As an effort to start the new year off right I thought I should finish off some blogging from 2018.
Here’s a quick recap of my very short 10 day visit to Perth back in October-November.
Told primarily in the the most beautiful of all of the artforms, ‘The Selfie’. And featuring that most beautiful of all things- ‘Aussie Food’.
Hi everyone, and welcome to 2019! Read More
So, today is the Winter Solstice.
The time in Berlin is currently 16:50, which means it has been dark for nearly an entire hour.
It’s cold- but not cold enough to actually be the good kind of cold. Just the shitty rainy kind of cold.
The good news is the days get longer from here on out. The good news is that in 3 hours I’m getting on a plane to visit the UK (haii Ikumi). And the good news is that I still have some photos from The Incredible and Amazingly Long Summer of 2018 to throw at you.
Welcome to Chiaraland: Read More
Featuring a DNA helix tower, my sister and I scrambling on ancient animals, and at least one duck.
Welcome, to Kings Park*.
Well hi! It looks like it might just be that time of year again… Read More
Just a quick update with a whole lot of family photos.
Yeah, I’m pretty sure my mother is gonna kill me for half of these shots! Read More
I was a bit worried that we wouldn’t make it to Alberobello in time to see the Trulli.
Chiara and Andrea, our hosts in Puglia, had mentioned visiting them on the way back from a day at the beach. But the day was lazy to the point where it was practically dark by the time we finished lunch and the mandatory coffee. And the Trulli were a bit out of the way for the homeward return.
Still, we made the effort, paid what I originally thought was an exorbitant amount of money to see what I assumed was ‘a house or two’, and walked in the direction of the Trulli.
I made a rather stupid statement at the start of the season, that Summer 2018 would be ‘The Summer of Doing Stuff’.
Mostly because I wanted to be out of the house, but also because a part of me wondered if Summer 2018 would be my last in Berlin (spoiler: it was not).
But, eh, despite the silliness of the statement, I’ve got to say we did pretty ok at doing said ‘Stuff’. With the exception of that time we decided to go dancing, and instead stayed inside, at three courses of Italian food and played cards (sorry Chiara). This Summer was one of the longest in history: the weather was great, for a long time. And we managed to fit in a fair amount of frolicking. I’m proud of us.
Still, winter draws near, and life is getting colder and darker. So it’s time to make a call.
Is the winter of Dumplings! Read More
During my very short stay in Perth, my sister managed to organise an afternoon of wilderness exploration.