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King's Cross closed due to faulty escalators causing rush hour chaos

King’s Cross station was evacuated during rush hour this evening compounding chaos on the commute home.

The station was closed for around 20 minutes due to faulty escalators but has since reopened. 102 more words


Taiwan Day 8

Impromptu plan to visit Yehliu Geopark. Love the place, definitely worth the trip. It was drizzling the entire day but I am not even disappointed. The results of the erosion and the waves hitting the coast is just amazing. 83 more words


It's Time for a New Adventure.

By now, most of you probably know that I am leaving to serve as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Indonesia. I will be serving as a TEFL teacher for 2 years, after I complete 10 weeks of training. 892 more words


A Week in the French Alps (and my skiing saga)

The week between Christmas and New Year’s, we headed for the mountains to the family friendly resort of Le Grand Bornand. ¬†Unfortunately this was the third winter in a row that there has been no snow at the end of December in the Alps, but luckily the resort had snow cannons so the boys could still do the ski school we had signed them up for. 522 more words


Day 2784- Why You Can't Afford To Travel

I absolutely love to travel. I especially love road trips. I love being able to escape the routine. I love waking up with the ocean as my background. 834 more words


Soon to be admired: Clara Peeters at the Mauritshuis

The Mauritshuis Museum The Hague, likes to claim it offers wonderful new temporary exhibitions. Perhaps, if you read my blog posts during 2016, the name Clara Peeters jogs your memory? 476 more words


Repatriating in a foreign land

It’s been a long time since I last put pen to paper (in this case fingertips on keyboard), but you see I have been busy. Busy leaving London, busy traveling, busy settling back in Australia and then busy relocating back to London to call it home – WHAT??? 437 more words