North Norfolk is the location of the pilgrimage to Walsingham so we travelled east along the coast from Kings Lynn
which leads to numerous Continue reading “Pilgrimage to Walsingham”
After all the snow and freezing weather, it was great to make a visit to Cambridge & Kings Lynn.
Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge re-opened in early Continue reading “Cambridge and King’s Lynn England”
Tucked away just off the Kings Road is the Chelsea Arts Club.
With its large garden and somewhat Continue reading “Chelsea Arts Club”
superbly presented exhibits are part of Oman’s premier Museum that will open soon.
I was delighted to get a sneek preview and Visit National Museum Muscat before it opens later this year. Opposite the Palace in Muscat
Oman’s National Museum austere exterior in pale Omani marble is in keeping with the Continue reading “National Museum Muscat Visit”
a tour with its distinguished designer, Jasper Jacob
As the National Museum in Muscat gets ready for a ‘soft opening’, it was kind of its designer Jasper Jacob to show me around the building and galleries, with explicit no photograph instructions (difficult to resist)!.
Its state-of-the-art interior will enable the contents, most Continue reading “National Museum in Oman”
almost like loosing a friend
The National Museum’s work is now under way in Muscat. Jasper Jacob, the designer, has been working on this for many years and has been a great companion with me on journeys through Oman so he can get inspiration for the building.
The overall design is Continue reading “Openings and Closings in Muscat”