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 after a trip through Nicaragua and Costa Rica, I considered taking in Costa Rica’s Capital city, and like many travellers, I decided against it. Instead I plumped for the small colonial town of San Ramon, Alajuela, for a more leisurely final night in Central America.
This is the perfect last stop in Costa Rica. Comfort and Sustainability are the watchwords at Casa Amanecer and it more than delivers on both counts.