My Top Ten Structures That Span

In my last post I gave you all the gory details about climbing Sydney Harbour Bridge with a broken toe. I also made a passing reference to my love of structures that span. Add these two prattlings to a conversation that I had recently with a friend and it got me thinking… Bridges.

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Solo travel standstill

Apparently, exactly one year ago today I was in Bratislava all by my little old self. It’s just dawned on me that I haven’t actually been on a plane on my own since then. Yep, that’s right, with the exception of a couple of teeny tiny tripettes, my solitary sojourns have gone right up theContinue reading “Solo travel standstill”

Kotor: Captivating, charming, crowded

From the moment my driver stopped the car and let me out at the Sea Gate, one of three entrances to its Old Town, I was stupefied by Kotor. And by the time I had been there only a few minutes I had decided that it was possibly the most beguiling city I’d ever beenContinue reading “Kotor: Captivating, charming, crowded”

Solo in Seoul: The Photos!

As I said in my previous post, Seoul is a city of incredible contrasts from fast and furious to calm and sublime, from cutting edge to traditional, and from ritzy-glitzy to at-best-basic.  Add ornate wooden palaces, delicious street food, lively markets, bright lights, gorgeous arts and unique culture to a city of sensory overload andContinue reading “Solo in Seoul: The Photos!”