I’m often asked where’s the one place I’ve visited that has totally blown me away, and I have to say, that’s a tough question to answer. I’ve seen so many wonderful places and each has their own special memories. But, in terms of one country where I felt totally privileged to experience it, where I got access to a culture not many people get to see and where I travelled through some spell binding scenery, it has to be Bhutan. The Buddhist culture also drew me in as I’m a sucker for that whole spiritual stuff: monks in burnished red robes, stunning temples and making a wish as I spin the multi-coloured prayer wheels.Read More
This weekend I decided to start something I’d been putting off for a while; sifting through all the photographs from my travels and trying to put them into some kind of order. Boy, what a mammoth job. I’d got as far as putting piles of boxes in front of me and then I started to reminisce. As I did, one thing struck me…..faces, lots of them, and each one looking right back out at me. I think this is usually how you can tell whether I took the photograph or the Hubby did; pictures of scenery are usually his and pictures of people generally mine.
I thought I’d share some of my favourite faces with you, each one a memory of a happy time.Read More