I Married A Travel Agent.

The Adventures of a (once) Reluctant Traveller



Situated approximately 5 miles south of St. Austell (one of Cornwall’s largest towns) lies Mevagissey, an old fishing village, which has a long history of Pilchard fishing. Nestled around the attractive harbour, are some interesting narrow streets to explore. Grey and white cottages line the steep hills which rise out of the harbour and Seagulls screech above colourful fishing boats. If you’re a shopper, or fancy a bite to eat […]

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The Big Beautiful Beach House, Porthpean

Last year marked a special milestone within our family, where both mum and dad turned 70! To celebrate, our parents wanted nothing more than a big old family holiday, with their three kids, spouses and grandchildren. The trouble is where on earth do you go that can accommodate 17 people? The idea of going abroad was batted about… and then quickly quoshed… Too complicated…all those flights! And not to mention, […]

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Lunch in London!

My Travel Agent husband works a short walk away from London Bridge Railway Station. Today I thought it would be nice to pack a picnic, jump on a train and gate-crash his lunch break. Our eldest daughter, Lydia, having broken up for the summer, was able to come along too. When you live close to a major city, it can be easy to take it for granted. But London is […]

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Sissinghurst – Visit to An English Country Garden

I’ve been really excited about writing this post. Up until now, my posts have featured far-flung and exciting holiday destinations. I suppose, to some of you, England might sound like a far-flung and exciting holiday destination. To me, it’s the beautiful country I call home. So come with me on a journey, through green fields and rolling meadows, to an English Country Garden… Nestled in the heart of the beautiful […]

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