Posted in April 2012

Zermatt is Cool on the Slopes and Off

Zermatt is Cool on the Slopes and Off

Zermatt is hugely popular with skiers, but there’s more to Zermatt holidays than the slopes. Holidays in Zermatt are enchanting for being a perfect combination of gentle, old-world Switzerland and the fast-paced modern Switzerland you find in most of the country.

Down to the Bare Bones – Sedlec Ossuary, Czech Republic

Down to the Bare Bones – Sedlec Ossuary, Czech Republic

We board a train on a cold morning in Prague and head off into the Czech countryside to Kutná Hora, a city in the Central Bohemian Region. After a quiet and uneventful train ride we alight on the train platform and set off to discover the gruesome spectacle that hides within the suburbs

Photo Friday #18 – Time/clocks

Photo Friday #18 – Time/clocks

Today I would like to introduce you to the first and second most photographed clocks in the UK! Oh the things that someone feels compelled to quantify. I’m not sure how one determines such things but I’ll go along with it for now, it seems harmless enough.

Seasonal Baking – Rhubarb Crumble Muffins

Seasonal Baking – Rhubarb Crumble Muffins

One of the best things about spring is rhubarb, and rhubarb is something that the English know something about. In Canada you get the standard rhubarb pie and crumble, but here in the UK you can get rhubarb and custard candies, rhubarb yogurt, rhubarb chutney, and you can even find it along side dinner

Photo Friday #17 – Balls!

Photo Friday #17 – Balls!

Yes, you read that right. Today’s #frifotos theme is balls. This photograph was taken between St. Paul’s Cathedral (only weeks prior to its occupation) and the Millennium Bridge in London. As soon as I saw this giant mirror balls I had to take a photograph.