12 extraordinary structures around Wales

Wales might be small, but for its size it “hides” a surprisingly large amount of historic structures and ruins – from castles to cathedrals and Victorian piers. Far too many to list them… Continue reading

Live from… Wales: from capital to coastline

From my little window I can currently see and hear how the wind shakes the nearby trees, that are slowly changing from green to shades of red and gold. The sky has been… Continue reading

Live from… Bath: Until next time sweetheart

It’s never easy to say goodbye. It’s actually one of the only downsides of travelling. Saying goodbye to people and places. So I always like to leave the doors open and replace goodbye… Continue reading

Brighton from a new perspective: British Airways i360

Imagine if you could board a transparent UFO and see your city from the sky? You can if you live in Brighton, just a one hour journey from London and 30 minutes from… Continue reading

7 reasons why you should visit Isle of Man

The Isle of Man. Do you know where it is? If you’re not British there’s a good chance you have to check the map, to find this smal self-governing island in the middle… Continue reading

5 insider tips to highly addictive cafés in Madrid

While living in the Spanish capital I spent many days writing in the city’s atmospheric cafés, and over the years I have added several of them to my “collection” of favouites. So, I… Continue reading

E-D-I-N-B-U-R-G-H spelled with 9 adjectives

Earlier this year, after experiencing an epic railway adventure through the Scotttish Highlands, I had the pleasure of re-discovering the country’s magnificent capital of Edinburgh. A city I briefly called “home” for two… Continue reading

By train in Scotland: 9 great reasons to travel on the West Highland Line

There’s nothing like a good old train adventure, and the Scottish Highland is definitely not the worst place go on one. A place where you can take in all the beauty from your… Continue reading

Fuente Dé: Cantabrian cable car adventure

The region of Cantabria covers eastern and southern parts of Spain’s spectacular National Park Picos de Europa. A rugged land of mountains, canyons and a wild nature which is far from the golden… Continue reading

Isle of Man: Go sea-exploring with Shona

Shona is patiently waiting in the little harbour of Port Erin – her home near the southern tip of the Isle of Man. A self-governing island under the crown of the UK. From… Continue reading