13 Amazing British Films Set in England - You Have to See These
These 13 British films set in England are must-sees. From contemporary classics to modern masterpieces, these movies are epic.
AERIAL VIEW | Mousehole, Cornwall: 'Mousehole (pronounced "mowzel") is named after a small cave of that name. It is famous for its narrow granite streets and tiny harbour, the landing place for the Knights of St John on their return from the Holy Land. Poet Dylan Thomas called it the prettiest village in England, and there is speculation that it was the inspiration for Llaregub, the village at the centre of his "Under Milk Wood".' ✫ღ⊰n
Long Distance Walks - There's One Out There For You - Me On A Trip
For most long distance walks, you can camp, stay in B&Bs, or arrange hotels along the route. There a number of tour companies to plan it all for you.
'Morse Code', a fantastic two colour screen print from Double Merrick, a British illustrator and designer who accidentally ended up in rural France. This handy print is a handsome reference for the international morse code, with each character, numeral, and some punctuation, being shown with the relevant dots and dashes. Printed using black and red ink onto 270gsm cream paper.
Hiking England’s tallest waterfall!
Cautley Spout is a spectacular waterfall that few people have heard of let alone visited. Cautley Spout is said to be England’s tallest waterfall and can be found in a sleepy part of the Yorkshire Dales in the county of Cumbria. Most people ignore this part of the Dales in favour for the famous three peaks that lie further south in the national park or they head to the dramatic peaks of the lake district which lie just to the west of Cautley Spout. The Howgills, in which Cautley waterfall…
Luxury - Portal Web de Lujo un punto de encuentro del mundo del Luxury
Luxury - Portal Web internacional del Lujo, un pundo de encuentro, en moda, arte, arquitectura, motor, viajar, eventos, coleccionismo, medicina
yellow grass curls and straggles its way to the sky as do I. in a way, I long to follow the hawk lifting on borrowed air but I do not know where he is going and I care; I have to walk very straight and narrow because no one is flying there.
Ireland's Thirty-Two Counties | Irish American Mom
When two Irishmen meet their first question is - What county are you from?" Irishmen find identity in their county of origin, believing their county the best.