From stormy weather to glorious sunshine, this has been a week of real changeable spring weather, marking the new season.
This weekend saw us fly over The Ditch (as the Tasman Sea is affectionately known) for a mini break to Melbourne.
This week’s small pleasures, is coming to you on Sunday as guess what? Yes, I am off on work travels … More
If we were having coffee…or even a cup of tea…you would say you popped round to cheer me up as I have a cold.
Here we are again, Monday evening, and a time for a round up of this week’s small pleasures. I missed The Propagator’s Six on Saturday this week as we were away for the weekend, but could not resist heading up this post with a photo of another of the miniature daffodils that have flowered and make our terrace look like spring.
It is my birthday today. A grey morning, a rainy afternoon, and an even wetter evening. This morning I set … More
I have rediscovered the positive benefits of idling, of doing little, of spending time not doing much. There is no … More
Actually, I was tempted to rename this post “This week’s small pleasures: the food edition” because that is what it … More
For the final Wordless Wednesday post from New Caledonia, we head over to Amédée Isle, a 40 minute boat trip from Noumea. The island is famous for its lighthouse, which was built in France and transported to New Caledonia, where it was first put into operation in 1865
Coming to you a day late instead of a day early this week, as we arrived back from our trip to New Caledonia almost 2 hours later than we should have done.