Breakfast in Bangkok

Now having my passport back in hand, in the nick of time, I am free to travel to India. But first a stop in Nepal, for a workshop. (This post-retirement employment gets really tedious at times. Can you guess that I have mixed feelings?) The plane arrived late in Hong Kong so we missed the…

I’m back

In my last blog post, I was in Brazil with no luggage. Did any of you readers wonder whether I had even returned? OK, so most of my readers are related to me and knew where I was. That is a interesting but disconcerting thing about internet acquaintances from far away – they can disappear…

Day 9. Quéntar to Granada (18.6 km)

This was a very picturesque walk. Six of us set out together. The first part winds along through villages, houses with vegetable plots and fruit trees, rushing stream, little ups and downs. Then up over a hill we found some ruins that maybe my resourceful brother can identify – several separate towers with no walls…