The best way to explore and to truly understand the world is on foot. I think it enhances your senses like no other method of travel, plus it’s easy [most of the time] and cheap with the comparison to different modes of travelling. We were on a roll with our walking and were in no… Continue reading Down by the Thames River x 2
What a surprise we had when extending our morning walk a few weeks back in Windlesham. Which required us to head over the motorway via a bridge, instead of doing the "circuit". It still needed us to go through the public pathways and through a paddock. At first, it looked like any other public footpath… Continue reading The Windlesham Arboretum walk
In Dalyan. Spring, not Summer. Warmish not HOT. More locals out walking than tourists. One more cat, albeit only a temporary visitor, had been added to the gang. Of course, you would remember the gang from our last visit here in the Summer of 2017. This visit could not be more opposite in weather conditions.… Continue reading Neighbourhood Walks – Iztuzu Beach & more
It was only a few weeks ago we were in France ambling along a few canals. As you may like to do when the sun is shining in the countryside of France, with its many small towns with canal ways. As we wandered down past the boats, "an old geezer", as he liked to describe… Continue reading Neighbourhood Walk – Moissac
Firstly, introductions to the loveable crew: Miss Dexter and Mr Toulouse, unfortunately, Mr Toulouse was unavailable for the photo shoot, he has declined the notoriety. In other words, I could not get him to stay still for even one moment. Mr Toulouse the black cat you are a nightmare to photograph. Though he does have… Continue reading Neighbourhood Walks – Espalais
As you know, we were in Portugal, to be more precise approximately 7kms from Ourique, heading inland, for a few weeks in September and have now completed our first housesit in this intriguing country.
It's 5 am, our alarm has gone off.