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- A month in the country 5 months ago I was never meant to resurrect Partly Cloudy. It could have been seen as attention-seeking, like threatening to leave then not going, or waving madly just to get people to look. But then this summer happened, and having one last … Continue reading →
- The last post 1 year ago I wrote most of this in a local library, the same one in which I did all my A-level revision. Seems like only yesterday since I holed up in ART HISTORY chewing the ends off my pencils, gazing out of … Continue reading →
- Enter the dragon (exit via the gift shop) 1 year ago In Chinese temples you enter via the dragon door and exit through the tiger, having moved in a counterclockwise direction through the building. If I throw a load of pins on a map of the Far East I can’t see … Continue reading →
- If you leave me now... 1 year ago As the timer’s counted down, I’ve spent a lot of time whizzing about the city in cabs, most of which are tuned in to Singapore’s bluesy, drowsy retro radio stations. WHY there is this national interest in cheesy schmooze I … Continue reading →
- Nine days around South Island: lakes, peaks, prairies and pies 1 year ago A month after our return, time to head back to this very special place for a review. None of the pictures do it credit, none of the words either. This is a proper travel-bore post so no offence taken if … Continue reading →
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16:24 PM May 22, 2013
Genuine, funny, thoughtful. This is the best ex-pat blog, even better than my own.
16:34 PM May 22, 2013
Brilliantly written and so evocative. Love how this blog highlights the highs and lows of being away from home with great humour but also such tenderness. Beutiful.