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Category Archives: Films
Just writing a larger post for you all to feast your eyes over for when I go away to Darjeeling with the family for a few days at the end of this week. Also up to my eyeballs in MA … Continue reading
We’ve been back at LAMB exactly one week and we’re currently living in a strange (and yet familiar) mix of being settled and yet nothing is sorted. By this I mean that our bags still lie partly unpacked, many of … Continue reading
Part II Well, what a stir part I seemed to cause with strong points of view expressed on the blog and Facebook. Nice to see that most found something they liked here. I am afraid there will be disappointments with … Continue reading