There’s a tradition that Heather and I visit Rochester each year. Normally we try and go around March time, or in the summer, but this year Heather’s foot trouble and operation had delayed us getting there, to the point we were getting worried we wouldn’t make it. We finally did Continue reading …
Only a couple of weeks or so after our Heather and I found ourselves heading that direction again. This time, however, we went further, to a different country even. For we returned to where we began—the Scottish capital of Edinburgh.
A journey north with friends to see an exhibition that seemed only half there. Much tourism of city and coast was had anyway Continue reading
Having gone to Dover last year we found we missed our trip to Hastings that much we just had to return this year. So it was that Heather & I found ourselves negotiating the trains to the south coast rain. Continue reading
An overnight break in the once coastal town of Rye, with pretty buildings, a lovely pub and a castle Continue reading
Our yearly pilgrimage to Rochester Castle succeeds at the second attempt! Continue reading
Bank holidays bring castles, at least in my world. This time the castle was part of a short break to the port of Dover. We wandered town, stayed overnight and had a look at a wonderful castle. Continue reading
Yey, off to see a castle!
A trip to Newcastle, and even further north. With lots and lots of snowdogs! Continue reading
Once upon a year, in something that has become a tradition for Heather and I (after our ) there is a . This year’s was , along with a couple of WAY friends.