The Annual Bloggers Bash Awards are now done and dusted for this year. Though I never got a placing, I am very grateful to have been nominated. Thank you, everyone, who voted for Globalhousesitterx2 Secondly, I am the only Kiwi [New Zealander] to have been nominated two years running. With Third placing for best newcomer… Continue reading A BIG Thank YOU
The second instalment of our time motorhoming in New Zealand. In my first post on our motorhoming years, I mentioned that our motorhome was called PurrInn. This was the name given to her by the first and only other owner. Why PurrInn? The previous owners had two cats, who went tiki touring into the bush… Continue reading Minimalism – Living in a 24 m2 Space.
With a small amount of information, we set off to spend time in Guildford. Sometimes it is more interesting to have an element of pleasant surprises than knowing all there is to know before visiting a new place. Firstly, one of the main reasons for heading into the city was to inject some new items… Continue reading A Day in Guildford
It was Sunday morning. Yet another glorious sunny, warm day. Even though it was now in the middle of a Bank Holiday Weekend. Yes, I repeat it was still sunny and no clouds to be seen on the horizon. Time to get up and at'em. Within moments we are dressed and ready for a long… Continue reading R.H.S Wisley a Horticultural Inspiration
The freedom of walking and its regenerative power that makes it a pleasure. With Spring now upon us, and for some reason, the beginning of this season seems to generate in us a big surge of energy and a "Let's grab this opportunity and go with it", sort of thought. For us this spring, it… Continue reading Walking in Wiltshire
Before introducing you to my next highlighted Artist. Let me explain the reasoning behind these artist interviews. The main reason is that during our travels we enjoy many various forms of art, some in prominent places such as in museums, art galleries or street, to even footpath art. It is a part of ordinary life… Continue reading Meet Fiona – A Contemporary Jewellery Artist
The fog is lifting, flowers are blooming, birds are twittering, the sun is shining, windows are opening, with people wondering. Has Springtime finally arrived? I do believe spring is here, though there was a burst of summer that arrived late April, what a surprise that was, especially for us who were not prepared with summer… Continue reading 5 Wonders of a UK Spring