Tag Archives: Pakistan

Turtle watching – Mary Smith

Reblogged from Mary Smith’s Place: “Come quietly,” hissed the man with the flashlight. It was one o’clock on a moonless night and as we stumbled after him in the dark our feet sank in soft sand. The sight of the … Continue reading

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Messing about on boats – Pakistan style – Mary Smith

Reblogged from Mary Smith: Messing about on boats has never been my thing and when I went to work in a leprosy hospital in Pakistan sailing was not something in which I expected to participate. Karachi-ites, however, are proud of … Continue reading

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Fiza Pathan interviews Mary Smith

Reblogged from insaneowl: Fiza Pathan, author of Nirmala:The Mud Blossom, interviews Mary Smith… author of No More Mulberries and Drunk Chickens… An instructive, educative, and revealing interview with Author, Poet, Journalist and Blogger: Mary Smith. FP: You describe yourself as an … Continue reading

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Replay – Drunk chickens, by guest author, Mary Smith

I was very glad to hand over the blog to writer Mary Smith. Mary had just released a new book, “Dumfries Through Time” in collaboration with landscape photographer, Allan Devlin.  However, it was the title of her book, “Drunk chickens … Continue reading

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