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Cascais  Posted on 09/16/2014
When you walk out of the hotel's driveway and turn left you see this beautiful building on your left: and this idyllic spot which turns into the locals private swimming pool once the high tide fills it up:Further down the coast you...
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Farol Design Hotel - Cascais  Posted on 09/11/2014
If I was to report on our summer holiday in chronological order I would have to start with Geneva, but since we had planned to go to Portugal shortly after, my husband decided to load our Geneva pictures on his mom's computer. Where...
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Woking Food Festival  Posted on 09/09/2014
My husband and I love trying out new dishes and unusual flavour combinations so when we learned about the Woking Food Festival there was no stopping us. The three-day festival took place last weekend and included over 60 food and drink...
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New school year  Posted on 09/03/2014
After two months of shouting, singing, television racket, toys beeping and the occasional crying, the house has gone quiet. You can almost hear a pin drop. After half an hour I had to break the silence (some Studio Brussel internet radio,...
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Summer plans  Posted on 07/04/2014
The summer holidays are finally here and we have a few things planned. My husband is taking 3 weeks off (that's an absolute first). First we are going to Geneva for a few days to visit our expat friends there. Since the plane ticket...
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By George we did it!  Posted on 07/02/2014
What a game! After a nail bitingly exciting 90 minutes the Belgian players failed to get past American goalie Tim Howard (in my book the man of the match, by the way!). But by another successful substitution in overtime (bringing Romelu...
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Guildford  Posted on 07/01/2014
For our next day out we drove to Guildford. You can easily get there by train as well. If you didn't bring your offspring you have a few options: go shopping (in and around the High Street or in the Friary shopping centre in case of...
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Garson Farm  Posted on 06/30/2014
Since we moved to Surrey we've been searching for new things to do in the weekends. We've made the drive to London Zoo (an hour trip instead of 12min before!), we've gone swimming at the local leisure centre two times now...
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Adapting  Posted on 06/12/2014
It's been a week and a half now since we moved to Surrey. Out of the three people our little family consists of I think I'm the one adapting the best.Unfortunately that is only because of the extraordinary beautiful weather we...
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Pre-moving jitters  Posted on 05/12/2014
I know, I know, those jitters usually come before your wedding but I really feel like the feelings I get before every move are worthy of that term. Some of the boxes have arrived (I'm packing all the non-breakables myself), I'm...
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