It’s the most wonderful time of the year…

For Sam and the dunes, 2012 was an eventful year. We roamed around the mountains of Gran Canaria; looked for the Man in the Iron Mask in Cannes; researched all museums that exist in Geneva (don’t ask); dined like royalty in Monte Carlo; sweated buckets in Rome and danced the night away in Marrakech.

What else happened? Well, Alex turned 50 (ouch! stop hitting me, Alex!) and that was a big event, of course, while Hanna started blogging for National Geographic Traveler (we are still pinching our arms) and it seems she’s going for the “Blurriest Picture of the Year Award” (keeping our fingers crossed).

Our beloved pooch, Sam (the brains behind the blog) continued to give thoughtful instructions that were followed to the letter.

Now, we plan to get sloshed on glogg and stuff ourselves with various christmas cakes, gain a few kilos, and make the obligatory new year’s resolution: lose weight.

As we stumble along to the bar, we wish you all:

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Posted on December 22, 2012, in WTF and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. Blogging for National Georgraphic – what a cool opportunity! It sounds like you had a fabulous year!

  2. Congrats on the good year and here’s to another one in 2013!

  3. Happy holidays to you too!

  4. Happy Holidays and warm wishes for the new year!

  5. That does seem like an eventful year. Congrats on all of your accomplishments! I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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