After four years of living in England there remains one element of English life and culture that I still find somewhat baffling – tea.
“This is a smoke-free environment” the sign says as we enter St.George’s Market on our first Saturday in Belfast.
There are few visitor attractions that I can recommend more enthusiastically than the Eden Project. I would visit it everyday if I could
Along the beautifully re-developed sea front in Zadar, Croatia you are treated to a feast for all the senses. The best time to visit is just before sunset, when the area comes alive with sights, sounds and people.
Hello there, it’s been awhile. Sorry about that. Sometimes life gets in the way of blog writing and over the last few weeks that had been more than true.
We travel light on most of our trips – a combination of an effort to live more minimally and that we’re too cheap to pay for checked luggage on European discount airlines.
I’m not going to lie, until about a month ago I had never heard of Zadar. There, now you don’t have to feel bad that you have no idea what or where I’m talking about.
If there was going to be a silver lining to the fog and rain that we were met with on the morning that we planned to visit the famous Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia it was that hopefully it wouldn’t be too busy.
I’m not going to lie, our trip to Croatia didn’t go exactly to plan.
Boats and I really aren’t friends. It isn’t anything personal, on my part anyway, it’s just that they make me sick. I love to be in the water, but floating atop glistening waves just turns my stomach into a cramping and heaving mass