Travel

There’s nothing quite like travel for broadening your mind and making you glad to get small children back into the old routine once home. Being an airline family, our boys both flew before they could walk, and I’m hoping they’ll grow up with an appreciation for different cultures and far-away lands. Here are some of my favourite photos …

Dog River, Lebanon

Ali Baba store in Baku, Azerbaijan

Blog on Azerbaijan at: Flying carpets and oil-boom optimism

The Infinity Pool at the Kempinski Hotel Jordan, on the Dead Sea

Constance Ephelia Resort, Mahe Island, Seychelles

Blog on the Seychelles at: Summer holiday: Paradise found

Saturday evening in Sydney, Australia, and down by the Opera House it’s buzzing

Blog on my ferry trip to Manly at: People watching in summertime

My parents’ backgarden in Surrey, England

Climbing the hill to Criccieth Castle, North Wales

Blog on North Wales at: Wildest Wales: We survived!

The Bavarian Alps, near the city of Munich, Germany

Blog on Germany at: Europe meets Texas

Faraya, in Lebanon – who knew there were ski resorts in the Middle East?

Blog on Lebanon at: Our snow day

Hong Kong: I loved the teeming metropolis, from the lights to the shopping to the fusion of Chinese and Western influences

Hong Kong: I loved the teeming metropolis, from the lights to the shopping to the fusion of Chinese and Western influences

Cyprus is the third largest Mediterranean island

Cyprus: The third largest Mediterranean island

Blog at: Bank holiday in Cyprus

2 Responses to Travel

  1. Beautiful pics Marianne, I finally snatch some time to take a tour of your lovely blog xx

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