Traveling My Way - My Midlife and Beyond Adventures

My Irish Eyes Are Smiling

by Dyanne Kelley, November 2018 Let’s start with driving. The Irish very inconveniently drive on the left side of the road. Flying into Shannon, a small airport, gives us time to practice our skills.  Just in case Google Maps disconnects we opt for an old-fashioned...

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Quebec

Hello my Holy Gods and Goddesses!  Are you ready for another Traveling My Way blog? I know, I know, I haven't finished Part 2 of France. I will have to get back to that. Unfortunately for you, because I know it can be quite entertaining, we had absolutely no pre-trip...

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Vive le France!

Vive La France! We return to France. My Guy’s friend, a former owner of a travel company, gets a group of us a great deal on a Viking River Boat tour from Lyon through Provence’. Bien Sur, of course we will go.  You know we like to start our trips with a little drama,...

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Italy My Way

Hello Diva's!, It's been a long time! The story picks up with a trip to Italy! Some of you will recall that the last time we decided to go to Italy it was all going swimmingly until My Guy put his passport into the little check-in kiosk at the airport. Across the...

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Greece – First Stop, Athens

Greece - First Stop, Athens Old and New Friends, Hello! How exciting! We had the good fortune of being able to exchange houses with a family who just happened to have a villa on the Island of Paros and needed extra room here to house visitors from Sweden. YES!! My...

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Greece – Paros and Santorini

Greece - Paros and Santorini We have no directions to get to our villa in Paros as there are NO STREET ADDRESSES here. We are instructed to meet the house caretaker at the airport, an Armenian transplant, who holds up a sign for us. Not really necessary since the...

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Bon Jour!

Bon Jour! HELLO! I’m still floating after a romantic trip to Gay Pah-ree with My Guy over spring break. His aunt and uncle have an apartment there and have lived half of each year in Paris for the last 20 years. His uncle teaches a landscape design course every fall...

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Bon Jour Con’t

Bon Jour con’t… And having a few problems of my own starting before I ever left home…. Being of the age when I can no longer predict with any accuracy the timing of my monthly cycle and getting closer and closer to our departure date, I decide to challenge Mother...

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