This is a blog of my travel adventures. My intention is to write a blog post on most (if not all) days while travelling, though depending on internet access, I may not be able to post as regularly. I blog to keep a record of my travels, and to capture my immediate response to the places we visit and experiences we enjoy (or not). I started blogging in 2006 – here’s the LINK to my first blog. Internet access is much better now, in most places, and my laptop is much lighter!

The title of the blog is from one of my favourite travel quotes “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page”. On this trip I will definitely be turning the page & reading on.

If you are following along, I’d love to hear from you via the comment box below any of the posts.

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  1. I am so glad I found this again. I have been following your travels for several years through the Pixels2Pages sites and such and have been absolutely fascinated by your wonderful photographs and your exquisite albums that you have made. Your ability to tell the stories about where you go is so detailed and interesting. At one point I also remember seeing one of the albums you created with a photo a day. I was so impressed with that and have wanted to try it. I told my sister about it also and she is very interested in the idea. I was wondering if you would be willing to share that album with me again. Seeing the world through your eyes is really fun. Thanks so much for sharing .

    1. Hi Lisa, Thanks for your kind comments! I love the photo a day project – it’s so much fun to look back over a daily snapshot of my life.
      Here are links to the books I completed in the past 2 years:
      Day2Day 2017
      Day2Day 2016

  2. I started my day to day project this year and really like the idea of finding something each day that is significant! Also, planning to change some directions this year so this could be very memorable.

    1. Go Lisa! It’s really a very satisfying project to do, and manageable. Don’t put too much pressure on yourself to make every photo meaningful – some days a quick snapshot is all I can manage, but that’s OK.

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