Award for Dogs ‘n’ Dracula – A Road Trip Through Romania

Jacqueline Lambert’s book Dogs ‘n’ Dracula – A Road Trip Through Romania has received a Chill With A Book PREMIER Readers’ Award, which “is only honoured to books that receive exceptional high evaluations.” Described in one of many 5* Amazon reviews as ‘Armchair Travel Delight’, Dogs ‘n’ Dracula is Jacqueline’s third book in her AdventureContinue reading “Award for Dogs ‘n’ Dracula – A Road Trip Through Romania”

A Potter Around Potsdam, Germany

One city. Sixteen palaces. Each with its own unique landscaped park surrounding it. It’s no wonder they call Potsdam ‘Germany’s Versailles’. It is a veritable fairy-tale kingdom, which embodies the Age of Enlightenment’s ethos of ‘A picturesque, pastoral dream to remind residents of their relationship with nature and reason’.

Checkpoint Bravo, Berlin & A Boar

If you go down in the woods today, you’re in for a BIG surprise… Sitting in the sun, overlooking tranquil waters, I wondered why I felt so out of sorts. Our plans are constantly up in the air. Usually, that’s a fun part of our nomad lifestyle; when it’s pursuing a recommendation here or aContinue reading “Checkpoint Bravo, Berlin & A Boar”

The Devil Children of Sandomierz, Poland

From our campsite, Camping Browarny, set in the grounds of Karpiński Manor, it was a swift yet energetic walk into Sandomierz old town, up a steep flight of more than one-hundred stone stairs. The city is a medieval delight. Built on seven hills, it is sometimes known as ‘Poland’s little Rome’. To see the sightsContinue reading “The Devil Children of Sandomierz, Poland”