Time for a spot of camping in brilliant Cornwall. It’s easy to fall in love with Cornwall. I did this on my first visit to Cornwall in 1985.
Two years since visiting England and now it’s time to return for an English summer jaunt.
Claimed as “the largest green-field music and performing arts festival in the world”, you have to attend the incredible Glastonbury Festival with over 200,000 revellers, at least once in your lifetime!
Continue reading “Glastonbury Festival – Sweltering in 2019!”
It was with great trepidation that I finally decided on a brief return to England and its South-west. Continue reading “Quick jaunt in England’s South-west”
Landed back in Southwest England for only a short stay, until the start of the next travel Chapter…catching the ferry to Cherbourg (France) and driving to Italy; again.
Porte de Lyon, France is almost the half-way mark of the over 2,300-kilometre drive from Italy to the UK. The objective is to drive the whole distance in 9 days.
With my expired visa and the thought of deportation lingering in the back of my mind, the day to start the long drive back from Italy to the UK is here…
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With the dramatic Amalfi Coast just a 1.5-hour drive from Naples, how could anyone bypass this famous romantic destination?
Not only is Rome’s Ostia a residential area with kilometres of beachfront, this town is renown as Rome’s ancient port city. Whilst heading south to the outskirts of Naples, the city of Pozzuoli is known for its steaming volcanic crater and ancient ruins.
From Italy’s most famous and stunning Cinque Terre coastline, to Tuscany’s unknown but beautiful hamlet of Giannella and lakeside town of Orbetello.
I’d heard so much about Italy’s rugged although stunning Cinque Terre coastline, hugged by centuries’ old colourful fishing villages – but nothing prepares you for its magical beauty and quaintness.
Deciding to leave beautiful Pegli to head for the small town of Deiva Marina in La Spezia province, little did we know it would be deserted and have this place almost all to ourselves, or do we?