After our small family sojourn we got on a hugely expensive train for two hours to London. For some reason the public transport in the UK, particularly regional trains to and from London are excruciatingly expensive. Luckily we booked relatively early because I saw same day tickets to London from Manchester for over 100 pounds, … Continue reading London Town
As well as the art onslaught we sought in the UK the other key motivation to travel around this small isle was to visit Dotahn’s cousin Anat. The last time the cousins had hung out was over 17 years ago and Anat was the last remaining member of Tahns’s family Emmily hadn’t yet met. Our … Continue reading A Family Sojourn
The surrealist nightmare of our 26 hour transit from Africa blurs past in a stream of cramped movies, stomach curdling food and nine hours stop over in the clinical mall decadence of Doha airport trying to sleep in the wee hours under fluorescent light. We landed in Edinburgh in a daze and watched the city emerge from … Continue reading Would you like more shows with that?