Being a solo traveller I have often, inadvertently, been the third wheel of many a romantic date. Drinks whilst watching the fountains in Las Vegas – I’ll be sharing the table with you both, tuc tuc ride for two up a mountain – budge over I’m coming with you, romantic evening watching the sunset in … More Love & the solo traveller – an apology
There appear to be two types of people in January – those who make new year resolutions and are excited about new beginnings and challenges and those for whom January is a cold dark month of blues and being skint. Every year I try to be one of the positive types. This past week I’ve … More January – a series of false starts
Blimey, I’m a lucky bugger. This year, for that bit in between Christmas and New Year when no one knows what day it is and we can still have chocolate for breakfast, I’ve escaped and I feel so lucky. At the last minute, I booked a little cottage in Roslin village in Scotland with a … More A couple of days of pure Hygge in Scotland
Beautiful drone footage of Venice Beach- filmed by the talented Robert McIntosh.
On my first solo trip, not in Europe, I stayed here for for the first couple of nights. Waking up on that first morning, after my first long haul flight in over twenty five years, it felt like a huge achievement and remembering it still makes me smile.