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Sam & Verena


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One last Paris Post*


One of our favourite meals in Paris was made by Malc.


*for now
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Paris Part 4: Life in Paris

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Can't believe its been a year!



...since one of you favourite weddings! Congratulations Laura & Simon. (Click the image above to see the stop-motion wedding video we made of the day) 
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Hot Chocolate


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Hot Chocolate in the Best Wedding Presents

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Here we go again...


Ending our two-day anniversary celebrations with Malcohols...in the cold. This wonderful drink could be a subject for another day.

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Foolishly We're kicking off  a year long project of photos. Nom did a 365 project on the previous leap-year and it seemed like a good enough reason to do another one. Plus it'll record year two of pretendingtobeadults@projectmarriage.com. This time we're sharing the load and widening the subject matter (vanity, begone!)
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C-to the-Otswolds


For our anniversary Malc planned a trip to the Cotswolds. It was a top secret destination, I found out where we were going after we'd left the house (the details were written in a book he'd made for us to record our trip in).




We road tripped around the Cotswolds stopping at: Moreton-in-Marsh, Stow-on-the-Wold, Burton-on-the-Water, Broadway, Burford, Bretforton, Ebrington and Evesham. The car was stocked up with various sugary snacks and quality tunes. When the sun shone we walked around and took photos, when it rained we walked around and took less photos, and when it was really foggy we stayed in the car, picnicked and took photos non the less.


We stayed in Chipping Campden, at The Chance, which was rather smashing. (All it takes is a good breakfast to convince Malc. Day 1: fried toast, cooked tomato, mushroom, black pudding, bacon and sausage). We ate out in the town twice, at Michael's (calves liver, kleftico, baklava and white chocolate cheese cake) and Caminetto (scallops, calamares, cannelloni and stuffed pasta). And bought fresh bread and fine wine.


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