Posts Tagged ‘Nature’
Bognor Regis. The name may conjur up images of faded seaside grandeur and have connotations of titter-worthyness, sticks of rock, Butlins holiday camps and end-of-the-pier shows, but let’s face it this place is up there in Britain’s collective consciousness, so if you’ve got a spare sunny day off here in Blighty the surprisingly photogenic seaside town is well worth a visit, as you can see from these images…
A photographic journey around Southwold, one of England’s favourite seaside towns.
For a romantic and cosy rural getaway in a chic all-English, half-timbered setting, The Lazy Cow in Salisbury will make you feel as pampered as that famous massage-treated kobe cattle.
Despite South Africa being full of world class wildlife and impressive Big 5 game, there’s one little animal that really wins your heart against the odds: the dassie. They look like a guinea pig, their name means little badger, and improbably, they are the closest living relative of the elephant, but these funny, furry little creatures pop up all over the place – and they certainly aren’t shy!
When deciding where to stay before flying out of San Jose airport following a trip through Nicaragua and Costa Rica, I considered taking in Costa Rica’s capital city, and like many travellers, I decided that with just an overnight visit I couldn’t do it justice.
Instead I plumped for a relaxing night in the small colonial town of San Ramon, Alajuela, for a more leisurely final night in Central America.
This made for the perfect last stop in Costa Rica; comfort and sustainability are the watchwords at Casa Amanecer and it more than delivers on both counts.