I thought it would be fun to talk some more about travel. I have always liked exploring places, on foot. I can't now, but could in the past. You get such a good feel for a place. And I like to remind myself of all the places I've visited and some I have yet to. … Continue reading Bay of Biscay – 1960s Travel
While I am resting up in bed. I am being entertained by all the lovely content that folk share on various platforms. Some of it on Instagram. Not everyone's favourite, but I have been being quite mindful of what I allow into my rest space. Thoughts of travel I've seen a few lovely posts of … Continue reading Travelling via Social Media
I was scrolling through Facebook, as one does, or not depending on your 'I will ignore all irritating clickbait and move on' level. And saw a video of a plane landing at the once Kai Tak Airport in Hong Kong. I remember my first arrival there, it was a bit manic to say the least. … Continue reading A Flight From Hong Kong
A few nights ago, I sat with my husband and listened to a fabulous Eagles concert 'Live from the LA Forum' on the TV. It was brilliant, actually far better than an album. I'm not sure one can say that about bands that often. And so many fab tunes to hum along to. Six guitarists … Continue reading The Eagles -Desperados and Hong Kong
Ooh I had you going for a minute! My mind is in travel mode. It must be the change in season...or the upcoming trend for sweets or treats! My previous blog post Do you want fries with that?… was a nod to travels past...and a comment from a reader on that post started me thinking about … Continue reading I went to London – well, virtually!
Do you want Fries with that? It's funny how memories suddenly leap out (at 2am!). It was surprising for me, as my mind has been a kin to a pin ball machine recently, pinging all over the place! Serenaded by 'ringy' ears. This particular memory took me to London Heathrow Airport (a rather emotive subject again). … Continue reading Do you want fries with that?
A visit to Peng Chau Hello. I'm back again. I'm serenaded today by blustery August weather. The wind in the trees sounds almost like the sea. I'm picking up on the theme from a previous post below. 'More than a shadow - a view' And how memories and past experiences have kept me going during … Continue reading A visit to Peng Chau