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In Tennessee Williams’ American classic “A Streetcar Named Desire”, Blanche DuBois famously says she has “always depended on the kindness of strangers”.
The superhero race in New Orleans raises money and awareness for abused children.
The title of this post may not be entirely true, but everyone who has travelled the world will know that sometimes it will rain on you.
I suppose it shouldn’t be the world’s greatest surprise, considering how big a part travelling plays in my life generally, but I didn’t always plan to run my first marathon in Seville.
You can’t go far wrong with a walk through the capital. In the summer of last year, Michelle and I took a stroll along the streets of London, taking in sights including Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, Fleet Street and The Royal Courts of Justice.
Regular readers of Naked Eye Travel may have noticed the number of posts on the website have diminished somewhat over the last couple of months.
In just a few days we will be half way through 2014. With the longest day of summer already gone, now seems a good time to check out what have been Naked Eye Travel’s most popular posts of the year so far.
Bridge endangering padlocks, a driving holiday in Norway and a very posh high tea.