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To repost or not to repost?

I’ve posted this photo previously but it seemed quite appropriate to repost it.

This impressive and quirky wall delayed our departure from Stratford because we just had to read and admire everything that was on it! Afterall, someone had made the effort to create this wall, and someone had written the plays it pays homage to.

This photo of The What On Earth Wallbook of Shakespeare was taken at Stratford-on-Avon, the birthplace of the playwright extraordinaire.

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I Wander, I Wonder … #8

One of the nicest things about travelling is the unexpected and often endearingly unforgettable little things that you come across.

Here are some of my favourite things. (I’ve always wanted to say that!)

This is Shakespeare’s Wallbook in Stratford-upon-Avon. Every one of his plays is represented in chronological order. You can read more about it here.

Then there’s this gorgeous carousel in Cardiff, Wales.

Here are some of the most amusing traffic signs in London. They are done by Clet Abraham, who is regarded as a menace by some councils, and as an artistic genius by others. He uses vinyl stickers for his art.

And a poignant poem on a train:

And, perhaps the most unexpected of all, two 30-metre tall Kelpie heads seemingly rising out of nowhere, in Falkirk, Scotland. Kelpies are said to be supernatural water horses, each with the strength of 10 horses.

Have a wonderful day!

I Wander, I Wonder … #4

There really is nothing like a garden of flowers to brighten up a day.

Many flock to William Shakespeare’s birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon to view his home. What struck me more were the gorgeous blooms in the garden.

I am particularly amused by the strategically growing rose by the signboard.

At lunch, it was this unexpected boatload of blooms in the backyard of the pub that made the day!

Have a wonderful day!