Travel

Clock at Musee D'Orsay
I love travelling; discovering new places and revisiting old favourites. I particularly love France, having spent some time there when younger. I’ve even created a blog to record my French travels. Click here to visit French Rambles. So even though Europe is a never ending, expensive flight from Perth (nearly 20 hours) I still never pass up the opportunity to go whenever I can.

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A Quick Tour of New Zealand in Pictures (and some words!)

New Zealand is one of the most stunningly beautiful countries I’ve visited with its craggy mountains and glaciers in the South Island and the boiling geysers and rolling hills of the North Island. Read More »

8 Simple, Yet Amazingly Practical Travel Tips

Off on a long flight or journey? Check out these awesome tips to make your trip smoother and hassle-free. Read More »

9 Super Helpful Tips To Lift Your Travel Photos From Umm to Awesome!

Are you happy with your travel photos? If the answer is no, check out these super simple tips and tricks to shoot travel photos you can be proud of.Read More »

Afternoon Tea at Betty's in Yorkshire

If you're visiting York then afternoon tea at Betty's is a wonderful treat. Find out more about this iconic British institution. Read More »

10 Quite interesting facts about London

London is an amazing City but how well do you know it? Check out these ten fun, little-known facts!Read More »

Discover Perth - 7 Fun Facts

Perth is a place that many people know very little about - discover 7 fun facts about this fabulous city. Read More »

Discovering Vindolanda in the Rain

I've never seen Hadrian's Wall. So when, during an autumnal visit to Northumberland in England, I was given the opportunity to join a party planning a gentle stroll around a section of Hadrian's Wall I eagerly accepted.Read More »

A Weekend at Langley Castle

Langley Castle in Northumberland  was built in 1350 by Sir Thomas de Lucy.  Set in 10 acres of beautiful gardens and woodlands, it is now a popular hotel. With its seven-foot-thick walls, big log fires and cosy atmosphere the Castle is a peaceful refuge to escape the world for a while.Read More »

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