Great Food In A Beautiful English Countryside

  We stumbled into this place when we were avoiding bigger clusters of people due to the spreading of coronavirus.  It was early March, just before the official lockdown. This place is well-hidden in a small quaint English village of about 1,200 residents, close to…

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Stratford-Upon-Avon, England – Shakespeare’s Birthplace

    Stratford-Upon-Avon is the birth town of Shakespeare.  There is more to this town than just the hometown of the famous playwright, actor, and poet.  One of my work colleagues has strongly recommended to me this quaint market town full of characters.  During this…

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Historic Dockyard of Portsmouth, England – A Naval History Site

Portsmouth is a port city in England known for its maritime history.  The city is on Portsea Island, which is part of the county of Hampshire.   Being surrounded by water, it has limited access from other major cities in England. One of its known attractions is…

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Salcombe, England – A Beautiful Place by the English Riviera

Salcombe, Southwest of England.  This hidden gem is one of Devon’s prettiest waterfront towns, situated on the Kingsbridge Estuary that runs from Kingsbridge towards the English channel. Last Saturday, it was nice and sunny and it would have been a shame if I’ve stayed at…

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Castle Combe Village in England – The Tiniest & Prettiest

Castle Combe is a pretty and tiny village tucked away in the English countryside, in Wiltshire.  This place have been a location set of at least three epic films including Steven Spielberg’s War Horse, Stardust and The Wolfman.  I’ve been here few times before for…

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