Midhurst – Tudor Buildings, Cowdray Park and Water Meadows

Hi, Midhurst in West Sussex, is at the junction of the A286 and A272 and has about 100 listed buildings within the town. Very surprising considering it’s compact size and small population. Not many tourists come here, probably due to a lack of a railway link. Traffic can be a problem, due to the narrow streets…

Montenegro’s Kotor Bay – A Coach trip From Dubrovnik

Hi, As promised, this post follows on from the ‘Mark’s Midweek Magnet’ post on Dubrovnik. Sorry about this post being a day late from it’s usual Saturday posting day, we have been busy the last few days. We booked a tour to Montenegro locally in Lapad, as we refused to go to the welcome meeting from our…

The Disabled Traveller. Part 2 – Travel Insurance

Hi and welcome to the next instalment of the disabled traveller series of posts. This issue will look at the maze that is Travel Insurance for the Disabled Traveller. One of the first questions everyone asks themselves is “Do I actually NEED travel Insurance (whether disabled or not)?”. And the answer is categorically YES. Maybe…

Mark’s Midweek Magnet – Osborne House, IOW

Hi, This week’s offering is a flat pictorial image of Queen Victoria’s favourite royal residence, now managed by English Heritage. This property can a part of a long day trip by either car or train + bus. Osborne House is one of the most popular attractions on the Isle of Wight. Get there early just…