Category Archives: Travel journalism

Surviving the Henley Regatta

A bit like Royal Ascot and the polo, many of the people who attend the Royal Henley Regatta don’t go to watch the activities. But we thought we’d like to see some boat races as we bought our tickets a couple of months in advance for about £20 and dressed up in our finest when […]

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Delightful Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik captivates you as soon as you walk over the drawbridge and through an archway within the fortress of the city walls. It feels as though you are stepping back in time to the Middle Ages, with its cobbled streets, absence of cars and houses built out of crumbling brick. However, it’s much cleaner than […]

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Stepping back in time on a visit to Cambridge

The first college at the University of Cambridge, Peterhouse, was founded in 1284 after two students ran away from Oxford University because they were wanted for murder. Now known as one of the most famous universities in the world, tourists flock there throughout the year to experience a town steeped in history and charm. Cambridge […]

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