Tag Archives: British

Return to Darjeeling – The mystery and magic of Time

All photos in this article post were taken by my son who retains copyright except where otherwise stated. A suitably dramatic title, I hope you appreciate, that could have come straight out of a 1940s science fiction comic – and … Continue reading

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Minipost 23 – The Ups and Downs of Publishing

  This year has been a steep learning curve for me in terms of getting books written and published. I’ve been pondering this over the last few days since completing 50,000 words of my novel. Regular readers may recall that … Continue reading

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A Night Out with The Solway Deltas

When I grow up I want to be in the Solway Deltas. This was not a post I was expecting to be writing I have to say. Having popped over to the UK from Bangladesh for a Masters course, I … Continue reading

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Golden Oldie – Seven Things the British Should Know About Bangladesh

My blog is now very nearly one year old! To celebrate, over the next two weeks I am re-publishing two of my very oldest posts from the site I used to use before it crashed and I moved over to … Continue reading

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Fighting Words

At 7:30 this morning the staff from LAMB school and hospital, admin, rehab and other departments, along with many of our children, gathered together in the grounds of LAMB. We marched, barefoot, around LAMB, outside the gates along the road … Continue reading

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