My time at the Princess Diana Exhibition and Kensington Palace


Top 10 Tips for your Visit in London by a Londoner


Winter is on its way out and Spring is almost here, meaning that London is coming into full bloom. The appeal of warmer weather, an abundance of gorgeous flowers decorating the busy streets and the promise of longer days all make our city incredibly popular in Spring – just make sure you know how toContinue reading “Top 10 Tips for your Visit in London by a Londoner”

A List of Travel Dreams


In my recent post, How to live a successful life, I talked about short term goals, and long term goals. I am a huge goal kind of girl, where I love to write down all my goals for the future, and to have the motivation to succeed in something. I have come up with theContinue reading “A List of Travel Dreams”

A Lady in London


Okay, girls! So, I have come across an extraordinary writer, Julie Falconer, on writing about travel, and well, especially London. If you have not read any of my previous posts, you might need to know the fact that I have gained a fascination for London, especially after watching the “Ladies of London” TV Show, andContinue reading “A Lady in London”

A Day in York


Today I went on a road trip to a small town not far from Merredin. Just for something to do on a Saturday! It was about an hours drive and stopped off for a morning coffee at a cafe in Kellerberrin. I had a great time roaming the small Main Street and was astounded byContinue reading “A Day in York”

Pilgrimage to Port Douglas


It’s wednesday,….. And I have arrived in Cairns….. A three hour sleep felt like several hours! I didn’t feel so tired anymore from road tripping through Western Australia. I got tired by the time I got to Perth airport, and I felt I needed a mist spray for my face! I felt wrecked! Haha!  IContinue reading “Pilgrimage to Port Douglas”

ROSE AND CROWN


The Easter long weekend was a lot of fun! I was involved in an event, an Easter Egg Hunt  for “Give me five for Kids” at Apex Park in Merredin, and there were 310 children registered!! There were a few prizes, and not one kid left without chocolate in hand…. This year I thought IContinue reading “ROSE AND CROWN”

When at the Dome……


I recently went on a trip to Perth, and on the way back to Merredin, we stopped off at Mundaring. I was with my parents and we decided to go to the Dome. We ordered tea only, and the quality of service was exceptional. We enjoyed a sip of English breakfast tea, and lounged inContinue reading “When at the Dome……”

Pilgrimage to Perth


When my Dad mentioned that we were spending the long weekend in Perth I was over loaded with excitement. We were in Mandurah not too long ago and now we are going on another holiday! Travel is one of the main things I wanted to do this year, even though I was brought up inContinue reading “Pilgrimage to Perth”

Magnificent Mandurah


Arriving into Mandurah was just paradise…… It is a beach and village on the coast of WA south of Perth, Australia. Embarking on a three day journey felt like the most adventurous thing I had ever done since Port Douglas in 2013. Such a great start to the year!!!! It was my first time EVERContinue reading “Magnificent Mandurah”

Novel Writing Festival

Monthly Festival : Turn your book into a movie and get it seen by 1000s of people. Or garner FULL FEEDBACK from publishers on your novel and help your next draft. Or get a transcript video of your novel performed by professional actors.

DONALD STUART

Donald Stuart (13 September 1913 – 25 August 1983) was an Australian novelist whose works include stories with Aboriginal backgrounds, and a series recounting his experience as a prisoner of war in Burma in World War II.

EXQUISITEEMMALISAS FASHION

My Fashion Collection

Novel Writing Festival

Monthly Festival : Turn your book into a movie and get it seen by 1000s of people. Or garner FULL FEEDBACK from publishers on your novel and help your next draft. Or get a transcript video of your novel performed by professional actors.

DONALD STUART

Donald Stuart (13 September 1913 – 25 August 1983) was an Australian novelist whose works include stories with Aboriginal backgrounds, and a series recounting his experience as a prisoner of war in Burma in World War II.

EXQUISITEEMMALISAS FASHION

My Fashion Collection

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