Just returned from a great American road trip (Houston to Miami) after a break from the states for four years. I duly completed my ESTA form online pre flying and had been given approval. Myself and friends joined the long queue or should I say we got ‘in line‘ and duly waited to use the […]
This is not strictly a Grey Traveller tale but one I’m sure will be of interest in many corners of the globe. In the UK we are being reminded from time to time that our bees are at risk. We all know that if we lose our bees we lose the process of pollination, we […]
Oxford is one of my favourite city’s and having not visited for some years a recent day trip opened my eyes up once again. If you want more information about any of the photos please leave a comment below.
If you are on the ‘overseas tour’ and find yourself with only a few hours in Oxford don’t despair, you can get a true taste if you pick the right route round the city! This guide will take in a handful of colleges, some unusual shops and cafes and the river. You will feel all […]
Bicycles are synonymous with Oxford, they are everywhere! They are the go to method of transport for many. It’s aways been a cheap way for students to get around town from digs to college and now I’m sure many locals use them to avoid traffic congestion. Walking round the city I saw lots of signs […]
It’s been a year and yes I miss Vietnam…. in fact I miss Asia big time as it hasn’t been on my travel schedule this year….. but hey here’s one post I missed so humour me and read this whilst I wallow in my memories of a great day out. Les Rives Experiences collected us from […]
Only being a young child when the Vietnam War was raging I had to admit my knowledge about it was very slim. However our guide ‘Kitty Kat’ made sure we enjoyed our day, learned about the area and went away understanding a little more about what the locals called ‘The American War’. We were collected […]