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Portofino - A little-known city- A gem, just like the writers below...

I started blogging as a new year's resolution. For me, it is a dream come true -at this point I would like to reassure everyone, I don't believe in fairytales any more-. I have always studied Maths or Science, or been involved in very technical matters such as new Signalling systems or the train building manufacturing process (you don't want to get me started on this...).Fast forward a couple of years and here I am, getting supportive comments from fellow bloggers, twenty thousands of hits a months and feeling part of a new community. I am enjoying this journey. The support I am receiving is very appreciated and, I must admit, unexpected. Simply put, I never thought that so many people would read what I write. I thought that, to be read, you needed something extra special that I simply didn't have.During the journey I met many, many wonderful bloggers. Here is a (very) short list: 
-  Janine (Reflection From A Red Head)
-   Flora (She says that she is an Accidental Londoner, but she is deliciously British...)
-   David (An Irish Expat living in London. He happens to be an ex-colleague of mine)
-   Deborah (Deborah is a seasoned writer, and I am very pleased that she finds the time to visit here...)
- Sarah is my mirror image: she is a British woman living in France. You can read her blog here
- Lisa knows all the tricks to look and feel good: her blog can be found here
- Mrs B is a keen runner and blogs about fitness and parenting here
- Julie is an American woman who has fallen in love with France. See here for more details!
- I love Jenny's travel blog too. You can read her here.

2 comments:

  1. I don't know if Ive seen this before or not - but I didnt leave a comment - so I'd like to say thank you for the mention and love for the PBAU group!

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  2. Honoured to be 'deliciously British'! Which of course makes you 'fabulously French'...!

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