Jamaica — I’d been gone for a month. One month and six days. Ten (!) flights. Three continents. Seven countries. … with one carry-on luggage (to rule them all!) One carry-on that felt like a magician’s hat; somehow I had managed to squeeze in everything for all trips, all occasions, whatever the weather. A formal gown for the Mediterranean cruise? Check. A coat and boots for London? Check. A bikini an...
Benfleet — It’s been a long weekend of time spent with the extended family (on my mum’s side). A mixture of birthday and anniversary celebrations, stretching from Friday through to this evening. I’ve left early...
Milsons point — It had been a warm day and given it was only a short ferry ride across Sydney harbour we decided to stand outside, tucked behind a wall so the wind wouldn’t mess our hair. The venue for the evening w...
Amsterdam — This city consists of 90 islands. Divided by water, connected with bridges. 1500 to be precise. These bridges are made to enable different ways of transportation: cars, trains, busses, trams, scooter...
Winter is coming
Sometimes we wait for the right person / right time / a chance/ a change / a miracle... I wait for a PostCard
People who wait
Quarter-life Crisis Extended
This is what both knowing and not knowing looks like.
Waiting on the train; 13 more books to give away.
Not wanting to be the first, we waited under the bridge until the time was right.
Genius bar revisits
playing the waiting game. what's the point of having an appointment if i still have to wait this long?
If this passport could talk
Amsterdam: once a while you'll arrive late at your work because a boat crosses your road
Waiting for the 18:52 at Benfleet.
I guess this adventure needs one more day.