A perfect little after school walk during golden hour. 😊
This post is about a trip to Norway I had in May 2007 -wow, that was a long time ago!
I went with a group of people from my church in Durham and we had a week of doing community projects, like painting houses, clearing gardens and BBQs! We also had some time to sightsee around Bergen and we even got to watch the Norway Day parade, which takes place on 17th May.
Norway is such a lovely country. I really enjoyed my time there. Hurrah Norge!
I remember a special day when, against the odds I made it to work in a blizzard through knee-deep snow! (It was in early January.)
Hope it’ll melt and spring will come soon…!
I lived in Tanzania from 2009 to 2011, where I taught at a lovely school in Arusha.
During my years there I went on a lot of safaris…
While life in Tanzania definitely had it’s ups and downs, I have such happy memories from my years there!
It’s Tuesday again! The weeks just fly by, don’t they…?
For today’s travel post, I travelled really far to the park near to my parents’ house. (Well, it was a long way to come from Romania – I’ve been at home for Christmas.)
It was a lovely frosty, sunny wintry day -perfect for walking around my favourite park!