The daily walk just now is punctuated by early sunlight shining through the leaves of the trees, of the sounds of birds, and by new sights each day.
Wellington is home to a burgeoning group of laneways, those small streets that give people an alternative route through a city, cutting through between busy streets and offering opportunities to create communities of small businesses, homes and places to gather.
This past weekend, we had a very mini break Rotorua. We flew up on Saturday at lunch time, so really … More
We were only over in Sydney for a few days, but here are a few more things we managed to … More
Today, Monday is a public holiday here in New Zealand, the Labour Day holiday. There is a long gap between … More
I was born in Edinburgh and although I haven’t actually lived there since 1998, still consider it my home town. … More
Stonehaven is a harbour town lying south of Aberdeen, perhaps most well known these days for its Hogmanay (New Year’s … More
The day we flew from Copenhagen to Aberdeen, the UK voted in a referendum to determine its place in the … More
Returning to a city where you used to live is a little strange. Not your home town, but somewhere you … More
Cities are made to be walked. Exploring on foot opens up possibilities, the unexpected, the chance to search for the … More