Journey Through Torrential Hell

On journeys like this I wonder if it’s preferable to be alert and conscious when I die, or fast asleep. ‘It’s better not to look.’ Sound words of advice from my husband who has a fixed stare out the front window. Better not to look indeed. Although the aquaplaning and curtains of water make for … Continue reading Journey Through Torrential Hell

Time to move on

After two years in Shenzhen, China, it’s time to move on. So, Thailand here we come. Or at least Thailand here we come as soon as we have visas in the passports (three different varieties for our family), Covid tests (multiple), Certificates of Entry, Fit to Fly Certificates, and once there, government quarantine where we … Continue reading Time to move on