Thames Path, England – The river source to Oxford.

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Rate our ReviewsThames Path, England…The most iconic and well-known river in the UK has to be the River Thames, the mighty river that bisects London on its way to the sea at the Thames Estuary. It has housed Kings and Queens on its banks and hosted the birth of democracy. Prime Ministers we’re educated on […]

Crystal Palace Dinosaurs, London – Mankind and the dinosaurs

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Rate our ReviewsCrystal Palace Dinosaurs, London…Not many of us aren’t at least a teensy little bit interested in Dinosaurs. I for one have a childhood fascination with them that has continued – a bit less obsessive, perhaps, but still there – into adulthood.

Leicester England – the King Richard III Visitor Centre….rehabilitating Richard

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Rate our ReviewsLeicester England…Some argue that the history of a country is inextricably linked to the history of its rulers. For me, it’s hard to argue that the Kings and Queens of England are not at the cornerstone of its culture and history – witness how many people visit Buckingham Palace year in, year out. […]

Portmeirion, Wales – Seaside surrealism

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Rate our ReviewsPortmeirion is part rural seaside resort, part working village (yes, people actually live here…and visitors stay here too!), but most of all it’s a whimsical, neo-classical folly, the surreal, decades-long pet project of the architect Clough Williams-Ellis.

Edinburgh, Scotland: Arthur’s Seat , the pinnacle of Edinburgh

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Rate our ReviewsEdinburgh, Scotland: Arthur’s Seat ….Like most others I have hit the pause button on new journeys during COVID-19 lockdown, but that does not mean I do not travel. Traveling vicariously through articles by fellow Suja writers and wandering amid wonderful travel books has proven a tonic to plug the gap.  Another satisfying solution has […]