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Category: Postcards

Here’s a collection of the most interesting, breath-taking or simply unusual postcards that I’ve found around the world, one postcard posted weekly. Covering the walls of all the various rooms I’ve lived in, in all of the various countries, a growing number of postcards have followed me around, always reminding me of past adventures. Hence the name of this blog.

Postcard of the Week: Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu is a hectic hive of 3-million-people strong activity, but dotted in amongst the chaos are more religious monuments than you can shake a bamboo stick at. Hindu temples, Christian […]

Postcard of the Week: Glasgow

Not a city that typically features on the tourist trail of the UK, Glasgow never particularly grabbed me as a city break destination. I won’t beat around the bush – […]

Postcard of the Week: Thank you your Majesty!

You’ve probably heard that our dear Queen has recently hit a rather impressive milestone! She’s out-reigned any previous monarch of the British Isles  with an incredible 63 years and 7 months under […]

Postcard of the Week: Stockholm

In mid-August I visited Stockholm, the self-styled capital of Scandinavia. Northern Europe is really new to me, but my first trip to the region in February, when I visited Copenhagen, […]

Postcard of the Week: Kraków, Poland

One of my very dear friends, Jess, is an incredibly thoughtful and kind person, and she’s always sending me postcards from these fantastic city breaks she takes – mostly to […]

Postcard of the Week: Zanzibar

Back in April I spent four nights in Zanzibar, the coolest-sounding place name that I have ever heard. It’s a tropical island off the coast of Tanzania in East Africa […]