Please note: All photos in this post (as on our website in general) are my own, and they may not be used by anyone else without my expressed consent, in writing. Please contact me if you would like to use any of my photographs, thank you. Last week we went to see the lights at … More Christmas Magic At Hever Castle 2021
In the mid 20th century, the Royal Observatory at Greenwhich was moved to Herstmonceux, East Sussex, to escape the problems of being in London (lights, smog, electric fields etc). However, after just a few decades at Herstmonceux, it was decided that this location wasn’t ideal either. The giant Isaac Newton Telescope that had been installed … More Days Out In The South East: Herstmonceux Observatory Science Centre
We’re so grateful for being able to get out and about more again, after the latest covid lockdown which at times felt almost endless. Fingers crossed for no more setbacks. Last week we had an errand to Dover, and decided to combine that with a visit to Dover Castle. Dover Castle is an English Heritage … More Visiting Dover Castle, April 2021
On Tuesday evening we went for a short drive, with the intention of taking a walk in a nature area we’d visited earlier this year. When we got there however, we found it to be VERY muddy, so we decided to try somewhere else instead. We ended up in the village of Northiam (which we’ve … More A November Walk In Northiam, East Sussex, Featuring Bats!
At the very beginning of October, we spent a beautiful afternoon at Sissinghurst Castle Garden and the surrounding estate. We’ve been there several times before, and I’ve written about it previously in a few posts, mainly here and here (links open in new tab/window). For this post, I’ll let the photos do most of the … More An October Visit To Sissinghurst Castle Garden
On the first day of October, as we were heading out for a visit to Sissinghurst, I was telling Penguin about it being a new month, and about things taking place during October. Halloween and pumpkins were mentioned, as well as it being my birthday month. It’s not always clear if Penguin is really paying … More Pigs, Pumpkins, Pub – An Autumnal Afternoon Out
Here’s the third and final part of my posts on our 30 Days Wild! I’d meant to get this post done a long time ago, but I’m clearly staying true to my life motto of “better late than never”… In case you haven’t read our first two posts about #30DaysWild, please take a look at … More Exploring Nature With #30DaysWild, Part Three: Day 21-30
Time to sum up part two of our 30 Days Wild! If you missed part one, you can find it here: Exploring Nature With #30DaysWild, Part One: Day 1-10. To find out what we did during day 11-20, keep reading below! DAY 11: BEAUTIFUL BINDWEED & A MERMAIDS PURSE On this day, went down … More Exploring Nature With #30DaysWild, Part Two: Day 11-20
Today is 1 July, and throughout the whole of June we’ve been taking part in the ’30 Days Wild’ initiative, hosted by The Wildlife Trusts. What that means is basically that we’ve done at least one thing per day to connect in some way with the nature and wildlife around us. They’ve all been pretty … More Exploring Nature With #30DaysWild, Part One: Day 1-10
Today we’ve done something quite special: We’ve travelled to the Moon! Well, okay maybe not the actual Moon in outer space, but about as close as you can get. We went to see the Museum of the Moon, which is currently exhibiting at Rochester Cathedral, until Wednesday 4 March. The Museum of the Moon is … More Museum Of The Moon At Rochester Cathedral!