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The Sister-in-Law by Sue Watson – review.

Description ‘You don’t think Jamie and I have secrets, do you? No, we tell each other everything.’ She smiled. ‘Including your dirty little secret. So maybe it’s time to start being nice to me?’ THE WIFE: Clare is ready for … Continue reading

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Snowdon – what a trek! 

On the 29th September 2018, Sam and I completed our Snowdon climb for the Voice for Asian Elephants Society.  Travelling to the mountain, we passed some amazing scenery as we contemplate the enormity of the task ahead. We were climbing … Continue reading

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Corfu Town – what a cracker of a place!

After holidaying in Dassia (May 2018), I felt compelled to write a little post about Corfu Town. What a cracker of a place! You get all the hustle and bustle of a big city wrapped in Venetian charm. Beautiful houses … Continue reading

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Bristol International Balloon Fiesta – 2017

All I can say is that this is a fantastic event. After seeing the Night Glow on the Thursday night, I though nothing could top it until the Dawn Launch. What’s more impressive is that this event is free with … Continue reading

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Icmeler Cakes – Savas’s Cafe Anne.

If a cake with a view is what you’re after, Cafe Savas is you place. This long seafront cafe offers a small but excellent range of homemade cakes. We had apple pie, strawberry flan and another – it’s slipped my … Continue reading

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A Rainy Afternoon in Hoylake

First time in lovely Hoylake and it’s raining. Typical bank holiday weather, but we’re staying in a pub, yay! Hoylake is on the northern tip of the Wirral Peninsula.    On approach, Hoylake comes across as a small town with … Continue reading

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Turkey – should I stay or should I go?

Our holiday is booked and paid for – yippee! We’re going to Icmeler in May and I can’t wait. I know there are doubts amongst some of the regulars with there being a war in Syria, and recent political unrest … Continue reading

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Icmeler’s Charming Offerings

I must say, Icmeler is one of the most stunning resorts I’ve ever visited in Turkey. It’s small enough to get your bearings with ease but large enough to offer you a huge choice of things to do. The bars … Continue reading

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