Gold Hill is simply wonderful
One of the things I decided to do this year was join Postcrossing. I read about it and decided it was a fun thing to get involved with- and signed up. Do people send postcards anymore in this world of Instagram. Well here’s a different perspective on postcards. Postcrossing is a way of randomly exchanging…
The history of the Sacra Infermeria in Valletta is not to be missed.
Malta’s beautiful covered balconies are a feature of the towns.
A museum giving an insight into the resilience and courage of the Maltese people.
I can remember my grandfather talking with fondness about Malta. He had visited several times thanks to his Naval background but I thought of him as I visited some of Malta’s museums relating to World War Two. In some ways I wish I had listened more when he talked about his travels and I regret…
There’s nothing like watching the sun come up over Grand Harbour in Valletta.
Malta’s Christmas traditions are a delight to discover from glass trees to cribs.
A new museum in Dorset is one man’s collection of local fossils.
It’s not every day you find a vineyard with wonderful sparkling wine close to home
The South West Coastal Footpath is 630 miles long. I plan to walk the entire length in stages.
Lyme Regis is full of history, literary connections, fossils… and has a fabulous working watermill.