Welcome

Enjoy my travel blog…

Delightful Dartmouth

A regular destination on my meanderings and one of my favourite spots in England is what I consider to be ...
Read More

Dreamy Dunster Didn’t Dim

Living in Somerset I cannot ignore the charms of Dreamy Dunster any longer. The charms of this medieval village with ...
Read More

Marvellous Mottisfont

After being let down yet again by today’s youth at my place of work, and rather than rush home to ...
Read More

Timeless Tyneham

Before 1943, Tyneham was a  simple working village with farming and fishing being the main industries/sources of livelihood. Then Churchill ...
Read More

New York, New York

Normally I take myself away at Christmas. This year, due to the financial climate and it being a tough year, ...
Read More

Stunning Salisbury

If the name Salisbury doesn’t resonate with you, what bubble have you been hiding in this year? Sadly, you probably ...
Read More

Thanks, Bankes

On my way home from work today I was distracted by a near perfect rainbow. By the time I found ...
Read More

Romsey Ramble

Located 7 miles northwest of Southampton and 11 miles southwest of Winchester and sitting on the banks of the River ...
Read More

Charming Cotehele

A flying visit after work didn’t do this place the justice it no doubt deserves - as a result a return to this charming ...
Read More

Boring Buckfast

The second abbey visit from my wanderings to Dartmoor. This is a complete and utter contrast to my meanderings around ...
Read More

a Winchester Walk

I’m so glad I made the drive to Winchester. I had been before, but I couldn’t remember anything of this ...
Read More

Drinking Dublin

A small capital city with a huge reputation, it attracts visitors from far and wide. When the city is alive its ...
Read More

Totnes Town

I’m very lucky. In order to do my work, I have to fetch myself to yet another delightful English town ...
Read More

Outstanding Oxford

I have a soft spot for Oxford. I had been taken there as a kid on a number of occasions ...
Read More

Built in Belfast

The first of my four ‘Capitals of the UK’ blog takes me on a short flight across the Irish Sea ...
Read More

Brunel’s Bristol

Bristol has been a huge part of my life, and it saddens me that it has only taken me until ...
Read More

Deer Dyrham

On this visit to a National Trust property I wasn’t sure what was the greater attraction-the deer that reside in ...
Read More

Top notch Tavistock

I’m very lucky that I get to travel with my work around this wonderful county. Today was no exception as ...
Read More

Drake’s Digs

My latest National Trust blog concerns a visit to Buckland Abbey. On first hearing the name I expected to be visiting a  religious ruin. Not ...
Read More

City of trees!

My latest adventure has been across the Atlantic to the southern state of Georgia, and to its capital city, Atlanta ...
Read More
Loading...