Every so often I remember the small gem which is the Postal Museum. We've visited a couple of times over the course of about 18 months and enjoyed different parts of it each time. The Postal Museum is set out over two buildings (across the street from each other) and includes exhibition spaces, the Mail… Continue reading Postal Museum and Sorted!
What?: Four days in the Cotswolds - doing some gentle walking, eating, pub visiting, and checking out the distinctive architecture in mostly beautiful Spring weather. Where and When?: May 2019 - based in Stow-on-the-Wold and staying at The Stag at Stow. Rented a car and drove around to checkout Cirencester, Cheltenham, Upper and Lower Slaughter, Oddington,… Continue reading The Cotswolds in May
While we had family visiting, it felt like a great opportunity to head to Rotterdam (where my grandparents were from) to see some of the places where they grew up, and of course eat some traditional Dutch delicacies... After a very smooth trip on the Eurostar, first stop was finding our accommodation. Traveling with C… Continue reading Spring in Rotterdam
It's fair to say that my husband and I have limited patience for the long commute.... this has made deciding where to live (in both Melbourne and London) an interesting exercise in priorities. Close to the city and our jobs could mean small, dark, noisy.... further out would mean - the long commute (often with… Continue reading Melbourne – a highly curated Inner North Guide
As we get closer to the end of the year I've been starting to plan trips for next year... it can be oddly difficult to choose destinations, especially when you're spoilt for choice living in London -the whole of Europe is Right. There. Not to mention all that the UK has to offer of course… Continue reading Travel inspiration – where do you find yours?