Tuesday travels

Because I did no blogging when we were overseas I decided to blog about our travels when we returned to Australia.  Tuesday travels takes you on our journey to France and the United Kingdom from May until August 2012 but the first post is one of my home village. Occasionally there will be posts on places in Australia.

Kervero or Kerverou depending on your dialect

Pointe de Pen Hir            

Randonnees and the Nantes Brest Canal


Mellionnec and other places





Mur de Bretagne and the Abbey of Bon Repos          

Great Cairn of Barnenez


Dinan Part 1

Dinan Part 2                        

Pont AvenRennes                                   Saint Malo

Mont St Michel                       



St Mère Église

Utah Beach                                



Colchester Castle Museum        


The Grand Pacific Drive

Berwick on Tweed                    

Stonefolds Farm Aberdeenshire     

Condat in the Auvergne                

Archaeolink, Oyne                     

Crail and Anstruther                   

Peterhead and Fraserburgh         

Balmoral Castle                            

John O’Groats                           



National Railway Museum, York      

Jedbugh, Scottish Border                  

We have been for another overseas trip, 2015 and the following posts are from that trip.

Kennythorpe etc

Yummy Yorkshire

York National Railway Museum

Eden Camp Museum

Raymond Island, East Gippsland

The Great Alpine Road, Victoria

The Great Alpine Road Part 2 Victoria

Some aspects of our trips into York, Yorkshire.

National Wool Museum, Geelong

Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Swindon, The Steam Museum of the Great Western Railway

Bath, England

Culross, Fife, Scotland

Wallace Monument, Stirling, Scotland

The Kelpies, Falkirk, Scotland

Things stumbled upon when walking in Yorkshire

Now the posts are from travel I have forgotten to post here.  Also travel since 2019.


Metung Bushland Reserve

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  1. irene says:

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      Hi Irene,
      Thanks for your comments. I found that the easiest way to set up the blog was to choose a free theme and try out one post but don’t publish until you try several other themes and see which one suits you best. It was a fair bit of trial and error on my part until I found a theme that suited me.
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      Happy blogging.

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