Category Monday Morning Blues
This weekend we ventured westwards from London to Dorset. Luckily Storm Arwen bypassed us most of the time, even though one tree did come down and block one of the central thoroughfares. This is a picture of the very nice pub that we had our lunch in on Saturday.
Flash back 19 years(!) and I was trekking to Machu Picchu. What a wonderful reward the tortuous climb up to Dead Woman’s Pass in the Andes provided.
Today’s picture comes from my first trip outside the U.K. since February 2020. Nancy is about 90-minutes by train from Paris and has some beautiful squares and stunning architecture.
I first arrived in Krakow in 1992 by train from Warsaw. Back then i5 was just the simple station that you see pictured, whereas nowadays it has a huge shopping mall attached. Another example of progress ruining the aesthetics.
I took this shot in January 2018. One of many iconic buildings in the city, it evokes the special buzz you only get when visiting the Big Apple.
Montmartre is my favourite place to stay in Paris and the Sacre Coeur is literally the heart of the area. I hope it won’t be much longer before we view this welcome sight again.
Mount Ararat is an almost mystical place that you hear about as a child for being the final resting place of Noah’s Ark once the flood waters had subsided. This rather grainy photo was taken from the train as we approached Armenian capital Yerevan shortly after sunrise following a long overnight journey from Batumi in […]
I took this shot from the balcony of our accommodation in 2006. We travelled to Ohrid by bus from Skopje and had a fabulous time by the beautiful lake.
I have magical memories of my 2018 trip to Uzbekistan. We zipped about on the train taking in Bukhara, Samarkand, Khiva & Tashkent. Here are a couple of the station buildings.