I know I am quite lucky to have a signifcant other who likes foraging as much as I do. Yesterday morning we woke up and our first big connundrum was to decide what to do with the day. Queue mutual foraging passion – my suggestion to go lobstering at the Lihou Causeway was met with… Continue reading Let there be Lobsters (or Crabs)
There are times – we all face them now and again – when the days feel like they will never end. Life can easily get on top of us and everything seems like too much. These are the times when I find it essential to notice the small things. Taking stock of the beauty around… Continue reading Remember, there will always be starfish.
If you look at Guernsey coins you may notice reference to The Bailiwick of Guernsey. A Bailiwick is a French term and for the purpose of this blog I will compare it to an archipelago or series of islands. The Guernsey Bailiwick is made up of the largest – Guernsey then Alderney, Sark, then the… Continue reading Herm trip
Now that I’ve plopped myself down in Guernsey, I’ve decided to start a new series reviewing the various kiosks (and beach cafes) around the island. As the Quirky Kiosks board on Pinterest notes, “dotted along Guernsey’s coast and found at most beaches, we love our kiosks which are known for serving icecream, crab sandwiches, cakes,… Continue reading #LoveGuernsey Kiosk Review: Vista’s at Vazon
As I mentioned in my last post, I was at the seashore. What I find interesting is how each coast of Guernsey has something different to showcase in beach offerings. The south coast bays are filled with large pebbles, whereas on the west coast I found shells. You probably can’t see in this image, but… Continue reading She finds sea shells at the sea shore