Lynnrae Majani talks about her experiences travelling when the Coronavirus pandemic hit, and her top tips for travelling safe in the current climate.
Nora Baker reminisces on her staycation to Inis Bofin, an island off the coast of Ireland, and what life would be like in such a small, tucked away place.
“Winchester Cathedral’s grounds are also transformed, like the rest of the city, into a venue for different street performers and hat vendors every summer for the Hat Fair: a very odd weekend festival celebrating the city’s artistic quirkiness.”
Jane Bentham discusses the act of planning travel, particularly in the time of coronavirus, and both the masochistic and therapeutic elements of it.
Lily Down reviews Flights by Olga Tokarczuk. Fluidity, immateriality and constant travelling are the main characteristics of a novel we all need to read in Covid 19 times.
Travel vicariously through Sarina Chandaria’s photos and commentary on Cornwall as she relives the highlights of her trip.
Shanklin was a nice escape from the banality of home; offering strolls along the beaches where happy doggos bound amongst the waves, ice cream stalls with an array of flavours, and cosy beachfront pubs to sit in and enjoy a pint.
Edmund Kelly examines the aftermath of the government’s hastily imposed travel restrictions
Shannon Yang provides local insight into her hometown of Palo Alto outside of its stereotype as a town “rife with hipsters and CEOs”.
Alice Garnett reveals the natural and sublime beauty of her northern hometown Matlock, and reminisces on her connection to it.