It’s my blog birthday! Hip! Hip! Hurrah! On Wednesday, October 21st, my blog was 2 years old. My goodness. My blog is a toddler! And I am extremely proud. I can’t quite believe that just 24 months ago, I decided to put pen…
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I had a jolly good time in Warsaw and even though I spent just four (4) days there, I seem to have touched on rather a lot of things to do and an astonishing amount of things to eat. Oh yes sir! Now let’s…
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I really went to Warsaw. In Poland. Now, I’ve said it before and I’m likely to say it again but Warsaw isn’t a traditional destination by any means, but it nevertheless intrigued me. Warsaw made me wonder why I hadn’t previously gone there before….
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I'm a British girl from Manchester living in Berlin with my German husband and my half British – half German son. My blog is a lifestyle expat travel blog and puts a focus on my promotion of culture, history, travels around the world, Europe, Brexit, the Royal Family, British-German life and being British in Berlin - I am The British Berliner!
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