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Blog // Travel
June 27, 2010

Holiday Mode

Well, I’m finally on trans-seasonal holiday. For me, it is summer break, but since I’m down-under, in Adelaide, it is actually a winter holiday. And, certainly, it has been wintery. Clear blue skies, but with a bracing wind (especially on morning bike rides). It’s great to catch up with family, watch the world cup matches, […]

Well, I’m finally on trans-seasonal holiday. For me, it is summer break, but since I’m down-under, in Adelaide, it is actually a winter holiday. And, certainly, it has been wintery. Clear blue skies, but with a bracing wind (especially on morning bike rides).

It’s great to catch up with family, watch the world cup matches, cook great food and go for long bike rides in clean fresh air. I’m reading some good books (the new one from Anthony Bourdain and Julia Cameron’s The Sound of Paper), taking a lot of photos and enjoying a chance to put the hustle and rush of 2010 into some perspective.

This week I’ll be shooting some photos along the coast here, showing the great cafe culture along the northern beaches of Adelaide. I’ll also be visiting the fantastic Adelaide food market, which is also a great story in and of itself. I’m still checking my schedule to see how many winery visits I can manage.

I’ll also be tinkering with some amplifiers, playing some guitar and doing a little painting. Add a few long walks and it is pretty much the perfect holiday.

Responses
C... 12 years ago

You have a gorgeous blog. I really enjoy the images.

Toni 12 years ago

Isn’t that funny – we’re here in Lesvos, really glad to be away from all the football fuss. Glad you’re enjoying it.

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