A Ja Żem Jej Powiedziała – Katarzyna Nosowska

This was one of the gifts my dear mum got me when she came to visit coincidentally close to International Children's Day, the funny thing was that she bought it at the airport because she actually wants to read it herself. No pressure... but read and review faster, dear child 😉 It will be a …

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Wish You Were Here: England on Sea – Travis Elborough

Finally a book that I did not buy in Stanford's! This one I bought when my mum visited me in London and we went for The Great British Seaside photography exhibition in the Maritime Museum in Greenwich. It was really great fun, with photographs  by Tony Ray-Jones, David Hurn and Simon Roberts and Martin Parr, it …

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Street Without a Name: Childhood and Other Misadventures in Bulgaria – Kapka Kassabova – Quotes

And now our Rorschach blur spills into the building of the world's worst-named airport, Vrajdebna. It means 'hostile'. At around that point, I began to suspect that something was wrong with us, or with where we lived. It was the mud. I watched my mother wash the pram from top to bottom every time we …

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