The most memorable eating experiences are often as much about the moment and the unlikely location as the food itself – as these delicious encounters prove
World’s first public exhibit of juvenile olms, mysterious underground amphibians, will open on 11 June in Slovenia’s famous Postojna Cave
Hotels, campsites – and campervan rentals – reopened on 4 July
Cocktails on a deck by the Saigon river, a beer on a Portuguese cliff face, and a Belgian bar that might leave you shoeless.
The scholar and opera singer who sneaked into Tibet in the 1920s was also an anarchist, ran a casino and adopted a Buddhist monk
Travel is an amazing privilege, you probably realise that now you’ve been deprived of it. I know I do. We should never take it for granted. I travel because my own father always said he would travel after he’d retired, but he never got the chance because he died from cancer when he was 49.Continue reading “Julian’s Journeys”
The Transylvanian-born orphan was sold to an English traveller, with whom she discovered the wonders of Africa, married and fought to abolish slavery
I have added some of my images to the PicFair site. The photos include images of Leon in Spain, Symi in the Dodecanese Islands, the Titanic Centre in Belfast, the Callanish Standing Stones on Lewis, The Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, Dunluce Castle in Antrim, and The Giant’s Causeway. You can see them here
The author recalls dawn starts, oven-hot air and the chorus of cicadas that accompanied his walk through the hills north of Rome
Hotels, campsites – and campervan rentals – are planning to reopen on 4 July.