Just north of Esbjerg there’s an unassuming car park, surrounded by anti-tank barricades* littered on the sand. There’s a utilitarian sign with distinctive-looking yellow lettering, which seems only to mark the dune on which it stands. But a path cuts through the dune. The only hint of where you're going is a sliver of eerie… Continue reading Esbjerg Days Out: Tirpitz
Pop open some bubbles and raise a glass with me! Today is my 10-year expativersary! You can't go through a decade of non-stop transitions and culture shock without learning a thing or two.
Have you noticed? There's something in the air... Well, there's something in the pixels anyway: a subtle but significant rebrand of The Frustrated Nester. Business cards! Over the past few months new ideas have formed, and new opportunities have been exploited, and it's been an exhilarating time, actually. I say 'actually' because I hadn't really… Continue reading Join my Journey!
We’re not quite in the habit yet, though the mornings are light again. There’s always ‘something’: someone’s sick, or I have to drive straight off to an appointment, or there’s a bulky planet costume to take with us, or we have to drop MT at work, or, more truthfully, two out of three of us… Continue reading Denmark Sketch: The School Run on Two Wheels
When I started compiling my thoughts about the idea of 'hitting the ground running' as an expat, I realised that I had too much to say in one post! Although we don't have a very long list of countries under our belt, our circumstances put us through a lot of moves over a short period… Continue reading How to Hit the Ground Running – Part Two: Expat Mindset
Any trip to Namibia is all about getting out into the wilderness. There's world-class safari action, iconic desert dunes, and everything - I mean almost every conceivable landscape - in between. More on that story later. But you've got to start somewhere, and international flights land in the capital, Windhoek, surely one of the easiest… Continue reading A Glimpse of Hip Windhoek