Manston Spitfire Experience

Manston Spitfire Experience

The Spitfire & Hurricane Memorial Museum in Manston, England, houses two historic aircraft among their collection – a Supermarine Spitfire Mk XVI and a Hawker Hurricane IIC. The TB 752 is one of the few…

Scotland’s North Coast 500

Scotland’s North Coast 500

I had never heard of Scotland’s NC500 when travelling with a camera.  Turns out, it was launched 3 years ago and a fellow ‘campervanner’ mentioned it to me 6 weeks ago. A quick read up…

Bealach na Bà Pass

Bealach na Bà Pass

The Bealach na Bà also know as ‘pass of the cattle’ is a curvy mountainous, 11.4 mile road located on the Applecross peninsula, Wester Ross, Scotland. It was built in 1822.   This twisting, single-track…

Deal, Kent

Deal, Kent

Deal is a very well preserved Georgian seaside town 8 miles from Dover. You can witness the stunning white chalk cliffs to the north and south from the long stretch of pebble beach seafront –…

Crossing the Laos / Thai border

Crossing the Laos / Thai border

Crossing the Laos / Thai border at Huay Xai and Chiang Khong was interesting. You go in slightly blind – pay someone 85,000 Kip, just over £7 and you are not really sure what will…

Broadstairs, Jewel in Thanet’s Crown

Broadstairs, Jewel in Thanet’s Crown

Broadstairs AKA ‘Jewel in Thanet’s Crown’ has the Latin motto ‘Stella Maris’ meaning ‘star of the sea’. The name derives from a former flight of chalk cliff steps that led from the beach to the…

Whitstable, Kent

Whitstable, Kent

Whitstable is famous for its native oysters. These were collected from Roman times until the mid 20th century. Whitstable Harbour remains fully working with several eateries selling fresh seafood including the Whitstable Oyster. Here you…

Canterbury City

Canterbury City

Canterbury sits in the southeast of England. It is one of the most visited cities in the UK & boasts three UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Canterbury Cathedral, St Augustine’s Abbey, and St Martin’s Church….

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