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Author Archives: KTunravels
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?
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
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
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
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
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