Monthly Archives: June 2011

Day out in Derbyshire

A trip to a friend’s birthday celebrations yesterday afforded the opportunity to stop by the Peak District town of Wirksworth. For those who don’t know it, the place is a gem, the kind of town you fall for instantly and … Continue reading

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Some thoughts from Bucharest

I’m not long returned from a few days in the Romanian capital. It’s a very interesting place, far more so than I had expected it to be before I went. Somewhat unusually for a major European city it’s not especially … Continue reading

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Slowly getting the hang of it

I like blogs where there’s a steady stream (alright, feed) of posts all on one page, so I was a little disappointed that mine squirrelled everything away under separate headings where posts could only be viewed one at a time. Until … Continue reading

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