So many memories are popping up on my facebook of 4 years when my sisters Paula and Muriel and myself travelled to Zurich via Singapore to embark on a journey of a lifetime. Our 12 hour flight from Singapore was full of chatting, eating, drinking and napping. This trip all started the year before when … Continue reading The beginning of 3 Sisters Abroad – 4 year Anniversary of blogging!
On the 27/2/20 a group of ladies from the Southern Peninsula VIEW Group took the ferry from Sorento to Queenscliff for the day. Our weather has been so crazy and only a few days earlier we had been experiencing normal February temperatures of 35 degrees Celsius. The top temperature for today was only going to … Continue reading Day Trip to Queenscliff
On the 28th February every year marks Rare Disease Day. This year its on the 29th February - Leap Year. I have two - Tuberous Sclerosis and Lymphangiomiomatosis. When I was young around 6 I had some suspicious lumps removed from my face. I remember having them and then not having them. I know … Continue reading Its Rare Disease Day 29th February
The afternoon after our jumper shopping expedition in Regua we set sail for the town of Barca D'Alva. The following day we would be heading to Salamanca. Some of us went to the top deck to see the 3 bridges in all their glory. The sun was shinning. Yet the wind chill factor must have … Continue reading Barca D’Alva and a wee bit of Lemon juice and a ton of whiskey!
On the Tuesday of Day 6 of our cruise we were all going to Salamanca. This city is the capital of Salamanca province and is part of the Castile and León region. It is classed as an UNESCO World Heritage sight. It began very humbly during the Iron Age, and, over the years, included … Continue reading A day in Salamanca – Spain
A couple of days before we had berthed at Peso da Regua around 6pm so those that wanted could visi the Douro Museum. Muriel and I had decided not to visit. It had been touch and go whether we would get their in time for the tour. Also it was freezing and staying on the … Continue reading Peso da Régua and our quest to buy a jumper
In less than 2 weeks Muriel and I will be heading to Europe. To be more specific Portugal and Spain. Paula will be home recuperating from a knee replacement. As most of our readers know that I have many chronic illness'. So travel takes a bit more effort and forward planning. I just … Continue reading Tips on traveling with a chronic illness
Sheryl from https://www.achronicvoice.com is hosting an Invisible Link Up. When Sheryl tagged me in this I was like yes please I will do that. A great way to learn what it is like for others living around the world with a chronic illness. I have several chronic illness along with a couple of rare diseases. I have learnt … Continue reading Invisible in Melbourne. WHAT’S IT LIKE TO LIVE HERE WITH CHRONIC ILLNESS?
I am very honored to be nominated to do This or That by the blog https://vibealittle.com Please go over and check out the blog. I am also a bit slow in doing this as it was nearly a month ago that I was nominated. Yes slap the back of the hand oh so gently (my … Continue reading This is or that – Tag your it
The month of June is coming to a close. June is Lam Awareness month. Sarah from https://www.travelbreatherepeat.com has done an amazing awareness program each year for the month of June. Below is my piece this year. Do go over to her blog and check them out. https://www.travelbreatherepeat.com/physical-therapy-with-lam/ Thank you for reading and following. … Continue reading Lam Awareness