The Blind Assassin

My neighbour was kind enough to drive me to #Heathrow terminal five. It rose out of the Hounslow ground like the architectural jewel of an emerging state, and proved equally hard to navigate our [...]

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2020-09-27T19:34:09+01:00January 20th, 2019|People, Stories, Travel, Work|

Biff, Chip, Kipper and Me.

My picky friends have pointed out that this blog is full of idiosyncratic spelling mistakes. I plead visual impairment! Early attempts at reading were centred around the adventures of Peter and Jane who rolled [...]

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2020-09-27T19:17:12+01:00September 16th, 2018|Learning, People, Stories|

Game. Set & Match

Wimbledon seems to have come round remarkably soon since the last time that our screens were saturated with incomprehensible grunting and invisible action. I know there are plenty of blind people who enjoy following [...]

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2020-09-27T19:36:09+01:00July 14th, 2018|Leisure, Stories|

A Map Called Wanda

After a considerable amount of effort to plan a self guided walking tour, of revered places of worship, in Borgas, Wanda (that's google maps to the uninitiated) and I set out. Tripping out of [...]

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2020-09-27T19:25:59+01:00July 9th, 2018|Stories, Technology, Travel|

The Bagging Area

A long long time ago when God was a boy and before I had teeth, I can remember sitting on the counter in the green grocers while he weighed out sugar to be bagged [...]

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2020-09-27T19:42:35+01:00June 20th, 2018|Shopping, Stories|
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