“Baby boomers”, “empty nesters”, “silver surfers”, call us what you will. We travel, when we can and where we can.
Maybe it's just a local day trip, enjoying a meal and a walk by a canal. Perhaps it's a long haul to Hermanus, or a quick week in Switzerland. Wherever it may be we enjoy finding places where we can do the out of the ordinary.
Life is a journey. We aim to enjoy it in nice places, eating good food. Join us on some of our travels.
Where do we Travel?
Living in England we take the opportunities we can make to see this land where we have made our home.
Family and roots take us to southern Africa from time to time.
Europe is a big attraction for an odd week or weekend away.
When do we travel?
Preferably when there are no tourists and holidaying families.
How do we travel?
At home we are not above spending a few hours in the car just to go somewhere different. The train is a good plan too, sometimes, especially when London is a short train ride away.
Budget airlines do feature, but thoughts are moving to more trains!
After a long day's travel, a sundowner at the end of the day on a beach on the Isle of Wight. It was autumn, but still warm enough.
Classic Cars in the Brackley Piazza - 2019. I arrived a bit late, but, out of a turnout of over 120 cars, there were still a few left.
Merry Christmas, with and African Christmas sunrise.
Marathia Sunset - a photo taken off the Marathia Peninsula, Zakynthos Island
The Falkland Arms Pub in Great Tew, Oxfordshire. Being in Great Tew, we dropped into the Falkland arms for a Saturday light lunch. Good plan!
Zakynthos - taking an autumn break under the October sun at Kalamaki on the Greek Island of Zakynthos (Zante). An autumn getaway.
Camden - cranes and boats. And a tree. The view from a pub in Camden Market looking at new developments contrasting with the boats & stalls.
Travelling on the Underground in London I spotted this artistic Marble Arch station sign. A different approach welcoming us to Marble Arch.
We arrived back at our Airbnb in Glanmire to see this incredible view, looking towards Cork over the Glanmire Valley under a full moon.