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Part Two: You Old (French) Romantic #france #french

More reminiscences of France… I married in 1984, May and we decided to postpone a proper honeymoon until later because, well, we were pretty skint. But, in case that wasn’t romantic enough, we had four days in Paris. It didn’t … Continue reading

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Taking stock

In a week when we commemorated a Nation’s war dead with a two minute’s silence and share our neighbour’s grieving from a fresh atrocity, a lot of voices call for action. Radios are filled with declarations of war and bombing … Continue reading

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Travel Horrors

1984 and the Textiliste and I married. So 30 years this year. Pearls apparently. I think she already knows the sort she’ll get getting… of wisdom. This year there’ll be a bit of a do, some little treats, you know … Continue reading

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