Good morning T-gang! Welcome to T-party
Actually, I don't drink coffee, but I thought this image was quite appropriate for today. I probably have told you this before, but I drink stuff called orzo. This is what the pack looks like. If you enlarge it you can probaly read what it says:
Here I have just filled my coffee maker. It looks a bitlike coffee, but it's a roasted grain with aniseed.
My postcard for today comes from Slovakia. Hmm, yes, I had to look it up too. It borders Austria, Poland, Hungary and the Ukraine. Wikipedia describes it as: a high-income advanced economy with a very high Human Development Index,a very high standard of living and performs favourably in measurements of civil liberties, press freedom, internet freedom, democratic governance and peacefulness.
The card comes from a place called Banska.
I used to live near Bath in the UK and this photo looks like Bath. Natalia writes: "Here is a black and white card of Banska Stiavnica, a historic UNESCO World Heritage city. It is a mining city (banska means mine), built in the middle of an ancient vulcano mountain. The Academy of Mining was founded there in the 18th centuyry, the first technical university in the world." Strangely enough, Bath was also built in the middle of a vulcano caldera!
The stamp looks like this:
The image is from the church of the Virgin Mary in Bina.
I'm writing this late on Monday night. Tomorrow morning we are going away in our campervan. The weather has turned and it is getting warmer. We had lunch on the terrace yesterday:
Camp sites usually have wifi but it's not always sufficient for me to do much commenting, so please be patient if I don't comment immediately.
I'll be heading now for Elizabeth and Bluebeard's website to join the T-party, where we all share something with a drink in it. Elizabeth was not very well on Sunday. I hope you are feeling better Elizabeth....
CU all soon!