Growing up, as I did, on the west coast of England the sound of seagulls was very common. They seemed to thrive in all sorts of conditions but especially loved the summer holidays when those “inland” people would come down to Cornwall for their seaside fix. These visitors didn’t really know about how crafty the… Continue reading The sound of seagulls
This sounds like the sort of thing you should do when in Amsterdam. After all the place is full of bike riders – full of bikes too. Everyone rides a bike in all sorts of outfits. Female execs on the way to work in stylish suits with high heels and an infant in the basket… Continue reading Just like riding a bike!
More Canadians are visiting Britain – and I am happy about that. Born and raised in Britain has made me a bit “soft” when it comes to Jolly Olde England. It’s easier than ever for Canadian passport holders as they can now use the e-passport gates – “ePassport gates are automated, where a passport reader and camera, rather… Continue reading Rule Britannia!
Well – they are human too you know. They also need a break from the nine to five (they probably put in longer hours than that). I would imagine that being a world leader is a pretty tiring job and when you go on vacation you just want to relax and try to escape the… Continue reading World Leaders on vacation