Bletchley Park – The Code Breakers Part II

0 And so from this morning, I’ve done Bletchley part one, there is so much more to learn, of work that here was done, And now in Part II I […]

Maarssen-Dorp – A Walk On King’s Day

0 It is thoroughly by accident that I arrive at my lodgings in the village of Maarssen on the eve of King’s Day. With nearly everything shut for the holiday, […]

Den Bosch – A Carnival of Bosch

0 My morning from Utrecht had started very normally. And then I arrive in den Bosch. One bosschebollen later, I’m wandering around this delightful city.  And as I do, I’m […]

An Introduction To Den Bosch

0 Naked bodies frolic around the garden. Oversized fish lay scattered about on the ground. A naked woman carries a gigantic mussel shell on her back. Inside it is an […]

Walthamstow – Morris And The Wild, Wild, Wetlands

0 “How can I ask working-men passing up and down hideous streets day by day to care about beauty? ” asks Morris. Morris, whose father is one of the many […]

Walthamstow Village – Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble

0 Its 1720. Mr Jacobson has just settled down in his elegant home in Walthamstow to read the latest headlines about the spectacular burst of the South Sea bubble. A […]

Arundel Castle – A Reduced History From The Normans To The Norfolks

0 I’ve done a six-mile walk, from Arundel to Stoke, and now I must return, to the company of folk, I walk along a tunnel, of ferns and tall lithe […]

Arundel – A Circular Walk To South Stoke

0 As my train approaches, the town of Arundel, the outline of its castle, casts me under a spell, My train is now a carriage, accompanied by knights, wooded dales […]