Bay of Pigs
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Bay of Pigs

Playa Girón, or in English called the Bay of Pigs, is a sleepy seaside village in Cuba. There are no pigs here and in fact, the pig name is most likely a mis-translation of the Spanish for the triggerfish common in the area.

In love with Richard Serra
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In love with Richard Serra

We were driving in a Land Rover across the Arabian desert and in the distance we spotted four strange objects stuck in the sand. Turned out to be work of American artist called Richard Cereal. No, I mean Richard Serra. Four lonely strips of brown metal stretching in one line into the distance. Really simple […]

Mighty fine city
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Mighty fine city

Hey, check this out! I’ve been wandering around Norwich today…. And I have to say, the Norwich Cathedral is something special. It all started in 1096 and took I think like 300 years to build. The straight road from the river next to where I’m standing in this picture used to be the canal where […]

Happy Mother’s Day
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Happy Mother’s Day

This is my mom. Well, when she was still a young little girl. She was the giggly type who did things rather than think or seek advice. I don’t think her parents were too happy that she walked straight up to every dog she saw. This dog here told me later that the night before […]

Express way to Jungfraujoch
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Express way to Jungfraujoch

I always wanted to visit Switzerland. And guess what? I found a dog walker who would take me on an amazing trip to the land of fondu! We went all the way up the icy mountain top of Jungfraujoch. The train was expensive, but free for dogs.