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A Whole Year has Passed

So much has happened since my last blog, but now maybe the muse is beginning to return. Almost everything has come true, but not without considerable stress, anxiety, heartbreak and finally unbelievable “luck” – which I prefer to consider as … Continue reading

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The Safest Place to be in the Whole Wide World

Welcome to, Samantha Ford, “stylish globetrotter” and author of The House Called Mbabati. I’ve just “met” her, and can relate to her love of travelling and especially of Africa. Samantha has chosen to talk about settings in the form of an … Continue reading

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Everything is Upside Down in Canada

ROUND THE WORLD WALKABOUT Part 2. Guelph and Toronto August 2001 Everything is upside down in Canada – traffic on the wrong side of the road, taps opening up and down, and  lights switching on downwards instead of up.  The … Continue reading

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Round The World Walkabout

Friday Diary Excerpts.  It was a misty dream of younger years which got me going. Way back on the dusty paths of Nakuru School, Kenya, I meandered down the broad grass avenue to the playing fields, in company with little … Continue reading

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