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This week… escape to the forest, architectural details and space travel


  • This week… escape to the forest, architectural details and space travel
    I’m invited to experience forest bathing, explore some atmospheric castle ruins and tuck into a delicious lunch at a luxury country hotel. Things are looking up!
  • This week… boats, barnacles and beachcombing
    As long as I can remember The Great British Seaside has been a staple in my travel life. Despite lounging on many wonderful beaches in Croatia, Egypt, Italy, Spain, Turkey and elsewhere, there’s nowhere quite like home for being beside the sea. The English coast is often symbolised by fish’n’chips and buckets and spades but there’s so much more with wide open sandy beaches to …
  • This week… Monaco, Muddler’s and A Midsummer Night’s Dream
    We’re apparently now in a third wave pandemic in the UK but having made a bid for total freedom in recent weeks, it feels as though folks are determined to hold on to the promises of summer. This week I enjoyed a first pub lunch in more than a year (I never thought I’d write that sentence), a second hair cut and a coffee out, …
  • Gustave Moreau: The Fables at Waddesdon Manor
    A new exhibition opens today at Waddesdon Manor featuring 35 exotic watercolours seen in public for the first time in over one hundred years. The works were created by Gustave Moreau, one of the most influential artists of the French Symbolist movement, between 1879 and 1885.
  • This week… summer in the cities
    This week I’m at a bit of a loss as to what to write about, I simply don’t feel the love. It’s June already and in the UK the summer passes so quickly. I mean to make the most of each and every day. So here, I’m taking time out to simply appreciate the beauty I’ve been enjoying close to home while we wait for …

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