Amazing Vegan Restaurants in Europe

With the rising trend of people giving up eating all animal products, the number of vegan restaurants in Europe and around the world has grown. Plant-based menus have become more interesting, and colourful – no more plates of boring brown sludge. Vegan pizza, sushi, burgers, vegan junk food are all available now. But how do……..

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UNESCO Heritage Sites In The UK

The sixth in my series about UNESCO sites off the beaten track takes us home to the UK. My fellow bloggers have helped me produce the following list of unusual UNESCO Heritage sites in The UK. UNESCO Heritage sites in The UK Avebury Henge, Wiltshire by Faith from XYU and Beyond   Everyone knows the UNESCO……..

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Colourful Tenemnet houses in Zamosc Poland with blue, red and yellow painted facades

UNESCO Sites Off the Beaten Track – Europe

I recently visited the Isle of Man which I discovered is the only whole nation to be a member of the UNESCO world network of Biosphere Reserves. This got me thinking about other lesser known UNESCO sites that are off the beaten track. I reached out to some of my fellow bloggers and the result is this……..

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rice fields in Bali

2019 Travel Plans – where I am going & where I would like to go

2019 has only just started, and already my plans for the year are beginning to come together. I am going to try to be more spontaneous and not book too far in advance this year so that I can take advantage of any last minute opportunities that come along. Although I really enjoy housesitting, I……..

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Keslo Market

Kelso’s Small but Beautiful Farmer’s Market in the Borders

I love mooching around Farmer’s Markets wherever I come across one, but my all time favourite is the small but beautifully formed Kelso Farmer’s Market in the Borders. The Market is on the fourth Saturday of the month in Kelso Square from 9.30am until 1.30pm. Just before the ‘Beast from the East’ snowfall in February,……..

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