Pico Ruivo

Madeira known for its beautiful gardens and flowers, such a lush green island but not quite the same as you head to pico ruivo, the highest peak on the island. After driving to what feels like the highest peak your four hour hike begins, we left the hotel with a temperature of 22 degrees C... Continue Reading →

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Pigs that swim

From my last blog you will no how we travelled to George Town and boarded our boat visiting several places iguana island being one of them. Now we were off to see the swimming pigs and nurse sharks. Close to pig island we could see a couple more boats in the distance. Tourists of course... Continue Reading →

Iguana island Bahamas

Flying from Miami to Bahamas we spend a few days in Nassau. It was amazing. Just what you would expect, amazing beaches, blue sea, the friendliest people and everything so vibrant. Not only did I want to visit Nassau one other main reason for going was to visit the swimming pigs on pig island. It... Continue Reading →

Walking with flamingos

One of my most favourite places I’ve ever been has to be Aruba, hands down. The main reason being flamingo beach on renaissance island. Getting there is fairly straight forward but you have to book. They only allow a set number of people over to the island which is around a 15/20 minute boat trip... Continue Reading →

East Winch. April tulips 🌷

East winch - a place I had seen on Instagram of many tulips. Which coincidentally happen to be my favourite flower. We drove to Norfolk which is isn’t too far from home in Cambridge. The field was fairly difficult to locate. It’s literally a field surrounded by hedges so it’s not that visible when driving... Continue Reading →

Tuscany’s secret.

 Driving through Tuscany, naturally in a Fiat 500 haha. The roads are Windy and the surroundings are green. It was quiet as it was Christmas Eve. driving for an hour or so we came across an amazing yet unexpected gem !! We could see it in the distance, a grey/ blue patch among the lush... Continue Reading →

Wales – more than just snowdonia.

You think wales , you think snowdonia and mount snowdon but there is so much more. One of my favourite places I’ve visited is Llanrwst, a small town. Along side the river there is a pretty little tea house. The thatched cottage is covered with climber plants. I was there around April and although it... Continue Reading →

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