Tag Archives: British

Portuguese paradise Island Madeira – not just for pensioners

The volcanic island of Madeira has a lot to offer Madeira is popular with pensioners. This was confirmed to me during our February holidays. And it’s ok. Even though we are family with teenagers. And February is a fine time … Continue reading

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British rental marked has not heard of Brexit

Love London, but not British tenancy Some of you might have read my post last year “Two-in-one-move“. It was about splitting up as a family between London and Denmark. That was my first encounter with British bureaucracy and the lack … Continue reading

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A historical day trip from London to Strawberry Hill

Strawberry Hill House Like me, Horace Walpole enjoyed art and writing. End of commonalities. For Horace lived in the 18th century, as son of Britain’s first Prime Minister, member of the House of Commons, writer and art collector. To visit … Continue reading

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Two-in-One-Move

Sharing my personal experience with relocation to England and Denmark, repatriation, and living as a cross-border family.  This summer was relocation time for me and my family. Four wonderful years in The Netherlands had come to an end, and I … Continue reading

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