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Weird spells & holy places

by Friday, October 13, 2017

Let's be honest with each other... Do you ever need a holiday after returning from your holiday? Heaven, help me. I'm pooped after turning a work trip to the Jamestown Show South Australia (what a triumph, helloooo Elon Musk!) into a family holiday. Mother Guilt, gets me every time, but boy was I dazzled by our Aussie landscape. I ...

Garabandal

by Thursday, March 24, 2016

San Sebastian of Garabandal is a small village in northern Spain, in the Santander province, near the Picos de Europa mountains. It is 600 meters above sea level, and to get there involves a steep climb and poor roads. Around 300 people live in the impressively quiet town. On June 18, 1961, four girls – Conchita, ...

FÁTIMA

by Thursday, March 24, 2016

Portugal is a small coastal nation in Europe’s south-west. Its western border is 1793 kilometres of the North Atlantic Ocean and to its north and east shares a border with Spain. It is a wonderfully diverse little country with lush green valleys and high mountains ranges, balmy beaches and olive groves and cork plantations all adding ...