Monthly Archives: May 2012

What is a hammock?

“Never seen one of these before. Is it friendly?” “OK I’ll take a closer look.” “Mmm – seems fine. What’s this?” “Looks interesting – one or two titles which attract. Think I’ll settle down for a read.”

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Cornish ‘farings’

We ‘fared’ well in Cornwall, despite wind, rain, storm and tempest… oh, and glorious ice-cream-eating-worthy sunshine! Cornwall is always a delight, whatever the weather. The countryside is delicious, the seashores varied and food for the soul. Even the low cloud … Continue reading

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South India met South Somerset

This past week saw an amazing melding of cultures as Chiselborough (in Somerset) hosted South India week, with Kathakali dancing, musical performances, mask-making, face-painting, exploration of colour in art, the taste of india (lots of delicious food) and, last, but … Continue reading

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