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we’ve been blessed with the most amazing weather lately, very cold nights but bright and sunny days and therefore spectacular sunsets, although we are a bit tucked in to the mountains here at home, a short drive up and we … Continue reading
not that i want to wish my life away, but it looks like summer is nearly over……thank god…… looking back over my photos, i don’t seem to have done very much, other than a very stressful trip back to the … Continue reading
I’ve been taking photos of knobs and knockers, not all from Portugal, but anyway. I liked the idea and I like both the words; knobs and knockers, meaning of which, is lost in translation as I discovered when in France … Continue reading
well it should be buy it, cook it, eat it, but kill it sounds more aliterate. One of the things I love about the markets here is the food. Normally it’s just chicken and chips, which is always good and … Continue reading
Ingredients: A kind friends’ gardenguestsgood weathercucumber sandwichesegg mayonaise sandwichesfairy cakesscones, strawberry jam and clotted creamshortbread biscuitsfondant fanciestea cakespots and pots of teaa vintage english cara very english dogand loads of wisteriaoh and a godson yum yum and thank you
There is no shortage of stuff to do here, just a shortage of time to do it. Thank god for visitors who make us take time off to see what else is out there…..