Marrakesh diaries – useful travel tips

I have so many amazing adventures to report on but this time here are some photos from our very recent trip to Marrakesh. Remember how every January we tend to travel with my mum for a few days? Well this time it was Morocco’s turn.

Of course I loved it! However it was so overwhelming that every night I wanted to be back at our lovely riad to chill and read a book. 

Road Trip in Devon & Cornwall. Part 3 – our last morning in Cornwall, Tate Museum and fairy tale like St Michael’s Mount

Day 3 – Tate Ives & St Michael’s Mount We had to drive back to London on this day but to extend our trip for a little bit more we decided do a few things in the morning before the big drive back home. Tate St Ives In the morning, we visited Tate ST IvesContinue reading “Road Trip in Devon & Cornwall. Part 3 – our last morning in Cornwall, Tate Museum and fairy tale like St Michael’s Mount”

ROAD TRIP IN DEVON & CORNWALL. PART 2 – the most southerly & westerly points, great coffee and engine houses

Day 2 – Porthleven, Lizard Point, Kynance Cove, The Minack Theatre, The Land’s End & Crowns Engine Houses. Our first night in Cornwall we spent in St Ives, as usual we stayed in Airbnb. I always find them to be much better value than hotels especially in the UK. Anyway, the first day was pretty longContinue reading “ROAD TRIP IN DEVON & CORNWALL. PART 2 – the most southerly & westerly points, great coffee and engine houses”

Road trip in Devon & Cornwall. Part 1 – Exeter, Okehampton Castle & The Lost Gardens of Heligan

If you have seen my previous post, you will know that in April we have finally travelled to Devon and Cornwall. It has been on my bucket list for long now. We drove to Exeter on Thursday night and stayed in a lovely hotel just on the outskirts of Exeter – The St George andContinue reading “Road trip in Devon & Cornwall. Part 1 – Exeter, Okehampton Castle & The Lost Gardens of Heligan”

Beautiful Cornwall in spring – our three day trip

It does feel like a long time ago, almost previous life that we went to Cornwall. But it was in April which is only 4 months ago. We booked the trip to celebrate Calum’s birthday, I think I’ve given him my thing of not being able to celebrate my birthdays at home. I never hadContinue reading “Beautiful Cornwall in spring – our three day trip”

Audley End House and Gardens – English Heritage Site

I remember being a teenager and my dad (whom I get my love for history from) dragging us around all sorts of castles and ruins around Latvia. Pretty sure there are still photos of me looking incredibly grumpy. So it is pretty ironic that in April we have signed up for membership with English HeritageContinue reading “Audley End House and Gardens – English Heritage Site”