Our Tribute to The Manly Ferry Author

When we set out on our blogging journey in April 2009, little did we realise how many people's lives we'd touch, and the number of friends we'd make through this medium. During our first six-month trip, we received an email from Paul Macey, originally from UK, who was living in Manly, Sydney. Sadly, due to … Continue reading Our Tribute to The Manly Ferry Author

Fazeley to London and Digbeth with a Challenge to Overcome

Taking 'A' levels was never in my plan at Grammar School in the 1970s. However I did choose to study for English Literature A Level in the 1990s. I can't recall now the reason I only completed one of the two years at Sutton College. I do remember adoring Shakespeare's Anthony and Cleopatra'. "Age cannot … Continue reading Fazeley to London and Digbeth with a Challenge to Overcome

Free to Cruise After Calendar Club

Choosing to jump off the 'respectability' of the endlessly turning hamster wheel in our fifties, was one of the best decisions Barry and I jointly made. It wasn't an overnight move by any means. But a considerably-thought-out-as-much-as-possible one. We had a number of ideas as to how we'd make money. None of which was in … Continue reading Free to Cruise After Calendar Club