and hello london - that's exciting too!
Mmmm yes. Shame about work ;-)
This coffee looks a lot more inspiring than the stuff I've been able to obtain from various machines recently...
Chin up, there's always Starbucks :-?
Hi Tinsie! New Year, Old Troubles... No, I’m not talking about the frosty weather, just the office... Another hectic week! ;)I wouldn't mind continuing X-mas and New Year thru January... Well, there is Chinese New Year on the 26th this month; and that's the Year of the OX; and I was born five OX years ago... ;))Thanks for your comments at Blogtrotter, now with new posts on Delhi! Enjoy and have a great weekend!
Bye bye ..... see you soon ;)
@ Per Stromsjo: You don't say! We have a drinks machine at work and the stuff that passes for coffee is disgusting. The only way I can manage to drink it is by not thinking about it.@ Anonymous: Hahaha! This must be one of the funniest comments ever. Whoever you are, thank you! You've made my day :-D@ GMG: I'm really looking forward to Chinese New Year too :-)@ Shionge: I certainly hope so!
It's always kind of sad to come "home" isn't it?Hey my 15-year-old daughter who is living in the USA this year has decided that we just MUST go to Greece for a holiday next year.I know very little about Greece...we want to go someplace beautiful, with water, white houses and all, but still in at least a medium-sized town because I get bored with too much sun and sea...What is your suggestion? I know one can research any subject to death on Internet, but nothing works like "I KNOW SOMEONE FROM GREECE."No rush -- this is a long-term project.
Hmmm... let me think and see what I can come up with. Does it have to be an island, or is mainland OK too?
No, it doesn't have to be an island but would have to be hear the sea. Maybe with the possibility of visiting an island...No rush, my daughter is in the USA until August!
Well, I've come up with an idea (check today's WW) but if you're not going to be able to go until, say, October, your options for a summer holiday are limited to the southenmost islands (Rhodes and Crete) and I've not been to either of those (but I've heard they're really pretty :-)
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