The hunter returns empty handed, or does he?
Here you'll find my thoughts about life, travel, books and, because I love a laugh, the occasional spoof. All this from the perspective of a small town, on an island, in a country that's too close to the Antarctic for comfort.
Nau Mai, Haere mai. Come on in!
Jaxie’s story is urgent, desperate, opinionated and it gripped me from the get go.
A poetic family saga that frustrates and then rewards
I return to the blogosphere and it’s all about books.
The streets and the shops are filled with things glittery, sparkly, and shiny.
The let down was a slow slide that began during an upwards escalator ride.
When there’s only 14k of water between here and there, there’s only one thing to be done
Three days in Cadiz —wandering, looking, eating, and then wandering some more.
Seville, a city filled with things cultural
Make space for the state of grace