Women’s day

In Eastern Europe the 8th of march has a very special meaning: women’s day. It’s a day that celebrates the woman regardless if she is a mother or not. Of course we celebrate this year too. I asked hubby to make it a special day out and he said yes. Fortunately we had a lovely […]

Wild geese

update! wild geese by night: Today we went in St. Helens. Hubby and a friend had a meeting with Paul Sculthorpe, former Saints captain, at Saints Stadium. A picture taken at the stadium. Meanwhile I went shopping in the town for a while. I got a nice compliment from a old gentleman: “you look like […]

Formby sand dunes

We went at Formby – Sefton’s Natural Coast. Laura mentioned it and today we went there. Here is the parking lot near the sand dunes. It looks great, but it was a little windy and we didn’t stay too long. We liked the walk on the beach and the sand dunes are nice, so we […]

Museum of Liverpool

Today we went to Museum of Liverpool with some friends. I wanted a picture with Lion railway locomotive, but it was too crowded, so I got a picture with the kids train. Hubby and I tried some Chinese clothes. Overhead Railway motor coach, the only example that survived is on display. This coach is one […]

In city

Yesterday we went for a walk in the city. I am very happy with the weather in UK. As you can see in the photos, the weather is mild. I can put on a skirt and of course, my thin jacket from Kenvelo. We saw the protestants from “Occupy Liverpool”. This pictures were taken on […]


Yesterday we visited Merseyside Maritime Museum and International Slavery Museum. They are in the same building. I liked the Maritime Museum. The story of three ships that sank are very moving. In 3 years (1912 – 1915) three ships sank: Titanic, Lusitania and Empress of Ireland. There is a depict of the people that died […]