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This is my Berlin – In Prenzlauerberg!

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Hey! It’s me. Trying my best to entertain you so that you don’t end up down in the dumps, what with the signs of warm weather n’ all that. A foreign country might be off-limits right now, but there’s nothing wrong with social distancing.… Continue Reading “This is my Berlin – In Prenzlauerberg!”

Images of Berlin – On a Friday morning in May!

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So let’s get real. Covid-19 isn’t going away any time soon so that leaves the question of whether I will be travelling abroad anytime soon. The answer is no. Obviously! I mean, what how else did you think I was going to say? I… Continue Reading “Images of Berlin – On a Friday morning in May!”

How I went to 8 exciting countries. Brexit happened. And then my father died in 2019!

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Happy New Year everyone. It’s officially 2020! My goodness! 2019 was an exciting, but very mixed year! But first, let’s take a walk down memory lane of all the countries that I went to last year, and what I did. According to my statistics,… Continue Reading “How I went to 8 exciting countries. Brexit happened. And then my father died in 2019!”

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