"The compulsion to see what lies beyond that far ridge or that ocean —or this planet— is a defining part of human identity and success." While most people are content to find an oasis or perhaps another slice of paradise to escape their daily grind for a few weeks of the year. There are others, like… Continue reading Wired to Travel
As previously stated in Growing up in Paradise I was a baby in the '50s, a child of the '60s and a teenager in the '70s and adulthood from the late seventies. Life was pretty free and easy back then, even though times were a changing. High School, school certificate, and no driver's licence, in that… Continue reading Growing up in PARADISE – Part 2
I have heard about it. I have read about it. I have been waiting for it. Finally, it has hit us! We have got tired. Really tired. Tired of moving. That time in the life of most full-time travellers. If they were honest with themselves. Mind you this isn't the end of doing housesitting and… Continue reading The Downside of Travelling Long-Term.
Travelling is all about photography and capturing moments. While I take time to write up about our last week in Spain and our time in Istanbul. I will post about a few photographers I know. Here is the first one!
Funny, how memories can randomly spark an interest, and, "I wonder what happened to ...?". Today's little gem concerns a particular cartoon. It was cute. It inflamed my teenage romantic reality of love. I looked forward to reading it. In our local rag. Back in the heydays. The local rag is still going, and so IS the cartoon.… Continue reading A memory – Love is …
Celebrating in France.
Us two, an ordinary couple are about to launch into another extraordinary year. Which means we are more than a wee bit excited to again have the opportunity to housesit for another year caring for animals, meeting new people and ones we now call friends. Most of all, exploring around a new corner in a new neighbourhood.… Continue reading Change the End Digit – it’s 2018