Time Travel Thursdays: Indian Moments Part Four

It’s hard to nail down what makes Mumbai – formerly Bombay – such a likeable city. If you’ve ever read the brilliant book Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts, you might get some inkling through his descriptive prose. ‘More dreams are realised and extinguished in Bombay than any other place in India,’ Roberts writes. Mumbai is […]


The Lost Gardens of Heligan

We stumbled across The Lost Gardens of Heligan around six years ago after finding a leaflet in the local tourist office. We decided to spend the day there even though we didn’t really know what to expect and, I recall to this day, how we were both blown away by the beauty of this botanical garden. At the end of […]


A Visit To St Ives

After having a fun time at Land’s End we were famished and, even though it was still a good 45 minute drive  away, we decided to head to the seaside town of St Ives, for some lunch and a mooch about its pretty cobbled streets, quaint shops, the harbour and the beach. There’s no denying St Ives’ appeal. For […]


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