The last Part of my September 2017 Diary?

I hope, this is going to be the last part now. I think, our stay at BIG4 Nambucca Holiday Park I have pretty well covered by now, except for one outing, that is, we stopped one morning at Nambucca Heads Railway Station just to have a look. I assume it would have been on that day … Continue reading The last Part of my September 2017 Diary?

Berlin in Petrenko fever: His inaugural concert with the Berlin Philharmonic

https://www.dw.com/en/berlin-in-petrenko-fever-his-inaugural-concert-with-the-berlin-philharmonic/a-50153214 Date 24.08.2019 Author Rick Fulker Related Subjects Berlin, Berlin Philharmonic Keywords Kirill Petrenko, Berlin Philharmonic, orchestra, classical music, conductor, Berlin Send us your feedback. Print Print this page Permalink https://p.dw.com/p/3OR8o “Four years ago, Kirill Petrenko was elected principal conductor of the orchestra, one steeped in tradition. At his first official concert in that function, the Russian-born maestro gave a sample of what is in store.      … Continue reading Berlin in Petrenko fever: His inaugural concert with the Berlin Philharmonic

Aboriginal Men and Women

Planet Doc Full Documentaries Published on Jul 12, 2014 SUBSCRIBE 643K In this documentary we know the culture of Australian Aboriginal tribes. SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! Documentary “The Men of the Fifth World” | http://bit.ly/PlMen5World The Men of the Fifth World is a documentary that shows us the history, culture and … Continue reading Aboriginal Men and Women

Violet Town Market on Saturday, 10th of March 2018

https://www.violettown.org.au/market/ Yesterday Martin drove us to the Violet Town Market, “one of Victoria’s premier country markets.” Martin bought a few plants, and Peter bought honey and some walnuts in shells. These walnuts are really good and fresh tasting. At Christmas time we had been looking for such walnuts and could not find any.  I bought … Continue reading Violet Town Market on Saturday, 10th of March 2018

Kipseli, The Bee Hive of Gods

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/kipseli-athens-multicultural-bee-hive-europe-nico-spies   http://www.greeceathensaegeaninfo.com/h-athens/areas-of/kypseli.htm Kypseli Area of Athens Greece Kypseli, which means ‘bee hive’ in Greek, is worth noting for its Fokionos Negri section which is a long park like street with many cafes, bars, restaurants and boutiques. Fokionos Negri is very popular with local residents and to other residents it is a destination for its … Continue reading Kipseli, The Bee Hive of Gods

With Love from Gaby, Dave, Bonnie & Clyde

Gaby came down with poliomyelitis on her fourth birthday. That was in 1961. When she was 32, in 1989, she left institutional care and moved into her own home in Merrylands West, a Western suburb of Sydney. David (Dave) became her full time carer. But as a quadriplegic with breathing difficulties who needed to sleep … Continue reading With Love from Gaby, Dave, Bonnie & Clyde