Original playout date: 28 January 2008
This evening we are in Taksim, in Beyoğlu, where the most thriving part of the city’s nightlife is, with shops open until late, and restaurants until even later. We went to one restaurant famous for the quality of its mezedes or hors d’oeuvres and were treated to some impromptu fasıl music. The title “Ye Beni” means “Eat me”, though whether it has the full range of meanings associated with that phrase in vernacular English I couldn’t begin to ask. Maybe someone here will tell me?
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Original playout date: 2 September 2007
The Courtepaille near Colmar airport is the location for the fifth part of our holiday in Alsace series.
Continue reading “Alsace Holiday #5 – At a Courtepaille with Family and Friends”
Original playout date: 11 July 2007
Once again a nice memory of my late parents, and I am glad that there are these few snatches of them that live on. As indeed do the charming scenes of all three little ones so cute and tiny, and Elena walking around on her own. These were the days we thought would never end, and thanks to video, my friend, in a sense they don’t.
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Playout date: 23 May 2007
We saw Golub-Dobrzyn already in the video “Car-aoke”, but here we have the chance to see it again.
Continue reading “Golub-Dobrzyn revisited (for the first time)”
Playout date: 10 March 2007
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Camera: Panasonic DMZ -FZ30
Post Production: Windows Movie Maker – slight use
Location: Poznan town centre
Other people featured: Work colleagues, Alicja and Andrzej
Music used: Volare, Auld Lang Syne,
Languages used: English, Polish, Italian
Animals/plants featured: None
We start off in the old town square and end up in Restauracja Ratuszowa, one of the nice traditional spots in Poznan, and the live music chimes up, so as is my wont, I immediately embarrass my friends and the pianist by singing along, heh heh heh.
Quote of the clip: “You’re looking at it, you’re smelling it and you are hearing it – this is Poland!”