Sunrise at Stonehenge – inside the stone circle

Sunrise at Stonehenge – inside the stone circle

The air was chill but the rising sun surprisingly bright as we reached Stonehenge at a much-too-early hour when any sensible person would have still been in bed. Everything around... 

Dancing with Darwin: an unforgettable week in the Galapagos

Dancing with Darwin: an unforgettable week in the Galapagos

In this article, our guest author, Kate Convissor, shares an unforgettable week in the Galapagos, with pristine beaches, aquamarine seas and of course the birds, seals and other wildlife. Most... 

13 stories from my charity visit to India – going off the tourist trail

13 stories from my charity visit to India – going off the tourist trail

I’ve been to India three times now but not once have I had my photo taken in front of the Taj Mahal. I haven’t visited the pink city of Jaipur or floated on the backwaters... 

Sea views and springtime in St Mawes – our weekend in Cornwall

Sea views and springtime in St Mawes – our weekend in Cornwall

There’s something magical about waking up in Cornwall in springtime with a view of the Fal estuary from your bedroom window. “Tide’s in” says Guy as we open... 

Six of the best coffees around the world

Six of the best coffees around the world

Are you a coffee lover like me? It’s the aroma of freshly ground coffee beans that hits your nose first and then you take a sip of hot, sweet coffee. Ahhh, the day starts to... 

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Sunrise at Stonehenge – inside the stone circle Sunrise at Stonehenge – inside the stone circle

The air was chill but the rising sun surprisingly bright as we reached Stonehenge... 

Dancing with Darwin: an unforgettable week in the Galapagos Dancing with Darwin: an unforgettable week in the Galapagos

In this article, our guest author, Kate Convissor, shares an unforgettable week in... 

13 stories from my charity visit to India – going off the tourist trail 13 stories from my charity visit to India – going off the tourist trail

I’ve been to India three times now but not once have I had my photo taken in... 

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Six of the best coffees around the world Six of the best coffees around the world

Are you a coffee lover like me? It’s the aroma of freshly ground coffee beans... 

Where Heather travelled in 2014 Where Heather travelled in 2014

As we see out the old year and bring in the new, there’s something of a tradition... 

The adventures of an Englishman and a Sogreni bicycle in Copenhagen The adventures of an Englishman and a Sogreni bicycle in Copenhagen

In this guest article, my husband Guy shares the story of his holiday romance with... 

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Podcast 28 – My Rhine River Cruise – a week of history, wine and music Podcast 28 – My Rhine River Cruise – a week of history, wine and music

In this Travel Podcast Episode 28, you’ll hear about the Rhine River cruise that I took in May with my husband Guy with Lüftner Cruises.  I talk about the pretty riverside towns we visited on our cruise from Basel to Cologne, about the food, the wine and above all the history of this fascinating... [Read more of this review]

27 – Cool-hunting in Tokyo – food, fashion and street-style with La Carmina – Podcast 27 – Cool-hunting in Tokyo – food, fashion and street-style with La Carmina – Podcast

In Travel Podcast Episode 27, I talk to La Carmina; fashion blogger, TV host and expert in Japanese street style, about Tokyo. We find out where to shop if you’d like to dress in Gothic style or as an antique doll from the forest. Hear about the Tokyo theme restaurants that will give you a night... [Read more of this review]

26 – My charity visit to India – podcast 26 – My charity visit to India – podcast

In Podcast 26 I spend a week in India, visiting a charity project that I support through my church here in Bristol. From Hyderabad we travelled to Kurnool with our contact Father Pratap Reddy and visited some of the villages where he is supporting the education of the poorest children and developing... [Read more of this review]

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