TRAVEL, FOOD, ADVENTURE
Travel, food and adventure for the over 40s
Reviewed – A stay in the Wood Norton, a luxury Cotswold hotel with a combination of country house living combined with modern luxury and contemporary style. The perfect base for exploring the Cotswolds.
If you’re planning a staycation this year you’d be hard pressed to beat North Devon for a family holiday. I should know, I’ve had four Devon holidays over the years with various combinations of family and they’ve all been wonderful. Our last one was just as good and...
Last month I went to North Devon for a family holiday. Our base for the week was Horizons, a Marsdens Cottages property, in Ilfracombe, North Devon. Read my review of this modern, seaside themed apartment overlooking the town’s pretty harbour.
Rye, in East Sussex, is one of those pretty little market towns that time seems to have passed by. It’s one of the best-preserved medieval towns in England with a muddle of steep cobbled lanes lined with higgledy-piggledy historic houses, and ancient inns. This enchanting Cinque Port town is the perfect place for a chilled weekend break.
Rodrigues Island, aka Ile Rodrigues, is recommended as one of the top places to visit in Mauritius for a day or two. But there are so many things to do you’d easily fill a week and then need time to chill and recover from all the adventure, foodie encounters and activities.
Rodrigues, the Indian Ocean island that nobody knows about. Surrounded by a crystal clear lagoon, with white sand beaches, rolling hills, ravines and wildlife. I met the friendliest of people and ate the freshest of home-grown food. Find what else I discovered on this gem of an island.
From epic surfing, rock formations and wild waves crashing onto dramatic beaches to cliffs, blow holes and views that go on forever. Atlantic facing East coast Barbados is rugged, wild and well worth a visit. We took a Bajan road trip to discover a different side of Barbados.
A stay at Cobblers Cove, Barbados boutique hotel – the epitome of Caribbean cool meets British elegance. Read my review of this gorgeous Caribbean hotel…
A craft holiday in Spain is the perfect break for someone who likes a creative holiday. Read on for my review of a few days in Andalucia on a Creative Escapes craft holiday.
Food in New Orleans includes Cajun, Creole, Caribbean, African and European heritage. Be prepared to come out of there a few pounds heavier than when you went in. Here’s what to eat and drink in the Big Easy.
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