After a quick farewell to Sarah and family, not, of course, forgetting the loveable Fudge. Which is always hard to do. As he gives us that hangdog look, that says to us, "What's happening, why are you leaving?", Though of course once the changing of the guard is executed, he will be back into his… Continue reading Roadtrip – Marbella to Madrid
This ancient tree holds a particular segment of our hearts and a significant part of our earlier lives together. Within the span of a few years from early 2001, we had planted approx 500 trees. Yes, the rows were all spaced out correctly by the Squire on a small lifestyle/orchard in the Bay of Plenty region… Continue reading The Olive Tree
UPDATED: I have reinstated photographs which weren't transferred when I went from being Globalhousesitterx2 to LifeatNo22.
The cold wind had made its way back to the coast, a sweet reminder for us that we were heading for less temperate days and colder nights, as we headed up north towards our first pitstop. Even in winter mode, nothing says "holiday" more than a car, a suitcase, sunglasses, or perhaps in our… Continue reading Roadtrip – Spain to France
Spain usually equates to sun, warmth and olive trees? Not particularly covered in snow?
Our first day exploring in 2018. It also just happened to be the first day of a new year. Of course, being in Spain, it was one with an absence of rain, wind or cloud. It was time for us to go out, enjoy the sun and stretch our legs. The main character of our… Continue reading A Ronda View
In early December we were very fortunate to have the opportunity to stay in the Le Gebilra area of Andalucia in between housesits. Even though we were looking forward to a new area to explore, we did arrive somewhat jaded. Why you may ask? The reason "Cortijos Haza Tortas." It's the name of a road. Looks… Continue reading Relaxing in LA GELIBRA