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.
Lately I’ve been trying to figure out how to print some of my Instagram photos for my family back home. It’s such a convenient little app, built into my phone and applying gossamer filters to mask the ineptitude of my 3GS camera. Oh, how I love Instagram. My adoration was amplified today after receiving an… Continue reading Lighthouses of Guernsey
From the title of this entry you might think I’m nervous about five days of solitude. You might feel concerned that I will get lonely (reference Candace’s dedicated post) or find myself attracting the unwanted attention of an angry Sand Plover (sea bird). Sprain my ankle while hiking along the seaside cliffs, or eat some… Continue reading On why I’m afraid of my trip to Guernsey
There have been many popular travel phrases floating around the artisphere lately. I’ve seen countless posters bearing the ever-popular ‘Not all who wander are lost’ and a new addition ‘Travel is the only thing you can spend money on and yet become richer.’ or something akin to that. I continue to process the first statement,… Continue reading The hardest part about planning a trip