This is Cornwall, so Trerice Manor is naturally frequented by otherworldly beings. Here, it’s the ghosts of a servant girl and a stable boy.
Much can be said about cruise ships and their impact on ports in small countries, environmentally and visually. Sitting at a cafe in Devonport in 2003, all of a sudden a huge, white monster wall appeared before us, above the house tops. It was The World, then the world’s largest cruise ship, passing through the […]
Devil’s Bridge (Welsh: Pontafyrnach, ‘the bridge over the Mynach’) is enchanting and eerie, and an absolute must if you’re in Aberystwyth.
Newquay for kids essentially means Newquay Zoo. And cartwheels on the beach. Else, this is Cornwall’s surfing mecca, and all that comes with it.
The Hemingway House: A story about Ernest Hemingway could easily include subtitles about his books, his children, his wives, his travels, his cats…
Jamaica Inn has a fascinating location and history. Situated on Cornwall’s deliciously eerie Bodmin Moor, this is a coaching inn from 1750.
Driving along the coast, we spotted a sign for Kyle of Lochalsh, landing stage for the short ferry ride to the Isle of Skye.