Category: Katia Thornwood

The Travelogue Of Katia Thornwood – Part 8

The man buying me a drink was a banker and ex-public schoolboy from London. Eloquent, well educated and a gentleman to boot, he was the picture of English reserve and dignity, even in his increasing state of intoxication. “So, you’re […]

The Travelogue Of Katia Thornwood – Part 6

Ben and I sat on the patio of a nice café on the edge of Chinatown, with its oriental apartment frontages, windows encased in elaborately designed steel cages and sidewalks filled with people sitting in plastic chairs, eating and drinking […]

The Perils Of Baby Sitting.

Now and then I come across someone who is a little different from the norm, and I recognise immediately something of myself in them. One such individual is Katia Thornwood. She is a rather unusual character, but one I feel […]

I am pleased to be able to offer you an pleasant diversion this evening.  One of my girls, Katia, is traveling at present. I asked her to keep me updated on her journey. While you don’t deserve to share in […]