If you’re anything like me, and let’s face it, if you’re reading this trash I call a blog you probably are, you’ll see those beautiful photos of those skinny celebrities in their tiny shorts hiking around Los Angeles and think “Why, when I take photos on a walk with my friends does it never look … More Travel | Hiking To The Hollywood Sign – Los Angeles, California
With all the sights of London so nearby it’s very easy to just take them for granted so I made a concerted effort on the weekend following the 20th Anniversary of the death of Princess Diana to experience more of London and did so, by following The Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Walk through some … More Travel | The Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Walk – London
I can quite understand why this might seem like an odd choice of activity when exploring Edinburgh but equally, a group of around 40 people waited patiently at 3.00pm on a brisk March morning to begin The Potter Trail, a free walking tour of Edinburgh which took us round the sights associated, one way or another, with the … More Travel| Edinburgh – The Potter Trail
Before we owned a dog, I assumed ‘walkies’ would be an easy breezy task. Just pop the lead on, skip out of the door and everyone would have a jolly good time. However it soon became apparent that it’s not quite that simple and that learning how to make walks a fun, safe and stimulating … More Doggy Do and Doggy Don’t.
It’s very easy to write about London as being a busy and dreary town where the skies are grey, the rain is cold and constant and the residents are gloomy but when spring arrives a refreshed and cheerful city awakens. We know our limitations as a city. We know the sunshine hours are short, that … More Travel Tuesday: London in Spring