Who doesn’t need to keep track of all the planning which goes into a trip? Pieces of paper, bookmarks on your browser, memory: all of these are fallible. On the other hand, blogs never forget (if you remember to post). More, very helpful people may leave little tidbits of advise for you.

Then, when you are back, you need to share the photos and the memories. What better place than the blog which got you started.

So that is why you see yet another travel blog. Think of it as a friendly pub in a new city where you can come and chat about your trip for a while.


  1. If it is a travel blog that includes places in India, I am very happy to tag along. I have been there, spending two months one summer, and absolutely loved it. πŸ˜€


  2. I enjoyed so much reading your about page and the pub vision, like to sit back. I am left missing though any information about you the author sadly. Are we sitting on a patio or by a fire?

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  3. I just came across your blog as I prepare for a trip to Portugal. I love the commentary and I love the photos. You have me wishing I were a part of “The Family” and could travel with you!

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