Toronto based short fiction writer Lena Desmond who is hell-bent on dreaming up a story so big it will rattle the literary world, writes something very interesting on her equally awesome blog! 🙂 Lena, let me know when can I buy you a coffee! 😉 Date A Boy Who Travels Date a boy who travels. Date … Continue reading Date A Boy Who Travels – Reblogged from www.wherearemyheels.com
While I was in the charming city of York on a three day business visit, there was no way I would go back without a trip around the beautiful Yorkshire. I had two full evenings and I already had the places to visit on list, some of the most charming sights on the North Eastern … Continue reading Yorkshire Tales – Along the North Sea!
I was up early on the Sunday as I had a big day planned. Slipped in a quick breakfast at the cafe next to the hostel and checked out. By now, I was more or less familiar with the main streets of Belfast, yes, it is that small a city. As I walked through the … Continue reading Irish Cream – Cascading the Coast!
The city of Belfast is every bit charming as lazy. The rustic architecture from the Victorian era makes it seem like a time travel. My first stop for the day was the Queen’s University, one of the finest architectural sites of Belfast. The city was preparing itself for the annual festival as I walked past. … Continue reading Irish Cream – Belfast
With it's enchanting coast, intriguing history, mugs of dark beer and a thousand good luck wishes,
the Emerald Isle welcomes!
The last day in Cornwall began with a full English breakfast in Penzanance. Another drive along the narrow roads of this beautiful county, we were becoming part of the ‘good weather’ hunting crowd flowing to St. Ives. The town was madly crowded on the beautiful sunny day and it took us really a while of … Continue reading Devon – Legends of the Atlantic coast