Six autumns ago, I had the pleasure of visiting the Wallachian Open Air Museum for the first time. I have been back since, as you can imagine, but it was the only time I got to go in the autumn season when it takes on a whole new special look.
I highly recommend that you visit the Wallachian Open
Epic Shoutout to @steevc for organising thie first Arlesey Crypto Walk
It was an extremely straightforward and pleasant drive up the A1(M) to Arlesey from London. A charming little town tucked away somewhere between better known Cambridge, Luton and Milton Keynes, Arlesey is actually quite access
Jurassic Coast Part 2
Durdle Door, Golden Cap, West Bay and Lulworth Cove
At almost a hundred miles long, the Jurassic Coast stretches from Exmouth in Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset. I was on the Dorset end of the coast.
I wrote about Weymouth in the first post - Weymouth Harbour And Beach
Jurassic Coast Part 1
Weymouth. The coast and harbour
I love the way old English towns derived their names. They might at times sound odd to the modern English speaker, but more often than not, the meanings of the names are just as they seem.
At the mouth of the River Wey, where it opens int
I’m not sure if it was the fresh mountain air, or the sheer excitement of being somewhere completely new, but every time I went on a trip in Banff, I was full of energy. One thing I really loved about it was that most of them are not really guided tours. You are kind of left to your own devices, w
I want to be more organised this year that I was last year. As such, I’m starting to plan things out officially. This includes all the potential travel I will be undertaking in 2019.
Looking back at 2018, I did quite a bit of travelling that is going to be hard to match going forward. I know the
City Of This, City Of That
Most cities are known for one thing, maybe two at most. Not Venice
All the photos in this post were taken with my favourite film camera; the Olympus 35RC
I’ve written about Venice on here before. The city had such an impact on me that it is now one of my five favou
In the video, I called it “Braodstairs”
but this specific beach is known as Kingsgate Bay.
It is a family friendly (including free-running dogs), sandy beach with clean water in Kingsgate, St. Peter’s Parish, Broadstairs, Kent. It (Kingsgate) was apparently so named due to the fact that King Cha
If you’re a lover of nature, are in England, and you need a short break,
then allow me to recommend to you, West Stow Pods.
From the wesbsite:
West Stow Pods is a family-run glamping site in the heart of Suffolk’s scenic countryside. Situated roughly four miles from East Anglia’s historic town o
There's a lot more to do in Seven Sisters Country Park
than stare at giant chalky white cliffs. There are walks, cycle routes, bird watching, canoeing, sailing, fishing and so much more.
The day had got even more beautiful than expected. The walk from the visitors centre to the sea front itse
Located within the South Downs National Park,
Seven Sisters Country Park has seven chalk cliffs covered by a chalky grassland. It is the perfect place for walking, running, cycling, birdwatching and other such activities. Certain parts of the water are also perfectly suited to canoeing.