Well hello there! Remember me? I’m the person who used to write this little blog with some semblance of regularity. Not so recently, well for the past year.
Getting a grey and rainy day while on holiday is always disappointing. Sometimes, however, with grey skies come rainbows – one of nature’s most magical spectacles.
Heston Blumenthal, revered for being one of the most inventive chefs on the planet, has set his sights on airport dining – can he improve on the standard soggy airport offerings?
Normally my posts are effusive in their praise for the many and varied attractions and locations I have visited on my travels…but not this one!
After four hours of driving through the impossibly flat Canadian Prairies just about any change would have been notable, but to come upon a landscape like this was awe-inspiring.
It’s like stepping onto another planet or into another world.
Yesterday a miracle happened, something that I never thought would actually come to pass.
At 5pm on May 25th, 2014 our ferry pulled away from the dock in Cherbourg and our five month adventure in France was over.
And we’re back for the second installment of the series 24 Hours in Barcelona!
“España 140km”, the sign said as we drove down the highway from our temporary home in Pezenas. 140km?! That’s nothing, I thought.
We are currently calling a small town outside of Narbonne home. The village of Moussan has a population of just over 1,000 souls and you are most likely to be woken by the squawking of chickens or the rumble of tractors