As we walk down the beach, I become aware of my collection of bits and bobs, which is beginning to bulge further out of my jacket pocket.
A trip to downunder would not be right without some knowledge on how to understand the Maori language [which more commonly referred to as Te Reo ] and our unique slang.
Well, for a starter why would you not want to go?
Why go back to Lisbon for the 2nd time?
Our last day in Lisbon, which ends our 2nd year housesitting in the Northern Hemisphere. WOW, it's been another fantastic time meeting some wonderful caring people (thank you!), very loveable animals and exploring incredible countries. We are on our way home to New Zealand (via London/Singapore) as we need to hug some extraordinary people who… Continue reading Autumn to Spring in one day
Having the opportunity to visit the ocean while staying in a dry and dusty countryside was our idea of a blissful outing. Not saying that the landscape was unappealing, we just needed the sea air to blow away the dust from the crevices and fill our lungs with fresh air. Everyone needs a break from their… Continue reading By the Seaside – Portuguese Style
As you know, we were in Portugal, to be more precise approximately 7kms from Ourique, heading inland, for a few weeks in September and have now completed our first housesit in this intriguing country.