Tag Archive: nature

Nice brew in the great outdoors

Our first camping trip of the year was back around Easter time, when we travelled down to East Sussex to test out the new tent and the double sleeping bag, in somewhat frosty conditions… Continue reading

Winter walk around Panshanger Park, Hertfordshire

Panshanger park in Hertfordshire has just this year reopened as public access land after years of being privately held by a tarmac company. Currently only one third of the park land is open to the public, and some of its… Continue reading

Instagramming Hertfordshire, England

Palmenhaus Schoenbrunn, Vienna

I absolutely loved the Palmenhaus in Vienna, which we made part of our day in and around the palace grounds at Schoenbrunn. Flowers and plants from across the globe are grown here in… Continue reading

Working off xmas excess in the Peak District, England

I started this morning off with a hearty full English breakfast at the comfotable Gables B&B near Matlock in the Derbyshire Peak District. And once loaded up on coffee, I headed down to… Continue reading

Ramla Bay, Gozo, Malta

Close to the small town of Xagħra in Gozo, Malta, you will find a long windy road down to a large, wide bay of rich red sand. As one of the only sandy beaches… Continue reading

DWEJRA BAY, GOZO (PART 2)

The inland sea at Dwejra, Gozo, was created by an entire cave system collapsing in on itself, and is connect to the sea by a narrow cave through the rocks. It is a… Continue reading

Dwejra Bay, Gozo (Part 1)

Having just returned from the beautiful Maltese island of Gozo I could not wait to share with you some of the amazing places I visited on this tiny island in the Med. First… Continue reading

Koh Pangnan, Thailand

I only spent a couple of days on Koh Pangnan, Thailand between visiting Koh Tao and whizzing across the mainland to explore the Phi Phi islands. We heard it was full moon party… Continue reading

Atlas Mountains, Morocco

I found myself on a quite insufferable excursion from Marrakesh, heading up to the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, which stopped at every half-hearted museum, rip-off produce shop and cafe with a view and a… Continue reading