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)
Edit: this post was originally published in 2013 and has been reposted. Last time I was in Guernsey I stayed in La Barbarie Hotel in St Martin’s Parish. But this time around I wanted to stay in a different area of the island, and after a bit of research I determined that it was more… Continue reading Rambling St. Saviour’s Parish
Earlier this month it was Liberation Day and I had full intentions of avoiding the crowd of people gathered in town. Instead I chose to partake in Visit Guernsey’s Tasty Walk #10: Occupation Memories and Smugglers Tales, which is a self-guided walk through the Forest parish. Unfortunately it rained cats and dogs on Liberation Day… Continue reading A Review of Tasty Walk #10 Occupation Memories and Smugglers Tales
Edit: this post was originally published in 2013 and has been reposted. The trip has now come to an end and I have returned to London. On Wednesday when my plane took off, I longingly gazed out the window and surprised myself as I recognized each monument below – Fort Grey, Lihou Island, Vazon Bay,… Continue reading The one in which the Canadian feels at home on Guernsey
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.