Corcovado – site of the iconic “Christ The Redeemer” (Cristo Redentor) statue. 575 more words

Travel Generally

Santiago City Tour

Our first full day of touring in Santiago got off to a rough start. Our bus picked us up from the hotel to take us around the city and then to see the changing of the guard at the office of the president known as La Moneda. 300 more words

Travel Generally

Lice Mothers

Will you eat snake and grasshopper? 

Yes.

Will you watch pole dancing?

I didn’t think I had a choice at the time.

Will you breathe semi-toxic, industrial Chinese air for six years? 170 more words

Expat

Last Day on the Patagonia Tour

Sunday – Today was the last day of our Tauck Patagonia Tour. Once again, our awesome tour director, Marcos, had a full day planned for us. 475 more words

Travel Generally