Author Archives: KTunravels

About KTunravels

I live in the world, and intend to explore it.

I Aten’t Dead

Over two years since I last posted. Then the other day, I was talking to a friend and I remembered about this little blog. So I will begin again. A fresh name perhaps? More adventures – like doings around Sydney?

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Almost Lost in Wiltshire

When it comes to ticking things off that I want to do, I’m not so brilliant. I really shouldn’t create lists like that, because I only end up ignoring them. Lists are for shopping and Saturdays where you have heaps … Continue reading

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This Scepter’d Isle

Yes, it has been a very long time between posts and I’m a little bit sorry. There is so much to catch up on. But I’m not going to try. Because of lazy. Well, maybe, but now they are memories … Continue reading

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33! How Awesome

I’m 33 on Saturday and hooray!l Another 11 years until I get a double number and 11 years since the last one. It’s been 3 years since I came to London to orchestrate a change in my life. So much … Continue reading

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Hydra

About an hour and a half on the ferry from Port Pireseus took me to Hydra. It’s a beautiful little island, with probably not as much holiday traffic as some of the more well known islands, but it is perfect … Continue reading

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Lofty

Two museums, lots of walking, a ride in a funicular – today was great! But I may have damaged my feet a bit more than I’d like… Starting off early again, I hit up the National Archaeology Museum, only a … Continue reading

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Dreaming

This morning I woke up pretty early and lay in bed gazing up at the Lycabettus Hill. I learnt today that Lycabettus Hill was created as Athena was attempting to make the Acropolis even higher. She got distracted and dropped … Continue reading

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The Moon is Bright

Due to an unforeseen and unfortunate circumstance, I’m travelling alone this Easter. My vivacious housemate had a bad reaction to some medication and had to pull out, so here I am, alone in a edgy, noisy & interesting suburb of … Continue reading

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History

Barcelona, like lots of elder cities in Europe, has layers upon layers of living history. From first settlement scraps, paved Roman streets, medieval oddities, Renaissance flair to modern erm, flair?, ┬áit’s own unique look has been tempered by over 2000 … Continue reading

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Sagrada Familia

Our first day in Barcelona was so warm, so full of sunshine it was magical. The weather was like a lovely winter day in Sydney and totally unlike anything you get in England during winter – in fact it would … Continue reading

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