It may not be a Sunday for a Sunday still, but nevertheless, it is Holiday decorations! Whilst touring New Zealand, I was invited to Diane's house in Wellington, which, I have to say, was like walking into a Department's store, albeit without price tags. She LOVES Christmas decorating and had no less than 15 trees in her house. It was beautifully done, and tasteful, but bordered just a tad on the obsessive! But what a nice obsession! Dianne collects a gold coin donation from those who visit and the money raised is solely for charity. So it's all for a good cause.
Travel Reviews and Tips for Travelling Are you travelling to any of the following destinations: AustraliaAustriaDenmarkItalyFinlandGermanyHong KongJapanNew ZealandNorwayPolandSingaporeSwedenSwitzerland If so take a look at my Travel Tips Page You can also find other useful information such as: Packing tips for Travel Scandinavian – Books for those who wish to travel via words Amanda in Denmark … Continue reading Travel Tips and Reviews
In a perfect world, no one group or individual would feel so threatened or socially isolated they would need to resort to violence or aberrant behaviour. We can all do our part in our own small neighbourhood, to drag the metaphorical elephant by the hair.
Each Friday The Snow Melts Somewhere and Something to Ponder About publish a photography Prompt. Join in - It is fun! And everyone is welcome.
A Time Warp to the Victorian Era - in Christchurch The best way to see Hagley Park, the Botanic Gardens and the Avon river in Christchurch, New Zealand, is not on foot but by boat. This is seriously one of THE most serene and relaxing things I've done. Punting at the Antigua sheds at Christchurch … Continue reading Punting in New Zealand
And you thought middle income suburban New Zealand would be boring. Think again. Walking around this area offers some unique but lesser known features, which I was to discover on a family walk.
This could be the first bilingual poetry challenge on wordpress. Join in. Running from March to November. You can write on the topic of your choice or use our prompt. Poetry tips given each month and linkbacks fro all participants are included.
Join in with our monthly Poetry challenge, covering two languages. Afrikaans and English. Ineke and Amanda will co host this challenge from March to November 2018. One post per month. You are very welcome to join our wordpress community. Travel the world through the various poetry entries.