I was fortunate to be able to visit Barcelona in April. This city, famous for its architecture, has been on my “to do” list for a while, especially as the famous basilica is reaching its completion. Getting There and Around We flew into Barcelona, and took the Aerobus shuttle from the airport to the centre … Continue reading Barcelona City Trip – 2022
Just about every one has heard about Australia’s deadly creatures. I was also familiar with the fact that the highly prevalent eucalyptus trees regularly shed branches, especially in hot weather, so to never put my tent under one. But until this month I was blissfully unaware of the deadly risks posed by the Bunya pine … Continue reading Highgrove Living: Bunya pine cones; lethal or bush tucker
This blog also could have had the title; “Why I will use a travel agent next time” or “Why I should have used a travel agent” or “ How International travel has changed “. Notes from a frequent traveler, I have lived and/or traveled in about 50 countries to date. I have to travel from … Continue reading 10 Tips for travelling internationally in Covid times
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