Ragtag Daily Prompt Monday: Intricate
The Ragtag Daily Prompt Saturday: Bubbles
Debbie’s Six Word Saturday
Lens-Artists Challenge #177: Celebrating
Let’s get the celebrations started
Grab your sunnies
Make sure the decorations are up
What’s a celebration without bubbles
Everyone is here and are already having a good time
OK time to light the cake
Looks like the celebration is almost over
Look, there’s the fireworks so must be almost time to go home
There will always be a few leftovers in the morning
and a bit of deflation
Look like this bloke missed out again
The Lens-Artists Challenge #173: Interesting Architecture
I have been thinking about this theme since I first read it way too early in the morning to have many cohesive thoughts. Here is a random mish mash of constructions with interesting architecture.
I’ve opted for a slideshow for a change. Enjoy your travels and hope that there are interesting architectural surprises along the way
The Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Meet….
I was on my first foray into the world outside of Australia. After realising what I wanted was rather expensive I settled for a bus tour. I flew with Korean Air and I was amazed at the service and food. There were a group of people going to one of the Korean Air Hotels and waited for the bus to take us. As we got into the elevator something funny happened to someone and I looked at this woman and we both could hardly contain laughing.
The next day a bus took people back to the airport. Boarded a plane to Madrid and it had a stop over in Amsterdam to refuel. I over heard a conversation about going on a tour. Once in Madrid I introduced myself and said I am on the same tour. We headed off to get the bus to the hotel to wait for the tour to start. More smiles as we sat in what we called, the Nana Bus.
Meet Kerri and Joerg
WE roamed the streets of Madrid with no special plan and headed off to explore what we could find. Didn’t go into the Prada, I went there next time, we just enjoyed what we found sometimes the same thing twice! Hence we were Chaos Tours.
There was always laughs and fun in the bus as there were lots more under thirties than oldies. I wasn’t cool enough for the back seat or fuddy duddy enough for up front.
There were really helpful for me to get my head around another world as we went from Madrid to Granda, along the Mediterranean – Southern France, Nice, Avignon up to Northern Italy, Florence, Venice – everyone on the tour went on guided tours in Pisa. Kerri, Joerg and I found a great little place and had a pizza in Pisa, one of the best I have had. Then Croatia, Rovinj in a resort and Split was amazing, a quick overnight in Ljubljana, Slovenia and onto Vienna.
Kerri and Joerg left the tour in Rome. I am so glad we clicked and are really special to me. We still email and FB message, the occasional phone call. I have used Kerri and Joerg in a previous challenges.
Lost in Translation – Thursdays Special: Pick a Word August 2021
Wow I looked and blinked and read again. Nope have to see Paula’s fabulous photos. Here are Paula’s words for August. Have a go and see what you can up with.
Life in Colour September: Gold
I shall have to pace my self on this colour. It will take a bit of thinking and meditation.
Debbie’s Six Word Saturday
Debbie’s Alphabet Geography Photo Challenge: Countries that end in A
Another one where i am going to not use Australia. Instead, lets go to South Korea. Of course the bus will get you to the hotel.
One time we were lucky to be there for the Lantern Festival, found the back alley to the markets. There was still some of the old mixed with the new