Garlic and sunflowers

Winding our way around the back lanes of the Isle of Wight we always find something new to discover and this time it is the Garlic Farm! Whether you want to eat it in their cafe, buy it in their shop or check out how it grows in their farm – it’s a garlic loversContinue reading “Garlic and sunflowers”

Cream teas and fairy trees

We’re leaving the bracing bluster of St Helen’s beach and onwards – but not before I investigate a highly decorative fairy tree! Its long dead branches form a stark artwork against a cloudy sky scape. But its naked branches have been adorned with a whole host of whimsical fairy decorations. Moving on from the fairyContinue reading “Cream teas and fairy trees”

Mouthfuls and endless sands

It’s not often that a place name is in itself a tourist attraction, but this one is an exception to the rule! The tongue twisting town of Llanfair¬≠pwllgwyngyll¬≠gogery¬≠chwyrn¬≠drobwll¬≠llan¬≠tysilio¬≠gogo¬≠goch is a regular photo stop for people in Anglesey! The long form of the name, with 58 characters split into 18 syllables, is the longest place nameContinue reading “Mouthfuls and endless sands”