Easter Weekend

Easter weekend has been quite relaxed so far. My football was postponed on Friday due to the preceding week of rain so we were able to head out for a walk. Kaitoke was the chosen destination. We had lunch at a picnic table in the glade where a lot of the filming of Rivendell was […]

Catching up on the past: Pisa & Lucca

So as mentioned, after staying in Vernazza we took the train to Pisa to see a crooked tower and also we took the opportunity to take a day out in the beautiful city of Lucca.We were so close to Florence but didn’t have the time to do that city justice, next time. So, here are […]

Catching up on the past: Cinque Terre

Easter 2008 saw us take a brief holiday to the Cinque Terre region of Italy. We did a lot of walking on the trails between the towns of Monterosso al Mare and Riomaggiore and had a great time. We based ourselves in Vernazza and quickly got into a habit of heading down to a little […]

Easter with Jenny and Darren

We spent Easter with Jenny and Darren up in Grantham (east midlands). We travelled out each day and visited locations such as Sherwood Forest and Lincoln Cathedral. You can see photos and read about them here.


My brother has complained than Venice seems to be without colour. Hopefully the following will dispel such rumour. Detail from the end of a Gondola Lamps outside a resturant Another one of the masks found for sale all over Venice The Bridge of Sighs Click here for more information on the Bridge of Sighs. The […]

Easter in Venice

Our Easter in Venice was very relaxing, for once we took a holiday and didn’t spend most of it rushing around. We only had vague plans of what we were doing each day and enjoyed ourselves wandering the streets of Venice and visiting the outer islands such as Murano where the fabled Venitian glass is […]

Did you?

Did anyone recieve a rather long email that I sent out yesterday? It was a summary email outlining our last year and the year to come to let people know whats going on. Contact me if you did please.

Easter in East Anglia

The land of windmills and wetlands. We spent a long weekend with Karyn and Brian travelling around looking at castles, ruins, waterways and windmills. We got to see a real beach (sand and all!) and took many, many photos. We have started the write-up and we’ll have some of our photos and a link to […]

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