The Island of Tears was created from compassion in Minsk.
Minsk is a fascinating city to explore- even on a cold day
There are hundreds of statues in London- some more famous than others. But how many do you think are dedicated to women?You can almost count them on the fingers of your hand. It all began when I was sitting in a meeting in Central London which had a park outside. During lunch a colleague and…
There are secrets beneath the streets of London. The Mithraeum is one of London’s newer attractions and is free.
Liberation Day is a special commemoration in Holland. The historic walk can be done at any time through the year
The Anne Frank House is a journey back to one of my all time favourite books.
Climbing Englands tallest cathedral spire is a great way to see the city from a new perspective. But the higher you go the more there is to discover about the building’s past.
The Shrouds of the Somme artwork is a poignant display and commemorates the 72396 men who died at the Battle of the Somme who have no known grave.
It’s a long hot climb up Lion Rock, but worth the effort.
There’s so much more to see at Bath’s Roman Baths than a pool
Bogota felt like an immense treasure trove of history and culture just waiting to be explored. After all this is the land of El Dorado.The Gold Museum is perhaps one of the city’s most famous attractions. With over 34,000 pieces of history relating to gold in Colombia this is one of the world’s greatest museums…
Snaking across the sands at Marazion the causeway to St Michael’s Mount only reveals itself at low tide. As a child I was captivated by the castle in the sea in Mounts Bay. Overlooking the town of Marazion and dominating Mount’s Bay St Michael’s Mount looks like a fairytale castle in the sea. I used…