Family Business October 4th 2010 It is useful to have a theme to guide your travels. The 'must see' list can be useful. Buildings, museums, food, villages or mountains are all good. Alcohol can be a very acceptable theme. For this leg, though, we are using family history. Three out of the four 'lines' of our respective families originated in the British Isles. Fortunately, a few of them came from places that we would have liked t ... read more
Europe » United Kingdom » England » Northamptonshire » Lowick Great Britain, the dominant industrial and maritime power of the 19th century, played a leading role in developing parliamentary democracy and in advancing literature and science. At its zenith, the British Empire stretched over one-fourth of the ear... ... read more
We try to post about once a week talking about where we have been, impressions we have gained and some photos. Our aim is to keep a record of our travels that will sustain us as the memories fade. We also want to keep those at home, and anyone else around, as informed as they wish to be.
We have been on the move now since late 2008 and plan to continue for a while yet. A pair of old-ish Australians who plan to see the places we have missed in the past before the backs, hips and knees make it all too hard. We intend to be on the road, sea or in the air for as long as it takes. We have to ... full info