Came across a lot of art on the Waterfront area of Cape Town, here are a few of my favourite photos. Especially loved the rhino’s!
Broadgate of a weekend is quiet as the city workers are resting which means visitors can navigate the pavements and stop and stare at the amazing buildings where old meets new at almost every corner. Liverpool Street Station might not be quite as big and grand as Waterloo or St Pancras but the Victorian style building […]
Every cloud has a silver lining, my existing carrier connection had been missed due to a late take off at Heathrow but we were transferred to South African Airways to complete our journey to Cape Town. Despite the heavy rain and grey clouds outside we were treated to a warm and sunny welcome from the […]
It’s been a while Stockbridge but the reunion of The Grey Traveller and this perfect Hampshire village was sweet. The windows were festive, the retailers cheery and The Three Cups welcoming with warmth, good food and great cheer. Here are a few of my favourite photos. Happy Christmas.
When you have had a full day in a theme park and the feet are throbbing a grey girl has to do what a grey girl has to do and that is find a cocktail in a bar with the right ambience ……. and in no particular order ………… my cocktail highlights were ………. The […]
Stay in the Titanic Quarter which is quiet for sleeping but still within easy walking distance of major attractions. Close to the best attraction (Titanic Museum), exhibition centre and the SSE Arena. Use taxis from the airport as they are cheap. £6 from George Best Airport to the Titanic Quarter. Save the Titanic Museum until it […]
No I hadn’t heard of Nafpaktos either! ……..but so glad that I have now. Just over a two and half hour easy drive from the mighty Athens this coastal region on the Gulf of Corinth boasts history and quiet fishing villages topped off with sunshine and glorious creamy feta cheese. We stayed at Nafpaktos Villa which was a twenty […]