Category UK Towns & Cities
So my third successive stint at the Fringe has come to an end and as ever I thoroughly enjoyed my visit. This time it was for just two days, but I was very well entertained for the duration. First up on the culture trip was a chap called John Osbourne over at the Voodoo Rooms […]
This Monday morning I am not feeling blue at all because I am at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for a couple of days. Today’s photo commemorates Britain’s favourite children’s entertainer of the ’70s. Oliver Postgate wrote, produced and narrated all time classic children’s programmes such as Ivor the Engine, Noggin the Nog, Pogle’s Wood, Bagpuss […]
I had one of the most colourful emails that I have ever received just now from SquareMeal. I liked it so much that I have decided to share it here on Wilbur’s Travels…… From children’s stories to rock legends, here’s our pick of the best themed afternoon teas in London Written By Deborah Reda We love afternoon […]
Today is Easter Sunday in the Eastern Orthodox Church and here is a photo that I took on the Holy Friday in Crystal Palace, London. Father George of the St Constantine & St Helen Church leads the congregation through the streets around the church as Christ’s Epitaph bedecked in fresh flowers is carried by worshippers. […]
Yesterday I visited the pleasant Cheshire town of Nantwich with its crooked Tudor buildings.
Photos taken yesterday from inside the Tower of London.
This is a very painful post for me. Very recently we lost our best friend in the whole world – Olivia, our 11 year-old poodle. Some people may not fully understand this statement, but many more will. In either case, we had some fabulous travels with our Oli and have 11 years of truly fabulous […]
Travels in Europe, Asia & The Americas It is the time of the year to reflect back on the year’s adventures and look forward to what 2019 may bring. There is something different for me this year however. A recent nine-day hospitalisation has given me time to think about what the privilege of travel really […]