Tag Archives: travel

Let’s spend the night together

Lovely, long, lazy travel. It’s years since I travelled by charter or even standard airlines. Or in the words of Kipling (more or less), ‘better to travel hopefully than arrive’. I bought a EuroRail card, travelled by train in India, … Continue reading

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Journalism (5) – career moves

One day, a colleague took me aside and confided that she was applying for a new job. In PR. ‘In PR!’ I said, horrified. ‘Whatever for? Don’t you like being a journalist?’I asked, thinking that was all anyone would ever … Continue reading

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Dreams and aspirations

This post is partly inspired by one from my friend Blue – over here. I’m not writing about the same topic – but, in some ways perhaps I am. Who doesn’t have dreams and aspirations when we are young? Crap … Continue reading

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