So let’s take a break from Brexit for a minute and focus on India! India? Yep! Can you recall that after 14 years away. Fourteen (14) years! I went back to India. And before we even stepped foot in India, our troubles began. Again!…
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Happy New Year everyone. It’s officially 2019!!!!! My goodness! 2018 was a very good year! But first, let’s take a walk down memory lane of all the countries that I went to last year, and what I did. According to my statistics, over 120,000…
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And so it begins! We’re in India and we’re already being tested! For those of you just catching up, here’s what happened: Delhi isn’t kind to travellers. And I thought I was prepared. Haw! Haw! But I wasn’t ‘cos the airline lost my luggage!…
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