Author: DocGolightly

Travels with my Godmother: Uncrowded Angkor Wat

Travels with my Godmother: Uncrowded Angkor Wat

Fellow travel friends, I hope you are all doing well and hang in there! This “uncrowded Angkor Wat” post is coming to you at a strange time. I know of less than a handful of countries that would now let me, a German citizen,  visit 

Bread Interlude:  Super Sourdough bread for non-bakers

Bread Interlude: Super Sourdough bread for non-bakers

As we are about to enter the fourth month of lockdown, with infection numbers still not under control and a nationwide vaccination campaign stuttering along, I feel very little enthusiasm for posting much travel content. About time for a sourdough bread for non-bakers. Instead of 

How I bought less in 2020 – and loved it

How I bought less in 2020 – and loved it

As the year comes to a close, I am starting to… prepare my tax return. As part of the tidying and sorting out business side of Christmastide that I felt too mundane to mention. How does that lead to the very last post of the 

Home and Dry and Optimistic: My 2020 travel review

Home and Dry and Optimistic: My 2020 travel review

“A good traveller was the traveller who stayed home. ” This or similar is the tenor of many  travel bloggers I follow. I agree. My 2020 travel review seems a bit out of time. At some point I wondered whether I should bother writing my 

My 8 easy no nonsense Christmastide Traditions for the busy and not overly spiritual

My 8 easy no nonsense Christmastide Traditions for the busy and not overly spiritual

This year, celebrating the “Rauhnaechte” spiritual practice appears to be massive all over the net and social media. Call me a bit cynical, but who actually has time for all this?  So, here are some  no nonsense Christmastide traditions you can follow even if you 

Where can I travel right now under current restrictions?

Where can I travel right now under current restrictions?

The Holidays are coming – and where will you be going this year?  Where can I travel right now? Until this year, millions of people left for the ski resorts or warm beaches over the holidays, and the holidays were high season for foreign travel. 

Bavaria and Occitanie with a chance of Far East Dreaming:  my travel outlook for 2020

Bavaria and Occitanie with a chance of Far East Dreaming: my travel outlook for 2020

As my “MySharona” Diary is nicely emptying out, with an occasional wave of contacts flooding into my clinic, I am picking up hope that travel may be possible again this year and that travel outlook for 2020 might not be so bleak now. As crowds