We recently had a wonderful stay in Tonbridge due to the Hop farm festival. Especially fabulous was Tonbridge castle where we found ourselves the only guests.
And so, the reason we are soon to be living permanently in Turkey can be seen in these photos taken over the last 18 months. I think they say it all. Can't wait!
These pictures were taken during my year living and teaching in Thailand. Obviously I didn't take them all because I'm in a few of them. :) I still can't believe all the things I packed into that one year. It feels like only yesterday.
These pictures were taken on my relocation to Romania from Montenegro. Jens and I took the train which allowed us some time to site-see around Belgrade, including the local zoo.
As our time here in Romania draws to an end I hope you enjoy some of our memories in pictures.
I recently found this link I had written about Romania 12 months ago and I still hold it to be true - enjoy! http://www.expatinterviews.com/romania/tjrjn.html
I spent two years living and working in Montenegro. Crazy people who enjoy good times and manage to fit in work between coffee breaks. ;)
My husband and I both love Italy, Rome especially. If it wasn't so damn expensive to live there, then that would have been our place of retirement.
On our latest trip to England we stopped in at Leeds castle. Wonderful! I would recommend this tour as a must see when visiting England.
These pictures were taken on a day trip to Rhodes & yes, it really was as hot as it looked.
This was my first ever music festival and it was a blast. Hop Farm really outdid itself and I got to see many of my favourite artists while enjoying the outdoors and the wonderful carnival atmosphere of the crowd. Well done
England is another one of my most favourite countries in the world. Where my family is originally from and one of the countries I feel most at home in when I'm there. More so than in my native Australia. I love the people, the history and especially the castles :)
One of my favourite countries and the homeland of my husband Jens. Denmark is a mixture of staid and uniform architecture with a laid back lifestyle. The people are friendly but watch out for the hundreds of bikes that wizz past you in Copenhagen. I love the idea of peddle power but my head nearly falls off trying to swivel this way and that to avoid them.
When I lived in Thailand I used to go to Cambodia for my holidays. A wonderful country and people living simple lives but also willing to share what little they have with guests. The wedding photos were taken at my friend Li's wedding where I was made an honoury family member - very special times.