Monthly Archives: July 2016


In Marrakesh… Thin sun bustles traffic crazy taxis zigzag cart-laden donkeys Palm-striped courtyards where fountains tinkle blue reflected pools Strident Muezzin’s call wakes ancient minarets and terracotta walls Markets woven baskets bulge rainbow pungent spices sweet cheap stickiness

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Ape Attack

 From The Glumshire Echo    APE ATTACK… ; ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW… I was sitting quietly grooming my mate’s back when I was alarmed by the approach of a small girl aged about four years old I’d guess. She took … Continue reading

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