Housesitting in the UK, Life of adventure, Neighbourhood Walks

Down by the Thames River x 2

The best way to explore and to truly understand the world is on foot. I think it enhances your senses like no other method of travel, plus it’s easy [most of the time] and cheap with the comparison to different modes of travelling. We were on a roll with our walking and were in no… Continue reading Down by the Thames River x 2

Life of adventure, Neighbourhood Walks

Neighbourhood Walks: Windlesham Arboretum

What a surprise we had when extending our morning walk a few weeks back in Windlesham.  Which required us to head over the motorway via a bridge, instead of doing the "circuit".  It still needed us to go through the public pathways and through a paddock.  At first, it looked like any other public footpath… Continue reading Neighbourhood Walks: Windlesham Arboretum

Housesitting, Housesitting in the UK, Life of adventure

Walking in Wiltshire

The freedom of walking and its regenerative power that makes it a pleasure.   With Spring now upon us, and for some reason, the beginning of this season seems to generate in us a big surge of energy and a "Let's grab this opportunity and go with it", sort of thought.  For us this spring, it… Continue reading Walking in Wiltshire

Housesitting, Housesitting in the UK, Life of adventure

A Return to the COTSWOLDS

It always feels like we have returned to our home away from home when we place our feet firmly back onto "Dear Old Blighty" ground. Even more so when we arrived at a repeat housesit in the Cotswolds. Do you remember the lovable character Barty and his sidekick feline family? No? Then here you go,… Continue reading A Return to the COTSWOLDS