Category Archives: Travel

Bonnie Scotland

Long walks, mountains, hills and streams like these always put me in mind of some literary travelling companions. I’ll leave the final word to one of them… The Road goes ever on and on Down from the door where it … Continue reading

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Aprica, Italy

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I spent last week in Aprica, a small ski resort in Northern Italy. I mastered some essential Italian – “Vorrei un caffe grande, per favore” and enjoyed rambling up and down some mountains. I even managed to cross the border … Continue reading

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Transitions… Places

One of the features of life as a staff worker is travel. From one country to another – My time with UCCF began with a pretty significant journey from Belarus back to Norwich. I’ve had the joy of going back … Continue reading

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A Walking Song

Upon the hearth the fire is red, Beneath the roof there is a bed; But not yet weary are our feet, Still round the corner we may meet A sudden tree or standing stone That none have seen but we … Continue reading

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Random Things I’d Like to Remember…

For no particluar reason, other than I’d quite like to remember these things… – David Crowder Band reminds me of Kiev, Ukraine, and being in a strange place. – the smell of Nivea deodorant reminds me of Warsaw, and Nathan’s … Continue reading

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Easter Holiday

I love living in Norfolk. Sure, it’s stuck out on the far edge of nowhere, and it’s not had the best press, but where else in the country would you be able to enjoy all of this?

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Prague

A City of … – Ginger – Honey – Trdelnik – Quirky bookshops – Surprisingly good vegetarian restaurants – Hills – Red rooftops – Poover Man – IFES Interaction legends Jo Poon, Edwina & Nelleke (& Luke who I didn’t … Continue reading

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