Tag Archives: WWII

Scandinavian Tour Part 5 – Narvik in Norway

The North Atlantic port of Narvik is right at the end of the Iron Ore/Ofoten line from Lulea on Sweden’s Baltic Coast. You can read parts 3 & 4 of my tour to read about our journey there. My fourth visit to the strategically important town was my first from east to west, with my […]

The Volatile History Of The Balkan Peninsular

The Balkans region is a wonderful place to visit, being so full of history and contrasts. You can read about my travels there in my book available on Amazon. A brief history of the region appears in the book and is also shown below, giving you a flavour as to why this is such a […]

Wordless Wednesday – Armistice Day Poppies, Tower of London

Book Review – The Tattooist of Auschwitz

I recently set up my publishing website over at http://www.hornbillpublishing.co.uk showcasing my current and future books. Take a look and give the site a follow if you can. Covid driven staycations have also had me reading more than usual as an imaginary escape, so I have decided to leave reviews of the books I read. […]