It was Łańcut where we finally solved The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Light Grime.Continue reading “Łańcut – Poland’s Hampton Court & The Revenge of the Ghost Mouse of Eguisheim”
I was delighted to find myself in the esteemed company of multi-award-winning and bestselling authors as a guest on the podcast, A Cup of Tea with Alan.
The podcast, hosted by author Alan Parks, features interviews with indie authors from around the globe.
If you want to hear first hand how Mark and I Seized the Day and gave up our careers to travel, why we refer to ourselves ‘Adventure Caravanniers’, and all about our plans for more extreme travels in ‘The Beast’…
Listen Now on the Links Below!Continue reading “Adventure Caravanning Podcast with Jackie Lambert!”
I stepped blinking into bright afternoon sunlight on Ealing Broadway. The buzz of a busy Saturday filled the space; the rumble of West London traffic; chattering shoppers; pigeons flapping and cooing as they disturbed litter and dust on warm, white paving slabs. The scene was entirely normal, yet I was completely unable to speak.Continue reading “Auschwitz-Birkenau – The Industrialisation of Genocide”
A few miles from Podzamcze, population 1,011, a magical castle appeared, afloat in the sky. As we drew closer, we saw how it seemed to meld organically with the landscape.
Some of its shapely white towers were man made, others were natural pillars of limestone, all integrated into the structure by pale curtain walls. The spectacular ruins had an other-worldly look. Mark and I agreed; on all our travels, it was one of the most impressive castles we’d ever seen.Continue reading “Ogrodzieniec Castle, Poland: On The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests”