Yesterday’s “first” was truly amazing: we went for a walk on Tempelhofer Feld, the site of Berlin’s former airport.
Ever arrived at a hotel and found out your booking hadn’t worked?
When we went to Uzbekistan, I bought a special bread stamp used to decorate the scrumptious flat breads sold on every market there. Continue reading
We spent the day in Chaniá today, one of my favourite places in Crete. Continue reading
Slightly delayed post this time, yesterday was a pretty hectic day.
And I could have done without its “first”! We got on a plane early in the morning and I wasn’t feeling to safe anyway when a couple of technicians had to come on board to check some hydraulics light that wasn’t coming on before we were able to take off. (Should you happen to be a pilot: I personally consider it the better tactic not to tell passengers that something was wrong but is ok now – just don’t mention anything being wrong!). I’m not the best flyer anyway, but any deviation from routine can send me over the edge towards panic… And yesterday was the closest I came to panic in a long time – twice!
I’m becoming such a stereotypical mum! A few days ago, I read about a new product in the parenting magazine I’ve subscribed to. It sounded amazing, so I went straight online and bought it. Well, I have to say I’m glad I did because it’s one of the best baby-related products I’ve ever seen. It’s going to make our lives so much easier!
There was a little festival going on near the place where my friend lives. It’s a meeting of people from various towns of the same name that’s been hosted in one of them every other year since the Seventies (what a lovely idea). Continue reading