31 Dec 2019


For the year's end I just dived a bit in my memories of my different travels, it is only a small part, just the pictures I found at the first glance in my travel album.

The English South East coast. I spent 8 years in Eastbourne until my dear friend suddenly died. Without her it is not the same anymore.

Stonehenge in England, I was quite impressed

Loch Ness, Mistery, I haven't seen "Nessie" the monster, the sun was shining too mucch probably.

The Scottish Highlands, so special have never seen the same landscape elsewhere

I like the crooked gravestones in all the very ol graveyards I have seen in the UK . Was a bit creepy.

The French Riviera, where I often spend holidays with my friend Claudie whom I knew through blogging !!

The flower carpet in Brussels which is put up every two years.

Marrakech - Marocco

The deserts everywhere, Tunis, Morocco, Egypt, etc

Karouan - Tunis

The biggest stork colonie in Merinide Chellah - Marocco  where the storchs stay over winter. In my whole life I haven't seen so many storks !

Carthage - Tunis

Istambul Dolmabace palace

I could go on and on, but I stop here, the next time when I have nothing special to show for "Our World" I will continue. You can also find all these places in my travel blog Countries & Cities


Penelope Notes said...

You are fortunate, indeed, to have traveled to so many places in our world. You have seen wonders galore but the one that struck me is the carpet of red in Brussels, surrounded by fantastic buildings of old. Humankind has such a capacity for creativity so I hope we use it wisely in the New Year.

Fun60 said...

It is good to reflect on places visited and you have seen so many. Thank you for your many visits to my blog and your emails. I hope our blogging friendship continues for many years. I wish you and your family a happy and healthy 2020.

William Kendall said...

You've been well traveled. Beautiful shots!

Happy New Year!

DUTA said...

Your look best in the picture at Stonehenge in England.
I've been to LochNess and Inverness and liked the area, but no sight of Nessie.
Happy New Year!

jennyfreckles said...

You certainly get around! Wishing you a very happy, healthy and enjoyable 2020.

Powell River Books said...

I've always wanted to visit Stonehenge. I remember writing a paper about it way back in high school. - Margy

peppylady (Dora) said...

You sure been to lot of places.

David M. Gascoigne, said...

Travel is an incredibly rewarding experience and you have been very fortunate to do so much.