'Adventures do occur, but not punctually.' E. M. Forster, A Passage to India (1924)
Taken on a spring walk in Rhodes, Greece.
I am fond of Piccadilly and often spend time in Shepherd Market when in London. For the first time, last week, I looked up at Stratton House on Piccadilly and saw these plaques. They were unveiled on the building by the then Dutch Prime Minister, Jan Peter Balkenende, watched by grandsons of Winston Churchill and … Continue reading You Are Free!
Saturday night at Somerset House, London, by the seasonal skating rink.
When? 3 October 2016 @ 09:05. Where? The deck of the Panagia Skiadeni, a Dodecanese Seaways vessel, moored at Akandia port, Rhodes, Greece.
MuCEM (The Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations), from the sea in the Vieux Port. Tuesday 26 September 2017 @ 11:53, en route back from a boat trip around the bay of Marseille.
At the beginning of this month, September, I holidayed in Greece. I revisited places I already thought I knew well, yet this time was able to see them in a different light. I stayed in two towers. The first, the Tower Suite at the Villa Andreas, Rhodes Old Town, afforded me a a sea-captain's eye … Continue reading A Place Apart