The Englishwoman who walked up a hill and fell down a mountain

In the depths of winter, gloomy in more ways than one, my imagination and I sat down together and tried to decide what we could do to make life feel lighter and brighter.  We ran through the unrealistic options first (win the lottery, marry a prince, stop eating cake and drinking wine) before landing onContinue reading “The Englishwoman who walked up a hill and fell down a mountain”

Three ways that Solo Travel shaped my Summer

I met up with a travel buddy recently and we were talking about our adventures during the Summer. He said how depressing he found it returning from being away and asked me if I felt the same.  I replied, actually no, and he gave me a quizzical look.

My top 10 travel photos of 2021

You will have seen from my last post that I was in a quandary about whether or not to renew my rambling for another 12 months, given that solo travel was non-existent in 2020 and pitiful at best this year. In the end, I decided that I would keep solong.blog, although I’m not really sureContinue reading “My top 10 travel photos of 2021”