Something New, Something Old, and, a little of something in between. As we head from North to South, we are taking another different route back down the line. This time it will include a sharp right turn into a part of the United Kingdom we have yet to explore in depth. That happens to be… Continue reading Postcards from Devon
After our second night staying at the Tankersley Manor, which by the way is a very convenient place to explore The Peak District, without the high price of staying inside that area. It was time to leave South Yorkshire and head further North. From south to north, has been a regular trip over the years… Continue reading Roadtrip – Surrey to Nth Yorkshire Pt 2
When do most inspiring ideas occur? For us, it would seem they pop up when we least expect it. The Wandering Hobo idea germinated in 2007, while trying to relax during a coffee break on the deck overlooking all the work that needed to be done that day, on our small orchard/farm. It was also… Continue reading Motorhoming – The beginning
Spain usually equates to sun, warmth and olive trees? Not particularly covered in snow?
Firstly, before we arrived in Madrid, we spent two days in Dubai. The reason being is that we really thought we should break up another of our long-haul trips.
Santa Claus did live in Turkey. Though it's not the same Santa Claus, you think it is. What great memories of childhood are conjured up when remembering this fat jolly man, his elves, and the flying reindeer and of course those huge big sacks full of presents. Every year around Christmas time, millions of parents across… Continue reading Did Santa Claus live in Turkey?
On a warm sunny Thursday morning in mid-June, we departed Pamukkale with a touch of eagerness as we were heading to the coast. It did seem such a long time since we had ventured near the sea or wet our toes in the cool, soothing water. In the meantime, we had approx 300kms of countryside… Continue reading The Summer Roadtrip – Kas, Turkey Pt3