It was raining when we got into Paris. A slow, steady drizzle that reminded me of November exactly three years ago when I lived here (more…)
I have this slight obsession with deer. They are my favourite animal. When Christmas and New Year come around, I see them as fair game to indulge my dream of actually being a deer. So you can imagine my delight when someone brought this deer park in Japan to my attention. The deer here are so tame that YOU CAN ACTUALLY HUG THEM AND PET THEM AND TAKE SELFIES WITH THEM. I mean, it is literally the dream. These are probably the best deer selfies ever taken. I have selfie envy. Welcome to the legendary Nara Deer Park in Japan. (more…)
About two years ago, not long before this blog was born, I was curled up in bed reading the book to my favourite film, ‘Gone With The Wind’ by Margaret Mitchell. Intrigued by the hooped skirts and corseted dresses, along with the old-style Southern etiquette and chivalry I love so well, I turned to Pinterest for a few more pictures. Little did I know that I would stumble upon this fascinating lady and her family – Atlanta Goodwin, husband Jordan and little ones Marian, Alan and Elsie. (more…)
Juust to give you a taster of what’s coming up, I’ve found training courses with seal pups in Cornwall, leading horse treks in Madagascar, and whale-watching in Yorkshire. It’s kind of amazing what you can do on a budget. #budgetlearners Enjoy! And let me know which training course you choose!
Okay, so how do I know that this is the perfect trip for people who are penniless, in desperate need of a holiday, and need to be in cities where they are surrounded by green? Because if I can do it on the tightest budget ever, then you can do it too! (more…)
Here are three reasons that I am truly envious of this Mongolian tribe. (more…)
Eco-friendly, self-sufficient, and off the beaten track – these types of communities have always fascinated me. What do they do? What do they eat? How do they get along? And, more importantly, could I do it?
I wanted to write about this whilst it was still fresh in my mind… (more…)