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School Runnings

The school run is one of the sacred pillars of parenthood along with dinner, bath time and bed time stories. My daughter opens her eyes around 6am immediately awake and…

The Bits

This is not a misspelling. I am not going to discuss the Brits, but something far more insidious and nefarious. The bits. Whole cultures are built around seeking to keep…

Shopping

Good shopping requires patience. I have patience, but not for shopping. Food shopping is tolerable. Clothes shopping is awful. Shoes shopping is frustrating. And having to get something big like…

Food for Thought

One of the things that make mummies special is their cooking. They have signature dishes that the whole family loves. My cooking journey finished in my 20s. Back then I…

Driving

Driving

Daddies drive, apparently. That is the common consensus which I chose to ignore for 45 years. When we had mummy fit and well she did the driving. That was fine…

Prices in Argentina Part 4

Prices in Argentina Part 4

So we had done the giant circle of the continent from Buenos Aires all the way to the Caribbean coast in Colombia and then west to east from Colombia through…

Bewdley Undercover Part One

I rarely leave Bewdley, and I am happy with that state of affairs. After travelling the world in my youth, I feel displacement just going past Catchems End. This is…

Waka’s Crematorium Speech

I stand before you a man shorn of his mate. My partner, the mother of my beautiful daughter, my best friend, my soul mate taken cruelly from me at the…

Clovelly

Clovelly

Clovelly is a small village that is obscure, ancient and hard to access. It’s history stretches back to Celtic times. It is one of the few spots suitable for a…

Prices in Brazil Part Three

Prices in Brazil Part Three

Here’s the final installment of Brazilian prices. In this section we were hugely disappointed with Rio de Janeiro and slightly disappointed with the world famous Pantanal. We stayed next to…

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