After our sojourn in Greece we headed northwest to Italy, specifically Brindisi which is on the Adriatic coast. There is not much to see there, but about 40 minutes away is Ostuni, nick named the White City. This is not to be missed, as they say, however, we did skip it, because previously on a […]Read more "Wonderful cruise to Greece, Croatia and a little bit of Italy PT. 2"
The best thing about a cruise is that you unpack once. I am a pretty organized traveler, and don’t usually take too many clothes, but no matter how little I do take it is nice to just settle in. That being said, I always plan a few days in the embarkation port to get over […]Read more "Wonderful Cruise to Greece, Croatia and a little bit of Italy"
Just back from a wonderful holiday in the Mediterranean and looking forward to sharing, but crazy busy now at home before guests arrive from the UK, and we all head West to the Rockies. Tally ho as they say. More to come… RikiRead more "Wonderful Cruise to Greece, Croatia and a little bit of Italy"
Going on a river cruise is much like being at summer camp with activities and schedules. Of course the food and lodging is a lot better on the cruise, but the camaraderie and sense of adventure for each day’s excursion is palpable and fun. We were pretty excited to get started our first Monday morning. […]Read more "Our First River Cruise Part 2"
When I return to Toronto many people ask me” How was your vacation?” I always answer the same thing, that it isn’t a vacation, just my normal, busy life in a warm climate, and a small town. Aside from playing golf, which takes up a considerable amount of time and is always elusive, there is […]Read more "My Florida Part Three"
I am not sure whether it is the fact of getting older that makes time pass so quickly or just that time passes quickly. Thanksgiving in the United States is the kick off for Christmas. In my last blog I wrote about our lovely dinner with friends on that evening, see: https://suddenly70.ca/2018/02/05/my-florida-part-1/ Before I knew […]Read more "My Florida Part 2"
It seems only yesterday that we were starting the new Millennia. Much talk about computers shutting down, the world coming to an end, watching the first of the New Year in Australia on television, and here we are 18 years later. Although this is a time of reflection, I did write some of my thoughts […]Read more "Heading into 2018"