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6 Weeks in Paris

In 2010, I spent a busy one day in Paris, catching a fast train from La Loire area in the morning, and returning at night. I saw all the sites, from Notre Dame, to Montemarte, and the Eiffel Tower. To be honest, I was pretty disappointed in the city; and didn’t find it as charming…

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A new start.

There is something so freeing about a bad internet connection, or better yet, no internet connection at all. Instead of binging on Netflix, or scrolling through the endless content on social media these past two weeks, I’ve read three (almost four) books, rested, stared out the window – instead of at a screen – and…

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Rome

We were overwhelmed by our time in Rome. We found ourselves surrounded by the most beautiful architecture and ruins; every corner we turned, we came upon some amazing sculpture or façade that blew us away. I can’t imagine what it would be like to live in a city where you pass this everyday, and become…

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Dinner Date

About a month ago, when we were still in Zagreb, Dave and I decided to go out to dinner; our first dinner date since before we left Australia. Being overseas, on a tight budget, and having no one to mind Isla had prevented us from doing this earlier, however we didn’t want this to stop…

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Nap Time

It’s 3:52pm in the afternoon. Dave is out with the TypeParis crew, and I am sitting on the lounge while Isla sleeps. The windows are open, bringing in the natural light, I can hear doves cooing, kids playing in the street below. Every day while Isla sleeps I scramble about to relax, to get work…