The Escape by C L Taylor

I was thrilled to the very last word …. thank you C L Taylor. This book is a physochological thriller designed to make you question each character and every plot line. We are introduced to Jo a rather nervous mum of Elise. It seems she has every reason to be nervous as Paula a middle […]

My travel calling

Some people have a calling to join the church, to help others less fortunate or to nurse the sick. My calling is somewhat selfish I am called to travel and as I get older I feel time is running out and so the calling is getting stronger and the desire greater to see the rest […]

Compass

As a geographer and passionate traveller the word  Compass is embedded in my psyche. We should use compass directions in our every day language when we talk about where a place is located, are we travelling north or south for example. Very often the uninitiated will say  that Brighton is below London….well of course they […]

Travel Bliss

Travel Bliss Bliss can mean different things to different people. Bliss to me means sinking into the settee at the end of a working day with a cup of coffee and complete silence. In my head currently   I feel to achieve ultimate bliss  I need to be travelling. Bliss is when I travel Business Class and I […]

Castle Hill, Budapest.

Key Points Location Transport Highlights What to see and do   Highlights for me in this area were the stained glass windows in Mathias Church and the views from the Fisherman’s Bastion Budapest is dissected by the River Danube, originally two settlements Buda and Pest and now a top tourist city break in Hungary in […]