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Suzanne [Globalhousesitterx2]
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New Zealand / One couple, one globe, no regrets. Blogger. Walks dogs, cuddles cats, learner, loves life. Explores the world housesitting. En
New Zealand / One couple, one globe, no regrets. Blogger. Walks dogs, cuddles cats, learner, loves life. Explores the world housesitting. En

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A year in the making
A year in the making
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Postcards from France
Postcards from France
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Hi everyone, Let’s have a touch of nostalgia With a look back to 2015, To show you a few postcards from France. If I had known most of you back then, I would have added; “Wish you were here”.    
Postcards from France
Postcards from France
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We have been back home in New Zealand for a total of approximately three weeks.  To say it has been hectic in a sort of organised chaotic way would be an understatement.  Most of that time has had us shifting our “treasures”.  Though one of us kept…
Life at No.22 – Shifting In
Life at No.22 – Shifting In
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On a changeable spring day Our shoes disturbing the surface Earthy dusty soil and intoxicating pollen As the soft breeze brushes past us and fills the air. Our senses are engulfed The ground is white with fallen blossoms, Busy bees have done their job.…
Countryside Scents in Spring
Countryside Scents in Spring
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It isn’t a matter of if you will experience a “Curve Ball” it is when it will occur.  By the way, they never come at a convenient time! For us, it happened when I finally released my head from the proverbial sand and acknowledged that I had to get a sore…
When Life throws a Curveball
When Life throws a Curveball
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Looking back with fond memories I am starting part three with the delightful Dokkum. Dokkum Dokkum had terrific architecture and pretty canals with a few interesting shops to explore and purchase a small item or two to remember the area. Before entering…
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In a few hours, we will be winging ourselves back to New Zealand. This year there is a twist to our return back “home”.   Last month we had a few long days and even longer sleepless nights, dealing with people in a different time zone from us.  A time of…
A Travellers concept of HOME
A Travellers concept of HOME
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This is one of the places I thought was rather picturesque and had a unique attraction in the form of the oldest working planetarium, which was developed in a small house attic.

It all started back in the 1700’s by a Dutch wool-comber, clock enthusiast and amateur astronomer, Eise Eisinga. The visit literally took our breath away by the ingenuity of his work.

This planetarium and museum are in a canal-house, where wool-carder Eise Eisinga decided to build a working model of the solar system on his living room ceiling. What’s especially interesting is that he didn’t have any formal education in astronomy and was an entirely self-taught amateur who managed to create an accurate moving model of the solar system.

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Each and every city we have visited has had its unique wow factor, the next city to be shared would turn out to be no exception. Franeker This is one of the places I thought was rather picturesque and had a unique attraction in the form of the oldest…
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