Road trip through South Eastern Pennsylvania

South Eastern Pennsylvania is a land of gently rolling hills with narrow twisting lanes, shaded by oak forests. In many ways it reminds me of the countryside in the South of England and it also has its share of historic Inns. Kennett Square Kennett Square After the city claustrophobia of Philadelphia, it’s a welcome breath [Read More]

Guide to Murren and its newly opened Thrill…

Hikers should hot-foot it to Murren in the Swiss Alps this summer. If you do, this walking-only village (cars are banned) located high in the Swiss mountains offers all the thrills and spills any adrenaline junkie would love. Though the resort is famed as one of the world’s leading winter sports resorts (note the Inferno downhill ski [Read More]

Iceland Ring Road – Iceland’s road to natural…

They should call it something descriptive like the “Iceland’s road to natural phenomena” but according to the sat nav it’s referred to simply as One. Tourists though may know this humble yet well-maintained two-lane road as the Iceland Ring Road. Yet you would have to burn some serious rubber to get all the way around the 832 [Read More]

What is there to see and do in…

With its pink sands and golden sunsets, Bermuda is one of the world’s truly undiscovered treasures. What’s more, this island paradise, which is only 21 miles long and lies in the middle of the north Atlantic, will play host to the 35th America’s Cup next summer after seeing off stiff competition from New York and San [Read More]

Guadeloupe – Caribbean with the extra je ne…

Guadeloupe is an intoxicating mix of Caribbean cool and French chic. The French influence gives it a very different dynamic to that of West Indies islands such as Barbados, Antigua and Jamaica which are more familiar to British travellers. As an overseas department of France, French is spoken and its currency is the Euro. Visitors entering [Read More]